United react to Government tier decision
Manchester United notes the government decision to keep Greater Manchester in the Tier 3 category of COVID-19 restrictions.
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With Manchester United Women playing their home games at Leigh Sports Village in Wigan, which also remains in Tier 3, fans will also not be able to attend their home matches for the time being.
Provisional plans for the return of fans to both Old Trafford and Leigh Sports Village have been published in recent weeks and are available via manutd.com/reunited. Conditional ballots had been set up with many fans applying for tickets if the region had been moved out of Tier 3.
While those fans will have to wait a little longer for their return, the club will now turn its attention to the provisional planning for the fixtures scheduled after the next tier review later in the month.
The Red Café and Museum at Old Trafford also remain closed, although the Megastore at Old Trafford is open for business in line with current retail guidelines.
Fans should continue to review and understand the new Code of Conduct that will apply and look out for club emails to announce the next provisional ballots.