As of date,they are in 4th position with 69 points.
Manchester United Football Club finished in 3rd place in the premier league in the season of 2003-04.
The first match between Arsenal and Manchester United in the Premier League took place on November 28, 1992 at Highbury. The match finished 0 - 1 to Manchester United, with a 27th minute goal from Mark Hughes.
A good place to purchase Manchester United tickets is to go directly to their website at manutd. One may also purchase tickets at Premier League and Ticketmaster.
The 2010-2011 champion was Manchester United. Chelsea was runner-up and Manchester City was third place.
The 2011-2012 champions was Manchester City. Manchester United was the runner-up and Arsenal was third place.
They finished in third place with 75 points. In first place was Arsenal with 90 points and second was Chelsea with 85 points.
They ended 21st place in the Premier Division that year.
Manchester United bought David May in July 1994, as a result of the restrictions on non-English players in European competition which were in place at the time. Having finished in second place in his first season in the league, losing out to his old team, Blackburn Rovers, he would win the Premier League in two successive seasons, 1995-96 and 1996-97. May continued at Manchester United until 2003.
The 2009-2010 champion was Chelsea. Manchester United was runner-up and Arsenal was third place.
In the 2010-2011 season, Manchester City came in second place by only a few points.
Well English Premier League was first introduced in 20 February 1992. Before that , the competition never existed but the First Division was reputed to a similar position of The Premier League itself. Counting both of them together , Manchester United FC is the winner for the most times. Making a count of 19. And if talking about only English Premier League it is also Manchester United scoring 12 trophies attending all 20 seasons that have taken place so far. Let me lay it down so that it becomes clear for you to understandFirst Division (until 1992)1907-081910-111951-521955-561956-571964-651966-67Premier League:[ Since 1992]1992-931993-941995-961996-971998-991999-002000-012002-032006-072007-082008-092010-11
Manchester United (newly crowned champions).