Sir Alex Ferguson's Red Devils will be handed their 13th title along with the shiny medals when they take on Michael Laudrup's Swansea at Old Trafford on Sunday
The medals and a 13th Premier League trophy will be handed to Manchester United following their penultimate match of this campaign against Swansea at Old Trafford on Sunday.
It should be an emotional occasion as Manchester United supporters bid farewell to Sir Alex Ferguson in his last ever home game as the Red Devils manager.
While Ryan Giggs is set to collect his 13th winners' medal there are some United players still in the hunt to breach the minimum 10-game cut-off to earn themselves the invaluable piece of memorabilia.
Anders Lindegaard needs Sir Alex to give him two more appearances in their remaining fixtures for him to be eligible for his first ever winners' medal.
The likes of Nick Powell and Alexander Buttner won't receive a medal in their debut season as the 10-game limit is now beyond their reach.
Darren Fletcher is another to miss out after making only three appearances in a season ravaged by injury. He joins the likes of Gary Neville and Owen Hargreaves as medal-less players in a title-winning season.