Local MP impressed by Old Trafford facilities
Local politician Kate Green, MP for Stretford and Urmston, joined the Manchester United Disabled Supporters’ Association (MUDSA) and United staff at Old Trafford in viewing the new accessibility facilities at Old Trafford.
Speaking to MUTV, Kate Green hailed the new development and praised MUDSA’s efforts and the club’s investment, saying: “It is a fantastic facility and I'm really excited to be here and to see what's been created here because I know it's been a long-standing dream for the club and especially for the disabled supporters’ association.
"I'm just blown away by it, it's so spacious," she continued.
"It's so elegant and stylish. It has got an amazing view of the ground. It's just stunning to look out there and you can see the whole pitch really clearly in front of you, and it's got a really warm welcoming vibe as well.
"As soon as I came in, I thought, ‘This is great, this is a really nice place for people to come’.
Green summed up her feelings of pride in MUDSA, who played an integral role in the redesign and construction of the new accessibility facilities by offering advice and guidance throughout the project.
"I'm always really proud to be the MP for Manchester United but I've got to say today I'm especially proud to be the MP for MUDSA, the disabled supporters’ association," she said.
Fans who wish to access the new facilities should become an official member and get in touch with the Ticket Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. They will register you and guide you through the ticket application process. More information can also be found at www.manutd.com/accessibility.