One of the most famous in the world, this stadium has been home to Manchester United FC since 1910. It was first conceived after chairman John Henry Davies decided in 1909 that the previous Manchester United football ground at Bank Street was no longer suitable for a championship winning team. The new stadium was designed by architect Archibald Leitch and now has a full capacity of 75,731, making it the second largest football stadium in the UK.
Events at Old Trafford
The stadium regularly hosts some of the world's biggest international fixtures like the FA Cup, World Cup, Champion's league matches as well as Rugby League matches and notably the 2012 Summer Olympics. Nicknamed the 'Theatre of Dreams' by legendary midfielder Bobby Charlton, this venue is one of the finest places in the world to watch the great game. The stadium has also played host to live music, with performers ranging from Status Quo, to Bon Jovi and Simply Red.
The venue is easily accessible whether you are driving or using public transport, situated under two miles from Manchester city centre. There is a direct train from Manchester Piccadilly Station to the stadium and for those driving, there are various private car parks nearby. You can also catch the Metrolink tram which runs every 12 minutes seven days a week.
Similar Venues in London
After getting your Old Trafford tickets on StubHub UK, why not check out the latest fixtures at some of the other legendary sporting arenas? Take your pick from Everton's home ground Goodison Park to Tottenham Hotspur's stadium at White Hart Lane.
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