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ARCHIE THOMPSON – MURRAY UNITED’S #10.

ARCHIE THOMPSON! In the biggest coup for any Premier League club in the country and competition’s history the Socceroo and A-League cult hero will return to his roots as the club’s marquee in 2017. MUFC believes Thompson’s signing signals the coming

TAKING ON THE NEXT A-LEAGUE CLUB.

MURRAY United will take on one of the main contenders to join the A-League as the preparation for the start of its Premier League season hots up. The Border’s only NPL2 side will tackle Victorian and national powerhouse South Melbourne, widely tipped to

SS&A RE-SIGN FOR NEXT 3 YEARS.

Murray United FC is delighted to announce that major sponsor, Albury SS&A, has recommitted to the club for a further three years. In an announcement made at the SS&A in Albury today, SS&A Albury Chief Executive Gerard Darmody and Murray United

UNDER 20S STILL IN HUNT FOR TITLE.

Get the calculators out, it looks to be a crazy finish to this year’s U20s NPL2 East!   With Box Hill sitting top by 1 point over Eastern Lions, a win against Dandenong City on Saturday will see them crowned as champions unless we can find 31 goals

JUNIOR GOALSCORER UPDATE.

With the season winding down, we have a look at how our goal scorers have gone this season and if any are in contention for the Golden Boot Award in their age groups.   Under 12s The Under 12s have had a tough year but haven’t struggled to find

JUNIOR UPDATE.

WE TAKE A LOOK AT HOW OUR JUNIOR TEAMS ARE TRAVELLING 15 ROUNDS IN AND WHAT WE CAN EXPECT FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON.     UNDER 12S Results wise the Under 12s have struggled this year but there have been plenty of positives for coach Daryl McMil

LAST TIME OUT: KINGSTON CITY.

Last time out this week looks at our Round 8 clash with then league leaders Kingston City at La Trobe University in Wodonga. On a lovely sunny afternoon in Wodonga, United welcomed the league leaders in Kingston City coming off the back a win and draw awa

LAST TIME OUT: BRUNSWICK CITY.

A cold, windy day at Dunstan Reserve saw United draw 1-1 away against Brunswick City. United had the best of the early chances, Geoffry Lino having his shot saved and Zac Walker’s left footed strike just going the wrong side of the post. United went

WIN $1,100 AT HALF TIME.

Some very close calls last week with some participants millimetres away from winning $1,000. But close enough isn’t good enough and this week it’ll be $1,100! Make sure you get your tickets from the canteen for your chance to win big at half t

BRIGHT RED LAUNCHED.

Murray United are pleased to launch our new ‘Bright Red’ program. Murray United Bright Red Academy offers a fun and intensive year round program for 5 to 12 year old boys and girls designed to create a complete well- rounded football player. Held