Football Ticket Pad is proud to boast a selection of the best Man United tickets available in the world, with prime category seating scattered around all four sections of the ground.
If you have been to ‘The Theatre of Dreams’, which was famously branded by club legend Bobby Charlton, then you will know all about the world-famous atmosphere. Whether you have sat in the prestigious South Stand or amongst the red army in the Stratford End, you will know why the electric atmosphere at Old Trafford is famous the world over.
With rivalries always brewing between their Manchester counterparts, Manchester City, Leeds, Liverpool, and Arsenal, you will be able to witness this incredible spectacle from any of the stands listed to your right.
A stadium with a hostile and rich past can be a difficult place to come for all teams in the Premier League, and that anticipation is what makes it that little bit more exciting for fans and tourists coming to visit.
The 75,000-seater stadium is steeped in history and sells out every week. The Theatre of Dreams is a ‘must visit’ for any football supporter, and we can cater for your needs at Football Ticket Pad with home, away, and VIP hospitality tickets at Old Trafford for every game this season so you don’t miss a kick.
Away section seats are housed in the southeast section of the ground, and they are often quick to sell given the history and stature of Manchester United. Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal remain United’s biggest rivals, and these are the tickets that every fan wants to get their hands on.
No trip to Old Trafford is complete without a visit to both the Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson statues. Both men are legends of the game and undoubtedly two of the greatest managers in football history.
The Sir Matt Busby Statue fronts the glass facade outside the East Stand on Sir Matt Busby Way. The clock and plaque in remembrance of the Munich Air Disaster are just as poignant and form a special place at The Theatre of Dreams. Sir Alex Ferguson also had his statue erected in 2012 outside the North Stand, which was renamed in honour of the great manager following his 25th anniversary in charge of the club.
There is currently talk of renovating the stadium so it can accommodate over 80,000 football fans - but we’ll keep you updated if there is any more news.