Manchester United is dedicated to stamping out ticket touting and the unauthorised re-sale of match tickets. The majority of our tickets are sold through our Membership and Matchday VIP schemes, or with our Travel Partner, Thomas Cook Sports. You can view tickets news and availability here.
From time to time, the club receives complaints about certain websites which have not been authorised by the club to re-sell tickets or which provide an unofficial marketplace for the buying and selling of tickets, This includes the following websites:
onlineticketexpress.com, livefootballticket.net, craigslist.co.uk, footballticket.net.com, myticketsonline.co.uk, 1st4footballtickets.com, fodboldrejser.dk, ticket4football.com, donedeal.co.uk, footballseatfinder.com, worldticketshop.hu, ticketbis.net, 1ticketlive.com, footballbreak.co.uk, worldfootballtravel.com, keithprowse.co.uk, vipticketsandcorporatehospitality.co.uk, eventality.co.uk, worldticketshop.de, ticketpool.de, premier-league-tickets.de, unitedticketagency.com, www.missionimpossible.sg, footballclubtickets.bz, hotfootballtickets.com, thesportsboxoffice.com, lastsecondticket.co.uk, gumtree.com, mayfairglobalevents.blog.co.uk, ticket-finders.com, ticketsukltd.com, ticketeasy.uk.com, ivanmeyertours.ch, CheckFootballTickets.com, doctorticket.com
Groups advertising as re-sellers of Manchester United tickets on sites such as Twitter and Facebook are also unofficial. Purchasing from these websites or through any unofficial source is at your own risk and we are not liable for any monies lost or non-entry to the Stadium.
Tickets bought from ticket touts outside the stadium are in most cases unlikely to work. If you see any person selling tickets outside the ground please inform the nearest Steward.
If you know of any unauthorised websites selling Manchester United tickets or feel you have been a victim of ticket touting please send the details to email@example.com