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Manchester United

Current LeagueEngland » Premier League
Current GroundOld Trafford
Previous GroundsBank Street, North Road
Manchester United Fans8,465
Average Number of Grounds Visited27.48
NicknameThe Red Devils
Previous NameNewton Heath
Twitter Hashtags#mufc

Saturday 3pm kick-off stats

How often do Manchester United play at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon?

Overall Saturday 3pm stats

of league matches kick-off at 3pm on a Saturday
of league home matches
of league away matches

Next and last Saturday 3pms

Next Saturday 3pm home match
Last Saturday 3pm home match
32 days ago
27th Apr 2024 vs Burnley
Next Saturday 3pm away match
Last Saturday 3pm away match
375 days ago
20th May 2023 vs AFC Bournemouth

Kick-off days and times

Sunday 16:30
14/78 - 18%
Saturday 15:00
11/78 - 14%
Sunday 14:00
10/78 - 13%
Saturday 12:30
7/78 - 9%
Saturday 17:30
6/78 - 8%
Wednesday 20:00
5/78 - 6%
Saturday 20:00
4/78 - 5%
Monday 20:00
3/78 - 4%
Thursday 20:00
3/78 - 4%
Thursday 20:15
3/78 - 4%
Tuesday 20:00
3/78 - 4%
Sunday 15:30
3/78 - 4%
Sunday 19:00
2/78 - 3%
Wednesday 20:15
2/78 - 3%
Sunday 16:15
1/78 - 1%
Sunday 16:00
1/78 - 1%

Fixture data gathered from multiple sources. Based on all matches played since the start of the 2022/2023 season.
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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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