United may be second in the Premier League table but in Government's new energy efficiency league table the club gets top marks.
Manchester United are joint first with 20 others, including British Amercian Tobacco, Center Parcs and the Department for Energy and Climate Change.
The table ranks many of the UK’s high-street names according to how they manage their energy usage. More than 4,000 eligible companies, the table is made up from just 2,789 registered participants.
And ironically Trafford Council, the home of Manchester United, comes joint bottom of the table. The league table details the carbon dioxide emissions in tonnes that each of organisations.
At least one Manchester club has reason to crow.