Manchester United tickets: How to get Man United tickets for Old Trafford

Manchester United tickets: How to get Man United tickets for Old Trafford: A general view of the East Stand at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United before the UEFA Champions League match between Manchester United and Sporting Braga on October 23, 2012 in Manchester, England.
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How to get Manchester United tickets is a constant question for Red Devils – so much so that the ground itself has been upgraded to become the biggest club stadium in English football.

The 20-time champions are the most successful club in the country with a legacy like no other – and that makes them one of the hottest Premier League tickets and Champions League tickets around. Whether Manchester United are on form or not, there's no feeling like a rocking stadium, with choruses filling the rafters as legends and current stars alike find themselves serenaded.

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“The heritage and history of Old Trafford is like nothing else in football – and unsurprisingly for a 75,000-seater, the noise can be deafening when Manchester United are in the mood (the last time I went was for the Manchester derby). I fully recommend taking in the area, exploring the club shop and if you’re in Manchester for the day, the National Football Museum is just down the road in the town centre.”

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Mark White
Content Editor

Mark White has been at on FourFourTwo since joining in January 2020, first as a staff writer before becoming content editor in 2023. An encyclopedia of football shirts and boots knowledge – both past and present – Mark has also represented FFT at both FA Cup and League Cup finals (though didn't receive a winners' medal on either occasion) and has written pieces for the mag ranging on subjects from Bobby Robson's season at Barcelona to Robinho's career. He has written cover features for the mag on Mikel Arteta and Martin Odegaard, and is assisted by his cat, Rosie, who has interned for the brand since lockdown.