Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) has released its financial results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2024, highlighting significant achievements and strategic initiatives across the organization.

The club reported anticipated record full-year revenues of approximately £660 million, aligning with previous guidance of £635 million to £665 million.

Adjusted EBITDA for the fiscal year is projected to reach approximately £140 million, which is also in line with prior estimates.

On the field, Manchester United's teams have celebrated notable successes.

The Men’s first team won the FA Cup final on May 25 and finished the season in eighth position, securing a spot in the 2024/25 UEFA Europa League.

The Women's team also triumphed in their FA Cup final on May 12 and ended their season fifth in the Women's Super League.

Off the field, the club continues to excel in its business operations, achieving record-breaking attendance and Matchday revenues, along with selling 433,000 global memberships for the 2023/24 season—a new high.

While general admission season ticket prices for the upcoming season have been increased by 5%, sales and Executive Club memberships are experiencing the second-lowest-ever churn rate of less than 4%.