Love this place, fantastic family orientated great atmosphere, great football my grandsons have just started coming with me and love it. Aged 9 . I'm lucky to be living on St Mary's Rd so a stones throw away for me. I like how fc united support the local community and the charity work that they do, I especially like the chanters the songs put a smile on my face and bring the crowd together its luke one great big family.
04/03 FC United of Manchester v Liversedge
Tier 7 Northern Premier League Premier Division
Played 4-4-1 1
Liversedge start the game the brighter with an early tap-in from a left-wing cross. Another decent cross from the left for Liversedge headed in from 8 yards out. Think there's a pattern here, another Liversedge attack down FCUMs right-hand side, another headed goal for Liversedge.
FCUM start to create some chances of their own after going 3-0 down to eventually nick 1 back just before halftime.
A reshuffle and a couple of subs for FCUM at halftime. FCUM start the 2nd half the better with a couple of efforts. FCUM get another goal back, the ball crossed left-footed from the inside right, possibly straight in or via a glancing header. FCUM with the introduction of a sub No17, getting stronger and stronger pushing for a leveller only to have a shot blocked on the line by their own player and Liversedge keeper to pull off a couple of brilliant saves.
Home support 🥳🥳🥳🥳
Decent support, found their voice in the 2nd half. Good family atmosphere.
The game was lost in the 1st half, surprised to see the FCUM right-back come back out for the 2nd half. FCUM passed the ball around well, just lacked a bit of creativity in the starting XI.
Fully covered stands one of which is an all-seater. Decent PA system.
Pie, peas and gravy washed down with a pint of Thatchers. Good selection of real Ales if that's your thing.
Broadhurst Park is a football ground in Moston, Manchester, England. It is the home of F.C. United of Manchester and Moston Juniors F.C. The ground was known by its project name, Moston Community Stadium, before being changed at a members' meeting in 2014.
F.C. United formed in 2005, and aimed to construct a ground in Manchester by 2012. After plans for an initial site collapsed, the development of a new ground in Moston was announced. A protracted planning process followed, and construction began in November 2013. Broadhurst Park was completed with a capacity of 4,400 in May 2015. The opening match was a friendly between F.C. United and Benfica on 29 May 2015. F.C. United played host to Stockport County in their first ever competitive league match at Broadhurst Park on 11 August 2015.
Background F.C. United F.C. United were formed in 2005 by a group of Manchester United supporters following the club's controversial takeover by Malcolm Glazer which led to hundreds of supporters defecting from the club. Without a stadium of their own they agreed to use Bury's Gigg Lane stadium, but the agreement continued at the cost of approximately £5,000 per match. Within a year, the fan-owned club set aspirations to build its own 7,000 to 10,000 capacity stadium as close to Manchester city centre as possible by 2012 and consequently entered into negotiations with New East Manchester and Manchester City Council to develop their plans. Despite attendances averaging over 2,000 in their first few seasons, the fact that the club did not have access to a stadium of its own on its match days was a contributory factor in the club's financial loss for three years (£42,267 in 2007, £40,669 in 2008 and £9,663 in 2009). F.C. United initially proposed a stadium at Ten Acres Lane in Newton Heath, on the site of an existing leisure centre and Astroturf outdoor football pitch. The plans indicated that these community facilities would have been maintained within the new scheme. Newton Heath is 2.8 miles (4.5 km) east north east of Manchester city centre and has close links to Manchester United, who were formed in the urban area and were originally known as Newton Heath LYR Football Club between 1878 and 1902. However, on 4 March 2011 it was announced that Manchester City Council had backed out of plans to fund the new stadium with grants, despite the fact that the previously agreed £1.5 million was close to being raised by fans, and F.C. United moved to search for other sites. Despite this the Council stated that they were still committed to helping F.C. United build a ground in Manchester and on 5 April 2011 it was announced that, after considering three possible alternative sites, Ronald Johnson Playing Fields in Moston was the preferred location for the stadium to be built according to Manchester City Council.