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How do I get to Old Trafford?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

There are plenty of private car parks (anywhere from £3.50-£10 per car for the duration of a game) and basically the further you park from the venue, the quicker you’ll leave. Sure, a 15 minute walk to/from your car isn’t ideal, but it beats an hour stuck inside it trying to leave the car park after!

Public transport wise, there’s a train station by the venue (aptly named Manchester United Football Ground) and a Metrolink to Sir Matt Busby Way. Both are accessible from town, or it’s a 20-minute walk from the centre.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

If travelling to Old Trafford by car, make sure you get there early as traffic around the stadium can get very congested near game time as such many people like to book a car parking space near the ground in advance – with prices around £10 a car.

Many people prefer to take public transport to the ground. Manchester’s Metro runs services to Old Trafford way, a 7 minute walk to the stadium – as well as going directly to Media City and Salford Quays where a lot of bars and restaurants are located.

Old Trafford train station is just behind South Stand and trains run frequently between there and city stations Piccadilly and Victoria.

A taxi from Piccadilly station should last under 15 minutes and cost under £10.

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