Visit Old Trafford
Old Trafford Stadium is the world-famous home of Manchester United, and there's plenty to do when you visit.
CORONAVIRUS: INFORMATION FOR FANS AND VISITORS
Manchester United is committed to keeping our fans informed about the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the club, and the steps being taken in response to the pandemic. The following information is being regularly updated as the situation evolves.
The Manchester United Museum & Stadium Tour will be reopening on Friday 21st May, along with the Red Café. For more information visit manutd.com/museum. The Megastore is open with a range of measures in place to protect staff and fans.MU WOMEN
Games at Leigh Sports Village will continue to take place behind closed doors until further notice for the 2020/21 season. You can visit here to read the latest statement from the club regarding this announcement.
Our plans for safely welcoming back fans to Leigh Sports Village are well advanced and we look forward to doing so as soon as we are given the go ahead. We will continue to work with local authorities on finalising our plans so that we can move quickly when restrictions allow. We thank our fans for their continued patience and will keep them informed of further developments.
The Ticketing & Membership Services office remains temporarily closed, but our staff are available to assist you from 8am-6pm Monday-Friday (until kick-off on match days). You can send a message by text to 0161 850 3969, telephone 0161 676 7770 or email email@example.com.
UEFA WOMEN’S EURO
Old Trafford had been announced to be the host venue for the opening match in the UEFA Women’s EURO, originally scheduled to be held in the summer of 2021. UEFA have now confirmed that the tournament will be postponed until 2022. We remain excited to be involved in the rescheduled tournament and will discuss with UEFA and The FA once the fixture schedules are known. For more tournament news please visit TheFA.com/WEURO
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