Of all the domestic competitions, the League Cup has not been the most successful for Manchester United. The club has won the trophy just five times in its history, most recently in 2017. That victory was the first major trophy for manager José Mourinho - the first time a new Man Utd Manager has won major silverware in their first season.

The League Cup has been the subject of sponsorship deals for some time, so is known by a few names. For Manchester United's first victory in the competition in 1992 the League Cup was sponsored by Rumbelows - so was known as the 'Rumbelows Cup' (programme pictured to the left). For the club's remaining victories in 2006, 2009 and 2010 the League Cup was sponsored by Carling - so was known as the 'Carling Cup'. For the most recent victory in 2017 it was called the English Football League (EFL) Cup; known as the 'Carabao Cup' for sponsorship reasons.

The table below summarises details of all Manchester United programmes relating to League Cup victories.

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League Cup2017Southampton3-2P-1
League Cup2010Aston Villa2-1P-1
League Cup2009Tottenham Hotspur0-0 (4-1 penalties)P-1
League Cup2006Wigan Athletic4-0P-1
League Cup1992Nottingham Forest1-0P-1

Rarity Key: P-1 (Common), P-2 (Scarce), P-3 (Very Scarce), P-4 (Rare), P-5 (Very Rare), P-6 (Unique)

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