The English Premier League is home to the football team Manchester United F.C. Greater Manchester’s Old Trafford, where they play, is where they play. This team is known as “the Red Devils” to the general public. In 1878, the organization was initially established as Newton Heath L&YR F.C. Manchester United F.C. was founded in 1902. Over the years, this has caused the club to develop several fierce rivalries with some of the top EPL teams. Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City are Manchester United’s main competitors.
For geographical and historical reasons, Liverpool FC is the top Premier League team, Manchester United’s oldest and largest opponent. Only 35 miles separate the two cities, the largest in North West England and the primary industrial hubs of the nation. The two teams were also the most prosperous in the years before the founding of the English Premier League. Both clubs have been competing against one another for many years, both locally and abroad. However, both clubs’ fan bases have engaged in verbal sparring for years, which has led to some unpleasant moments in this rivalry. Despite the fierce rivalry between the two teams, Liverpool has prevailed more frequently than Manchester United.
Since the two teams dominated the English landscape in the early 2000s, there has been a rivalry between Manchester United and Arsenal. The two teams shared the English Premier League championship between 1996 and 2004. Arsenal won it three times, whereas United won it six times, notably the lone unbeaten season. While Manchester United won the title in his first season at the club, RVP’s move from Arsenal created a significant offensive void. Six individuals have only ever played for both teams. The one who made the most difference in reviving the rivalry between the two sides, who were vying for the Premier League championship at the time of his move, was Robin Van Persie.