OLD TRAFFORD STADIUM TICKETS

Address: Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester, United Kingdom
Owner: Manchester United F.C.
Home stadium of: Manchester United F.C.
Capacity: 75,635
Record attendance: 76,962, in the FA Cup semi-final between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Grimsby Town, which took place on 25 March 1939.
Opened: 1910

Most memorable match: Manchester United vs Real Madrid, 23 April 2003
 
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OLD Trafford Stadium History

Old Trafford, one of the most famous stadiums in the world, is located in Manchester, England. It is the home stadium of Premier League club, Manchester United F.C. Its capacity of 75,635 makes it the third-largest stadium and second-largest football stadium in the UK, and the 11th largest stadium in Europe. Old Trafford has been nicknamed the "Theatre of Dreams" by Sir Bobby Charlton, the legendary former player for Manchester United.

Old Trafford History
Old Trafford Stadium was constructed in 1909, after John Henry Davies, then the new chairman for Newton Heath (as Manchester United were formerly named) realized the club's current ground on Bank Street was in a bad state. The stadium was designed by Scottish architect Archibalds Leitch. It was originally designed to hold a capacity of 100,000 but as costs began to rise during construction, the capacity was reduced to around 80,000. The stadium hosted its inaugural game –Manchester United vs Liverpool - on 19 February 1910. During WWII, German bombing raids destroyed parts of the stadium on two occasions. The stadium was reconstructed and opened again in 1949. Over the years, the stadium has hosted FA Cup semi-finals, England fixtures, as well international matches that were part of the 1966 World Cup, the Euro 96 and the 2003 Champions League Final; in addition it hosted football matches at the 2012 Summer Olympics, including women's international football for the first time in the stadium's history.

Most Memorable Match in Old Trafford's History
Old Trafford has hosted many memorable matches; however, several of them truly stand out. One of these matches was the Manchester United-Real Madrid game on 23 April 2003. United won 4-3 in a dramatic, emotional game which included an incredible hat-trick from Real's Ronaldo (who received a standing ovation) and two goals from United's Beckham from the bench.

How to Buy Tickets on for an Old Trafford game Ticketgum
To buy tickets for a game taking place at Old Trafford, do the following:
  • Go to the "Stadiums" category on the homepage, and choose "Old Trafford" from the list, or else search for "Old Trafford" in the search field until you reach the stadium's events' menu.
  • Choose the desired game.
  • Choose your desired seating section, update the tickets quantity needed and click "Buy".
  • Choose your delivery address (regular or hotel) and write the address information.
  • Enter your email address to create an account or log in with an existing account.
  • Check the "I agree to the terms and conditions" box, and then click on "Continue".
  • Choose the payment method, and then enter your credit card details.
  • Click on "Continue" to confirm your purchase.
  • A confirmation email will be sent to your email address.