Will you be at Old Trafford on Sunday?
Our highly anticipated Premier League fixture against Liverpool at Old Trafford is fast approaching. Here are five things to know if you are coming to Sunday's game.
FANS URGED TO CHALLENGE AND REPORT DISCRIMINATORY BEHAVIOUR
We are committed to the fight against racism and discrimination through our ‘All Red All Equal’ platform. This weekend, Manchester United, Liverpool and the Premier League will be working together to promote the national ‘No Room for Racism’ campaign and urge fans to challenge and report discriminatory behaviour wherever they see it.
For any incidents inside the stadium, fans should report immediately to the nearest steward or send a message to the 'Virtual Steward' text service on 84222 – be sure to include the stand, row and seat number of the offender and the nature of the problem.
Meanwhile the club’s reporting tool, manutd.com/seered, can be used to report any instances of discrimination online.
As we say ahead of every game at Old Trafford, but especially ahead of one of our biggest games of the season, we would remind all fans to arrive early to ensure you avoid queues.
Make sure that you have downloaded or printed your ticket before you depart for the match and be ready to scan it as your approach the turnstile.
To help plan your journey, use www.tfgm.com/man-utd.
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RESPECT OUR NEIGHBOURS
As you are arriving at or leaving the stadium, please be considerate to our neighbours in Trafford.
Please dispose of your waste in the recycling bins located around the stadium before and after the game.
Should you require use of a toilet outside of the stadium, portacabin toilets are available in the car park opposite the East Stand and also adjacent to the Sir Alex Ferguson stand.
BE PREPARED TO SHOW YOUR COVID CERTIFICATION
Our efforts to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19 continue. You can help by wearing your mask in crowded, enclosed areas, washing your hands regularly and, of course, being prepared to present your NHS COVID Pass on request before entering Old Trafford.
Spot checks will take place and fans must be ready to prove that they are either double-vaccinated or have received a negative test result within 48 hours of the game. For more guidance on this, click here.
And finally, we know that this match is arguably the greatest fixture in the calendar, between the two most successful clubs in England. As always, passions will be high, but the message to all fans is that offensive chanting and behaviour will not be accepted. Rivalry but mutual respect is the order of the day.
Enjoy the game.