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Launched 10 September 1998
Owned by 66.6% Manchester United
33.3% BSkyB
Audience share ~0.0% (February 2009, BARB)
Website Official site
Sky Digital Channel 406
Virgin Media Channel 530
UPC Ireland Channel 428
Alice Home TV (Italy) Channel 285
Internet television [1]

MUTV (Manchester United Television) is an English subscription based television channel, operated by Manchester United FC. The channel first broadcast on 10 September 1998.[1]

MUTV offers Manchester United fans exclusive interviews with players and staff, full matches, including all Premier League games (broadcast generally at midnight of the day the match was played), live reserve and academy games and "classic" matches plus footballing news and other themed programming. The station also broadcasts all of the team's pre-season friendly matches.

From 2002 to 2004, MUTV programming, including taped matches, aired in the United States on the YES Network.[citation needed]

On 16 November 2007, ITV plc sold its stake in MUTV to Manchester United. Now it is 66.6% owned by Manchester United and 33.3% owned by BSkyB.[2]



Former MUTV logo

Former Presenters

Guests (Ex-Pros)


Manchester United offers a similar service to its television channel online, allowing users to watch selected match highlights, news and interview clips.

Media coverage

In Australia programming blocks from MUTV are currently available on Setanta Sports. Dubai Sports also shows selected programmes of MUTV.


External links


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