Old Trafford

Home of Manchester United

Old Trafford, also known as “The Theatre of Dreams” around the world, has been home to Manchester United since 1910.  Having become an important place in the history of English and international football, Old Trafford now has a capacity of 74,994 and is known to all fans of the game for its prominent role in our sport.

In addition to being the home of Manchester United, Old Trafford has been the venue of the Rugby Super League grand final from 1998 until today, as well as the location for the 2000 and 2013 Rugby League World Cup Finals.

Aside from sporting uses, big names such as Bon Jovi, Genesis and Bruce Springsteen have held concerts on the legendary stadium.

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Old Trafford News

With 20 Premier League trophies under there belt, Manchester United hold the record of wins for the English league. United was the first team to win three consecutive Premier League titles in the years 1998/99 – 2000/01 and 2006/07 – 2008/09.

Also known as the red devils, United have had the pleasure of several big names gracing their team, including Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham and George Best.

Old Trafford Stadium has a capacity of 76,000, making it the second largest stadium after Wembley.

Follow the latest Manchester United news and updates on the upcoming 2019/20 Premier League season.