1935–36 Manchester United F.C. season

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Manchester United
1935–36 season
Chairman James W. Gibson
Manager Scott Duncan
Second Division 1st (promoted)
FA Cup Fourth Round
Top goalscorer League:
George Mutch (21)
All:
George Mutch (23)
Highest home attendance 39,855 vs Burnley (13 April 1936)
Lowest home attendance 15,284 vs Nottingham Forest (14 December 1935)
Average home league attendance 26,223
Home colours
Away colours

The 1935–36 season was Manchester United's 40th season in the Football League.[1]

At the end of the season, United finished champions and were promoted back to the First Division after five years away.

Second Division[edit]

Date Opponents H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Attendance
31 August 1935 Plymouth Argyle A 1 – 3 Bamford 22,366
4 September 1935 Charlton Athletic H 3 – 0 Bamford, Cape, Chester 21,211
7 September 1935 Bradford City H 3 – 1 Bamford (2), Mutch 30,754
9 September 1935 Charlton Athletic A 0 – 0 13,178
14 September 1935 Newcastle United A 2 – 0 Bamford, Rowley 28,520
18 September 1935 Hull City H 2 – 0 Bamford (2) 15,739
21 September 1935 Tottenham Hotspur H 0 – 0 34,718
28 September 1935 Southampton A 1 – 2 Rowley 17,678
5 October 1935 Port Vale A 3 – 0 Mutch (2), Bamford 9,703
12 October 1935 Fulham H 1 – 0 Rowley 22,723
19 October 1935 Sheffield United H 3 – 1 Cape, Mutch, Rowley 18,636
26 October 1935 Bradford Park Avenue A 0 – 1 12,216
2 November 1935 Leicester City H 0 – 1 39,074
9 November 1935 Swansea Town A 1 – 2 Bamford 9,731
16 November 1935 West Ham United H 2 – 3 Rowley (2) 24,440
23 November 1935 Norwich City A 5 – 3 Rowley (3), Manley (2) 17,266
30 November 1935 Doncaster Rovers H 0 – 0 23,569
7 December 1935 Blackpool A 1 – 4 Mutch 13,218
14 December 1935 Nottingham Forest H 5 – 0 Bamford (2), Manley, Mutch, Rowley 15,284
26 December 1935 Barnsley H 1 – 1 Mutch 20,993
28 December 1935 Plymouth Argyle H 3 – 2 Mutch (2), Manley 20,894
1 January 1936 Barnsley A 3 – 0 Gardner, Manley, Mutch 20,957
4 January 1936 Bradford City A 0 – 1 11,286
18 January 1936 Newcastle United H 3 – 1 Mutch (2), Rowley 22,968
1 February 1936 Southampton H 4 – 0 Mutch (2), Bryant, own goal 23,205
5 February 1936 Tottenham Hotspur A 0 – 0 20,085
8 February 1936 Port Vale H 7 – 2 Manley (4), Rowley (2), Mutch 22,265
22 February 1936 Sheffield United A 1 – 1 Manley 25,852
29 February 1936 Blackpool H 3 – 2 Bryant, Manley, Mutch 18,423
7 March 1936 West Ham United A 2 – 1 Bryant, Mutch 29,684
14 March 1936 Swansea Town H 3 – 0 Manley, Mutch, Rowley 27,580
21 March 1936 Leicester City A 1 – 1 Bryant 18,200
28 March 1936 Norwich City H 2 – 1 Rowley (2) 31,596
1 April 1936 Fulham A 2 – 2 Bryant, Griffiths 11,137
4 April 1936 Doncaster Rovers A 0 – 0 13,474
10 April 1936 Burnley A 2 – 2 Bamford (2) 27,245
11 April 1936 Bradford Park Avenue H 4 – 0 Mutch (2), Bamford, Bryant 33,517
13 April 1936 Burnley H 4 – 0 Bryant (2), Rowley (2) 39,855
18 April 1936 Nottingham Forest A 1 – 1 Bamford 12,156
25 April 1936 Bury H 2 – 1 Lang, Rowley 35,027
29 April 1936 Bury A 3 – 2 Manley (2), Mutch 31,562
2 May 1936 Hull City A 1 – 1 Bamford 4,540
Pos Club Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Manchester United 42 22 12 8 85 43 +42 56
2 Charlton Athletic 42 22 11 9 85 58 +27 55
3 Sheffield United 42 20 12 10 79 50 +29 52

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; Pts = Points

FA Cup[edit]

Date Round Opponents H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Attendance
11 January 1936 Round 3 Reading A 3 – 1 Mutch (2), Manley 25,844
25 January 1936 Round 4 Stoke City A 0 – 0 32,286
29 January 1936 Round 4
Replay
Stoke City H 0 – 2 34,440

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Manchester United Season 1935/36". StretfordEnd.co.uk. Retrieved 31 December 2011.