FC United of Manchester is a community football club owned and democratically run by its
members. Its corporate structure is a Community Benefit Society and membership is open to all, with everyone an equal co-owner, holding one voting share in the club.
Jason Gilchrist’s stoppage time effort was ruled out for a close offside call as FC United were denied all three points after an exciting 2-2 draw with Harrogate Town at Broadhurst Park on Saturday afternoon. Click here for more info.
Welcome to the Broadhurst Park Travel Hub, helping FC United and visiting fans plan and make their way to Broadhurst Park efficiently, responsibly and economically. FC United encourages all football fans to make the most of public transport whether it's for all or part of your journey. You can access the public transport Journey Planner here. The icons above give specific details for match day travel. Affordable matchday special buses will run from the city centre (Stevenson's Square) for every home game. This service is kindly provided by First Buses, details here.
We want people to use public or coach transport whenever possible and minimise traffic in and around Broadhurst Park. Our aim is to:
Minimise traffic near ground
Be a model neighbour not a bad one
Reduce car travel
Increase public transport
Reduce carbon emissions
Don’t think that this is someone else’s responsibility. It is your responsibility, so please travel wisely.
Public Transport Map
To the best of our knowledge on 30/07/15 the above infomation was correct, please check the Journey Planner to be doubly sure, FC United will try to keep this information accurate but we cannot be held accountable for any inaccurate info that may cause you to miss the first goal!
Football Club United of Manchester,
Broadhurst Park, 310 Lightbowne Road, Moston, Manchester,