Members raise over £2m for project

icon bent24 October ~ FC United of Manchester have announced that building work on their new stadium and community sport facility will begin next month. Members of FC United have raised over £2 million for the £5.5m project, which has been boosted by support from Sport England, the Football Federation, Manchester City Council and Manchester College. It will bring together a number of local organisations, including Moston Junior Football Club. It is the culmination of seven years' work for the club, as Supporters Direct explain.

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