Every supporter, regardless of age, must have a valid ticket to enter the stadium. It is not advisable to bring a very small child or baby to a game but, if you do, we suggest you provide them with ear protectors as it can be very loud and also to choose seats at least 20 rows back from the pitch to prevent any injuries from the ball coming into the crowd.
Manchester United has a designated family area which has pre-match and half-time entertainment with a prized raffle draw. This is just one of the fantastic areas to sit and watch Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Baby changing facilities are available in this area with standard match tickets. Baby changing facilities are also available in the Red Cafe on a non-matchday and in Hospitality areas on a matchday.
We advise you arrive in plenty of time and familiarise yourself with the stadium. At the end of the game, it is advisable to allow the crowds to disperse before leaving your seats.
If you are concerned that your child might get lost, we recommend you give your child a safety card and pop it in their pocket. The safety card should include the child’s forename and a contact telephone number of the responsible person with them at the match. We advise you supervise your child to the toilet and keep hold of their hand when walking through the crowds as the stadium becomes extremely busy. All children should be given their ticket and keep this throughout their visit to help with relocating a child if they become separated.