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About Old Trafford

Old Trafford Stats

Current home toManchester United
England » Premier League (step 1)
Football visits102,251 (59.2% of our users have been here)
Other visits7,441
AddressSir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RA, England
Also known asTheatre of Dreams
Also used forSuper League Grand Final
Record attendance76,962 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Grimsby Town FA Cup Semi-Final 25th March 1939
Modern record attendance76,098 Manchester United 4-1 Blackburn Rovers 31st March 2007

Old Trafford Tickets & Tours

Upcoming fixtures at Old Trafford

Sat 27th April 2024   15:00   Premier League at Old Trafford
Sun 12th May 2024   16:30   Premier League at Old Trafford

Fixture data compiled from multiple sources, please check before travelling.


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Manchester United vs Sheffield United FC

Wednesday 24th April 2024
Old Trafford
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Manchester United vs Burnley

Saturday 27th April 2024
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Manchester United vs Arsenal

Sunday 12th May 2024
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Old Trafford Average Ratings

These are the average ratings for Old Trafford as submitted by our registered users.

My RatingAverage Rating
OverallAverage rating: 4.0
LocationAverage rating: 3.5
ViewAverage rating: 3.9
FacilitiesAverage rating: 3.6
Food & DrinkAverage rating: 3.1
PoliceAverage rating: 3.4
AtmosphereAverage rating: 3.1

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Latest Reviews

4.5 stars
The Theatre of Dreams

Review written by goonerjethro an Arsenal supporter on 16th June 2022

4.0 stars
Decent but not amazing

Review written by lloydystark an Everton supporter on 3rd May 2020

4.5 stars
The red side of Manchester

Review written by bha52 a Brighton & Hove Albion supporter on 28th March 2020

3.0 stars

Review written by steve63- a Leeds United supporter on 10th January 2018

4.5 stars
great stadium

Review written by Srf a Millwall supporter on 15th March 2016

5.0 stars
Excellent ground

Review written by mattyb a Chorley supporter on 9th May 2014

2.0 stars
The theatre of no atmosphere

Review written by stanleygeorge a Manchester City supporter on 6th September 2013

4.0 stars
Good but worse than i expected

Review written by bcb2294 a Stevenage supporter on 8th April 2013

4.0 stars
Good ground, but ruined by stewards

Review written by johnnyb18 a Queens Park Rangers supporter on 27th January 2013

4.0 stars
man u v irons

Review written by irongav a West Ham United supporter on 2nd December 2012

4.0 stars
Vey nice ground

Review written by herrlogik a Leyton Orient supporter on 21st November 2012

4.5 stars
Brilliant Home

Review written by ronan a Manchester United supporter on 7th November 2012

4.0 stars
Brilliant ground and atmopshere

Review written by marie a Manchester United supporter on 23rd September 2012

3.0 stars
Enemy Territory

Review written by dontcallmeroger a Leeds United supporter on 25th August 2012

5.0 stars
NOT the theatre of dreams

Review written by DanEFC98 an Everton supporter on 24th June 2012

5.0 stars
Truly is the Theatre of Dreams

Review written by stunner2020 a Stevenage supporter on 2nd May 2012

3.5 stars
Not As Good As You May Think

Review written by facebook-user-55935 a Chelsea supporter on 7th October 2010

5.0 stars
Theatre of dreams!

Review written by facebook-user-18343 a Manchester United supporter on 28th October 2009

5.0 stars
Best English club ground

Review written by facebook-user-90178 a Manchester United supporter on 5th August 2009

3.0 stars
Old Trafford

Review written by facebook-user-88712 a Blackburn Rovers supporter on 10th June 2009

4.0 stars
Old Trafford...

Review written by facebook-user-73649 an Arsenal supporter on 17th May 2009

3.5 stars
Theatre of Dreams...?

Review written by facebook-user-18033 a FC Halifax Town supporter on 9th April 2009

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Nearest public transport to Old Trafford

  • Overground Gunnersbury 0.66 miles
  • Acton Town 0.90 miles
  • District Chiswick Park 0.97 miles
  • Picadilly South Ealing 0.99 miles
  • Overground Kew Gardens 1.02 miles
  • Overground South Acton 1.02 miles
  • Picadilly Northfields 1.13 miles
  • Picadilly Ealing Common 1.26 miles

News about Old Trafford

Manchester United explore stadium options

Saturday 19th March 2022

Man Utd are exploring their options as the club looks to improve the experience for fans attending matches.

One of the options on the table is a complete rebuild of the stadium which would include Man Utd finding another ground to play at whilst Old Trafford is knocked down and rebuilt. The new stadium would likely be around 90,000 capacity, making it level with Wembley Stadium as the second biggest ground in Europe.

This is likely to be the clubs least preferred option as it would mean playing away from Old Trafford for a number of years. Close rivalry makes groundsharing at either the Etihad or Anfield unlikely.

Another option being explored is a rebuild of the Sir Bobby Charlton South Stand. This had previously been downplayed due to the railway line which runs behind the stand. However, improvements in building materials could now make this a viable alternative.

A rebuilt South Stand would mean reduced capacity at matches whilst the work is being undertaken. The overall capacity of Old Trafford would likely rise to over 80,000 if this option is given the green light.

Safe standing plans approved for Old Trafford

Thursday 30th April 2020

Manchester United's plans to turn part of Old Trafford into safe standing have been approved by Trafford Council.

Around 1,500 seats in the North East Quadrant will now be replaced by rail seating.

The Premier League club plans to have the work completed in time for the next match with fans at Old Trafford - although it's anybody's guess when that will be.

The club have stated that if this small trial is successful, it could be extended to other areas of the stadium.

Old Trafford to host Women's Euro 2021 opening match

Wednesday 26th February 2020

The FA have announced Old Trafford as the venue for the opening game of next year's Women's Euro 2021.

The largest club stadium in the country joins a list of 9 others which will host the tournament in June and July next year.

The final will be held at Wembley Stadium, with the FA hoping to set a new attendance record for the competition - aiming to beat the current high of 41,301 set in Sweden in 2013.

Fans looking to attend the competition can now register their interest for tickets on the official website.

Man Utd request permission to install rail seating at Old Trafford

Wednesday 12th February 2020

Manchester United have requested to install 1,500 safe standing rail seats at Old Trafford.

Season ticket holders in the affected area have already been made aware of a possible trial which could take place as easily as this season.

If their application is successful, the Premier League giants will join Wolves and Spurs in offering safe standing to their fans.

The seat replacement will be on a like for like basis, meaning Old Trafford's capacity will remain the same at 74,879.

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