Fans' return for Fulham game moves closer

Manchester United notes the government announcement to ease COVID-19 restrictions and move to Step 3 of the roadmap out of lockdown from 17 May.

Under the Government’s COVID-19 response plan, this means that Old Trafford will be able to reopen with up to 10,000 fans in attendance, subject to local authority approval for the forthcoming match against Fulham on 18 May.  
 
The ballot for tickets opens at 8am on Tuesday 11 May and will close at 8am on Thursday 13 May.
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Watch a video explaining what fans can expect when attending a game.
International travel restrictions apply for those who have entered the ballot. All ballot applicants will be informed by the weekend if they have been successful.

Tickets will all be priced at £30 for adults, £10 for under 16s and £15 for those aged under 21 or over 65. All general admission tickets will be located in sections of the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand, the East Stand and the Stretford End. Wheelchair positions will also be available in the East Stand.
Collette Roche, Chief Operating Officer, said:
“We have waited a long time to welcome supporters back to Old Trafford, so we’re excited about the prospect of doing so for the Fulham game next week.
 
“We are committed to making the experience as safe as possible and in return we ask all fans to pay close attention to the new Code of Conduct and guidance that will be sent to all ticket holders.”

 
All relevant information for supporters, including an animated instructional safety video, will be hosted at manutd.com/reunited.

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