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Explore Old Trafford Stadium

A guide to visiting Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium

The Manchester United stadium, Old Trafford, is saturated in footballing history, with statues of many of the club’s most famous players and managers arranged in the grounds. On non-match days you can get a glimpse behind the magic on the stadium tour, and see the pitch from a different perspective as you emerge from the players’ tunnel and look down from the highest stands.

Getting there

Manchester is easy to get to, with motorway and direct rail links to other major UK cities such as London and Newcastle. Arriving to the UK by ferry gives you fast links to Manchester whether you’re driving or using public transport, taking around 5 hours to drive from Dover or just 2 hours 50 minutes from the Newcastle port.

How to get to Old Trafford

The stadium is just off the M60 ring road via Park Way, and you can park at Old Trafford for free on non-match days. If you’re visiting on a match day you’ll need to book your parking in advance. You can also reach the stadium via public transport, with a dedicated railway station used on match days, or multiple Metrolink stops near the stadium, including Old Trafford and Exchange Quay.

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Find out more about Manchester

Manchester is one of the UK’s largest cities, with a vibrant modern culture and a proud industrial heritage. Famous as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, and for its football teams, it’s a city that perfectly combines heritage with innovation to create a place that’s truly unique. The city centre is home to some beautiful Victorian architecture, such as the imposing Town Hall and many grand warehouses, as well as cutting edge modern buildings like One Angel Square and the soaring Beetham Tower.