The Manchester Titans Adult Mixed Flag Teams had their 2nd gameday of July on Saturday 31st, with the Bee Team heading up to Wigan to take on the Bandits and the Chorley Buccaneers, whilst the Prem Team went to Wirral to play the Vikings and the Salford Scorpions. The Bees started well, recording a 37-26 […]
The Manchester Titans Adult Mixed Flag Teams hosted their home tournament at Burnage Rugby Club, where the Prem Team and the Bee Team took on the Warrington Revolution and Warrington Cogs. Both the Revs and the Titans were undefeated so something was going to have to give, and potentially the divisional title was on the […]
Manchester Titans 31-20 Manchester CrowsAfter the 2020 season was wiped out by Covid-19, the 2021 season has been altered so that all the games will be played regionally, rather than the usual National set-up.The 3-time defending division champion Titans were excited to retake the field against their cross-town rivals, the Manchester Crows. The Titans defense […]
At last night’s Manchester Titans Awards Night, the Club recognised some of the efforts on and off the field in 4 of last season’s Teams.
The Manchester Titans are pleased to announce the association of 2 new partners to the Club.
The Manchester Titans are pleased to announce the dates and times of this years Rookie Camps for new players to come down and try out the sport.
A heavily depleted Manchester Titans squad went to Chester and lost 36-10 to end a disappointing season.
The Manchester Titans are inviting applications for the vacant position of Junior Head Coach.
The Manchester Titans American Football Club, sponsored by Manchester Printers, are delighted to announce the addition of a ladies team into the Titans family.
UPDATE – Chorley pull out of Junior Fixture.
The Manchester Titans and Merseyside Nighthawks proved again to be inseparable as they battled to a 43-43 tie on Sunday 22nd June.
Titans Official Club Statement regarding Touchdown Europe Article.
The Manchester Titans, sponsored by Manchester Printers have a huge weekend of football with 3 teams in action across the 2 days.
The Titans vs Railroaders rematch at Crewe didn’t go quite as planned for Manchester.
The Manchester Titans playing in front of over a 1000 fans at AJ Bell Stadium completed an emphatic 69-0 victory over the Crewe Railroaders.
The Manchester Titans lost 26-21 to the Staffordshire Surge on Sunday 25th May despite a spirited fightback.
The Manchester Titans are delighted to announce that their June 1st Fixture against the Crewe Railroaders will be played inside the AJ Bell Stadium (formerly Salford City Stadium).
The Manchester Titans, bounced back from the narrow loss to the Chester Romans with a resounding 54-0 victory over the Walney Terriers.
The Manchester Titans, sponsored by Manchester Printers, lost 25-22 to the Chester Romans on Sunday.
The Manchester Titans opened the 2014 Season with a convincing 52-13 win over League newcomers Walney at Salford.