Ahead of the new season, we’d like to make you aware of some changes to the Club policy regarding items you cannot bring in to the stadium on home matchdays. As a result of the latest security advice, large electronic devices including laptops and tablets will be added to the existing list of prohibited items for matchdays at Old Trafford. We apologise for any inconvenience that this might cause but we are committed to putting the safety and security of all supporters as our number one priority.
The following frequently asked questions are designed to address any queries that you might have.
Why are these changes being introduced?
In line with UK airports we are reacting to the latest security intelligence. These actions are designed to ensure the continued safety and security of all spectators.
What exactly is a large electronic device?
Any electronic device that is larger than the maximum permitted dimensions of 150mm x 100mm. This includes laptops and tablet devices such as IPads (including IPad minis).
Can I bring my smartphone or camera into the stadium?
Provided that they do not exceed the maximum permitted dimensions of 150mm x 100mm, mobile phones and small lens cameras are permitted within the stadium.
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Why is Old Trafford different from other stadiums?
The regulations at each stadium are a matter for the relevant stadium management authorities, however, the scale of Old Trafford and profile of Manchester United mean that the risk at this venue is unique.