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Manchester United, one of the biggest names in world football, are the most successful English football team in history. The Red Devils have won more trophies than any other club in England, including 20 league titles, 12 FA Cups and 3 famous UEFA Champions League wins.

Representing the red half of Manchester, across from fierce rivals, City. United are the third most valuable club in world football, even though they are still challenging for their first Premier League title since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.

Sir Alex oversaw the successful period in the club’s history, winning 13 Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups and two UEFA Champions League titles including the famous Treble win in extra-time over Bayern Munich in 1999, becoming the first club to win the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League titles in the same season.

Since Ferguson retired in 2013, Manchester United have struggled to maintain the same winning record, but in Old Trafford, the largest club football stadium in the UK, you would hardly know it. Compare the best prices for tickets to the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ as the Red Devils look to secure their future under club legend, Ole Gunnar Solskjær. Whether you are looking for Man United tickets to home games, Premier League away matches or even in the FA Cup, EFL Cup, Seat Compare will have them here. If MUFC qualify for the major tournaments of Europe including the UEFA Europa League or Champions League then tickets will also be available. Additionally, should the team be in the Community Shield or UEFA Super Cup they will be listed above.

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Tickets can also be purchased directly at the Manchester United ticket office, however games normally sell-out, first to season ticket holders and then to team members. To be a member of Manchester United, visit the official club website and pay the annual fee, however this is no guarantee of seats from the box office. Seat-Compare.com is the best place to purchase tickets on the secondary market.

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Tickets for Manchester United have an average price of £91. Seat-Compare.com is the first website to offer live pricing comparison of different websites. The minimum price tickets that Seat Compare has found for resale is £80. Select the Manchester United event above and Seat-Compare.com will search for the best deal, ready for purchase today.

Where do Manchester United play?

Home games are played at Old Trafford

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Home Stadium: Old Trafford: Manchester, United Kingdom

All home games of are played at Old Trafford in Manchester, to order Manchester United tickets, see fixtures listed above..

Old Trafford Details

Stadium Info:

When it comes to any football events in England, except Euro 2020, Old Trafford is never excluded from the hosting venue. It is by far the second largest stadium in UK and one of the most historic one beside Wembley and Anfield. Built in 1909 and opened a year later, Old Trafford has always been the home turf of Manchester United since 1910. It has been renovated several times, in 1940s after the bombing during the World War II, in 1990s and 2000s, mainly for the stands extension.

Stadium Facilities

Old Trafford has four stands, two of which have been renamed with the most distinguished figure in the Red Devils history, Sir Alex Fergusson and Sir Bobby Charlton. The former one is named after the North Stand with Red Café restaurant, Manchester United museum and trophy room at the ground level, while the latter one is named after the South Stand where the office of MUTV, TV studios for BBC and Sky Sports are situated. The other two stands are called West Stand, which is normally for their die-hard fans while the East Stand is for the away fans with the club’s administration office as well as the section for fans with disabilities, plus United megastore at ground floor of this stand here. Moreover, there is Hotel Football situated in the east side of the venue.

Historic Matches at the stadium

There have been a lot of matches taking place in this venue, either local, regional and international fixtures. The highest record for attendance was the 1939 FA Cup semi final between Wolverhampton and Grimsby with 76,962 people, whereas the attendance record involving Manchester United was in the Premier League match against Blackburn Rovers in 2007 with 76,098 fans in it. The stadium has also hosted two FA Cup finals and semi finals on several occasions. For international tournaments, Old Trafford had been chosen to host three games in World Cup 1966, all of them at the group stage, Portugal-Hungary, Portugal-Bulgaria and Hungary-Bulgaria. In Euro 1996, it was picked to stage five games in the tournament, Germany-Russia, Germany-Czech Rep and Germany-Italy at the group stage, Germany against Croatia at the quarter final and the semi final between France and Czech Rep. The last international tournament it was chosen as a host was in 2012 Olympic Games. Old Trafford staged Brasil-Belarus, Egypt-New Zealand, UEA-Uruguay, Great Britain-Senegal, Spain-Morocco at the preliminary round, Japan against Egypt at the quarter final and Brasil versus South Korea at the last four. In addition, it was selected as the host for UEFA Champions League final in 2003 between AC Milan and Juventus. Beside football, this venue has been used for rugby competition and some concerts.

Transportation to the Stadium

Old Trafford is quite easy to access, both by bus and train. The bus services which pass the stadium are bus 255 and 256 which stops Wharfside Way just outside the venue, bus 263 stopping near Sir Matt Busby Way, bus X50 service stopping Water’s Reach nearby the stadium, bus 79 stopping on Chester Road, bus 53 from First Greater Manchester service plus bus 84 from Stagecoach stopping at Trafford Bar tram stop.

Meanwhile, if one opts the train, there are Southern Route of Northern Rail which stops at Mancheser United Football Ground railway station. Then, there are Altricham, Eccles, Trafford Park and South Manchester lines on Manchester Metrolink which stops at Wharfside, Old Trafford and Exchange Quay station.

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