Located in the Old Trafford borough of Greater Manchester, Old Trafford is the legendary home of Manchester United. The football stadium is situated 800m from Old Trafford Cricket Ground. Old Trafford has a capacity of 74,140, and it is the second-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom.

Old Trafford is wheelchair-accessible, and it offers 278 wheelchair positions. Friends and family seating is available in the wheelchair areas of the North East and North West Quadrants, allowing wheelchair users to watch games with their friends and family.

Old Trafford has an ‘Ability Suite’ which caters for fans who have additional needs. The ‘Ability Suite’ contains lowered kiosk facilities for wheelchair users, accessible toilets, and television screens. Blind and partially sighted people can access audio commentary headsets from a steward adjacent to block E132.

Q Will Old Trafford be renovated?

In recent years, there has been mounting pressure from fans and former players over the lack of plans to upgrade Old Trafford. Although many of Manchester United’s rivals have upgraded their stadia in recent years, the last major redevelopment at Old Trafford took place in 2006.

Q How much does it cost to visit Old Trafford?

The Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour is a great day out. You can visit the dressing room, walk through the players’ tunnel, and you can even sit in the dugout and gaze across the famous pitch. Adult tickets cost £25, whilst children, students, and over-65s can purchase a ticket for £15.

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