It would not be an exaggeration to consider Manchester United the most successful team in the history of the English Premier League, with its modern name “Premier League”.
The English team has owned 13 championships in the Premier League since 1992, and did not fail to get a position less than third under the leadership of Sir Alex Ferguson, and with his departure in 2013 was the conclusion of the Red Devils crowns in the Premier League.
Despite the difficulties that Manchester United have experienced in recent years, everyone is optimistic about the arrival of Dutchman Eric Ten Hag at the beginning of the current season to restore the team to what it was
Despite that, Manchester United lost the first two matches against Brighton at Old Trafford and then by four against Brentford, in which they conceded 6 goals and scored one goal, which was from a reverse error.
With the team reaching last place in the worst start since 1993, Goal takes you to the last time Manchester United fell to the First Division in its history
When was the last time Manchester United were relegated?
The last time Manchester United were relegated to the lower league was in the 1973-74 season and finished in 21st place, at which time the team scored only 32 points.
The Red Devils lost 20 games this season, including the opening match against Arsenal, which ended with a 3-0 victory, and they were also defeated in the last match against Stoke City with a clean goal.
As for the history of the Premier League, it was the worst position occupied by Manchester United in the 2013-2014 season by being in seventh place with coach David Moyes.
Because of the low position, Manchester United failed to participate in any European Championship for the first time since 1989-1990
The lowest number of points that Manchester United collected in the Premier League was last season 2021-22, with only 58 points in 38 games.
This failure led to the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the middle of the season and the appointment of Ralf Rangnick, but he fell short.
In the history of Manchester United, since its inception in 1878, it has only been relegated five times, including when the team was named Newton Heath
How many times has Manchester United fallen in its history?
Before the formation of the Premier League, Manchester United spent most of its seasons in the Premier League. After spending one season in the Second Division for the last time, he returned to the First Division as champions of the Second Division in 1975
Also, Manchester United did not know throughout its history to participate in a lower division of the second division, although it was close since that in 1934, when it defeated Millwall with a clean double in the last round to avoid relegation.
Manchester United is also one of the six groups that have never known relegation in the history of the Premier League, along with Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool and Tottenham.