Seating plan and infos for Old Trafford, Manchester.
Old Trafford is located in the west part of the city of Manchester. It has a capacity of over 75,000 and is situated on Sir Matt Busby Way in the Stretford district (Google Maps here).
Around Old Trafford there are statues and plaques celebrating the long and glorious history of Manchester United. The ground was opened in 1910 and has gone through a lot of refurbishments and transformations since, until the most important works occuring during the 90s and shaping the stadium as we see it today.
How to get to Old Trafford
by public transport: Old Trafford station is situated within a 5 minute walk of the ground. This station is accessible for wheelchair users.
please visit tgfm.com/public-transport to plan your Journey to the stadium
by car: roads around Old Trafford and the surrounding areas – including the local motorway network – are extremely busy on match days. If you are travelling to the stadium by car on matchday, you can use the post code M16 0RA, and on a non matchday, use M17 1FP. To book Official Car Parking, visit www.manutd.com/tickets
Non Matchday: From 12th April 2021, visitors to the stadium should use car park E2 only, which can be accessed from Wharfside Way West. Accessible parking spaces are available on this car park.
Matchday: Access to car parks E1 & E2 can only be gained via Wharfside Way with the relevant permits. Anyone attempting to access via Chester Road will be directed around the traffic system which will cause further delays. Where acting upon Police instructions, supporters parking on E1 & E2 may be held back after the game and we apologise for any such delays.
by bike: if you are travelling to Old Trafford by bicycle, there are free cycle racks located at the following car parks:
- N2 (Sir Alex Ferguson Stand)
- E2 (East Stand)
- W2 (West Stand)
Please note, you will need to use your own bike lock
by Taxi: if you are travelling to Old Trafford by taxi you can use the postcode M16 0RA. If you are travelling from Manchester Airport, this will take approximately 20-30 minutes and the average cost is £35. If you are travelling from Piccadilly Station, this will take approximately 15 minutes and the average cost is £10.