Since our formation in 2005, Stretford End Flags have provided the banners that adourn the front of The Stretford End. We have also maintained the original Stretford End banners.
These banners have paid tribute to not only the history, heritage and tradition of Manchester United, but have also incoporated the culture of Manchester itself.
As the number of banners grow, it is not only the front of Stretford End where our banners can be seen. The back wall of the Stretford End Tier 2 houses several banners and the Stretford End Tier 2 concourse is home to other banners.
Due to years of exposure to the elements, The Original Streford End banner is now in the Tier 2 concourse, with an exact replica made for the front of The Stretford End
The Republik Of Mancunia banner can now be seen on the back wall of Stretford End Tier 2.
The Flowers of Manchester banner pays tribute to Munich Air disaster on the 6th February 1958
Our First banner was the "We'll Neve Die" banner
The "For Everymanc A Religion" banner was inspired by the Ian Brown son F.E.A.R and the banner has been endorsed by in Brown himself. Ian is a MUFC season ticket holder.
"Lest We Forget" was made in February 2006 for the anniversary of the Munichj Air Disaster and features the line up from the last ever game the Busby babes played, as well as an image of the Munich Clock.
"Manchester is My heaven" is a fampus Matt Busby Quote and was made into a Stretford End banner in 2010
The famous City Ticker banner which counts how many years Manchester City have gone without winning a trophy. The banner has inbuilt numbers rotates several times a year to give a rotating effect, changing fully on the 28th Feb each year. As of the 28th feb 2011 the banner is currently on 35 years.
The banners on The Stretford End as seen before the 50th anniversary of the Munich disaster in Feb 2008.
Some of he banners on the back wall above the seats in Stretford End Tier 2