Old Trafford is one of Manchester's leading tourist attractions. It's the home of the Red Devils Manchester United and seats up to 74,994 - the largest club football stadium of the UK. Its legacy in the world of football have lead to it being nicknamed the 'Theatre of Dreams', and tributes to memorable players can be found throughout the ground.
The stadium opened in 1910, where United took on rivals Liverpool in the first game there. It went on to host big matches such as the FA Cup Final in 1911. Over the years, it survived wartime bombing, and has been masterfully refurbished and expanded. It is now complete with world-class facilities and is flexible to host a range of sporting events.
You can explore the history of Manchester United with one of the guided tours around the stadium. It includes visits to the Alex Ferguson stand, Stretford End, the changing rooms, the tunnel, the trophies and much more. There's also a gift shop and museum on site, as well as plenty of VIP packages to boost your trip to the world-famous stadium.