Despite having half her family support the blue side of Manchester, Deborah's football allegiance came from her father's red side. A season ticket holder for both men & women, Deborah attends as many matches as she can both home & away.
Often behind the scenes doing the 'boring' work, Deborah's organisational skills and cool head are valued by the committee.
"My hope for MUWSC is that it helps every United fan to get the experience they want from a match day, whatever that maybe."
Chloe wasn’t wrapped in a blanket when she was born but an “Ooh Aah Cantona” top and has followed United ever since. Having played and followed women’s football since the age of 4, she can’t wait to create new memories supporting the United women’s team.
With experience working and volunteering at many national/international sporting events, Chloe is hoping that she can use her expertise to help grow the match day experience for fans with the MUWSC.
“I hope the MUWSC continues to grow nationally and internationally, we have already come a long way in a short period of time and I’m super excited to see how far we can push the high standards of this supporters club throughout women’s football.”
Marc has been a red all his life and a season ticket holder at Old Trafford for more than 20 Years. He has been to most of the world watching United and hopes that he can do this for the Women's team.
His technology know how has helped set up not only this website but also our Twitter, Instagram, Teesprings & YouTube pages.
"My hopes for MUWSC are to keep growing and set the standard for support in the Women's game".
Despite not being a local, Shane has supported United from a very early age proudly following in his mother's footsteps of being a red, and loves to attend matches at Old Trafford whenever possible. He has followed the Women's team since formation and became a regular match-goer part-way through the first season.
His background in IT and work as a data analyst has allowed him to keep a good steer on the financials, and earned him the nickname "Statto" for his keenness in record keeping of the team's results.
"I really want MUWSC to continue to grow and be a group that can represent our fan base effectively, as well as continuing to help boost the popularity of the team and Women's game."
Fiona has supported Manchester United for as long as she can remember, attending the occasional game for the men’s side. When the women’s side was announced, she knew she needed to get a season ticket. Fiona has been following the FAWSL since the league was formed but did not follow any particular team as she could not support anyone but Manchester United. She initially attended as many home games as possible and now enjoys away day trips on the BA bus.
Outside of football, Fiona is a statistician by profession and a proud member of the spreadsheet crew.
"I want to help the MUWSC to grow and represent the different types of supporters of our team. As a relatively new team and supporters club, I feel there are many ways for us to develop and grow with the aim of supporting our members to have the best experience following our club."
Torunn Elisabeth Swane Østli
Torunn is based in Norway in a town called Lillestrøm where she lives with her wife Ellen and their dog Chewie. Torunn comes from a football family and she is a retired goalkeeper herself.
Torunn is a laywer. She also has several years of experience from boards and commitees back in Norway - both mens and womens football. She is also a very dedicated fan - always loud and proud!
"My hope for MUWSC is that it can grow further - also outside the UK. Football is for everyone - no matter who you are or where you live! My aim is to work tirelessly for our members and fans. Together we can create magic!"
A little boy, hardly 7 years old, started watching football on TV with his brother. Years passed by. The brother stopped watching football, but the little boy could not. The love for a team in Red, was unstoppable.
20 years later, that little boy moved to the UK, and now regularly watches both the United Men’s and Women’s Teams, in the sun and in the rain.
Outside of football, Ramu manages Analytics & BI projects.
"I envisage MUWSC to become the torch bearers of change in Women’s football community, in its efforts to echo the voice of the global fanbase of the Manchester United Women’s Team”
Matt has been following the men’s team for years and the women’s team since their inception, becoming a season ticket holder a year later upon his own move to Manchester on the eve of the club’s first WSL game.
He has a degree in journalism and has been able to put it to good use writing the previews and match reports for the MUWSC blog, which he writes for every game.
“My hope for MUWSC is that they can be a positive driving force in continuing the development the women’s game has seen in recent years.”