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Old Trafford seating?

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

For atmosphere, singing and chanting the Stretford End is where to go – however views here aren’t the best, with it especially difficult to make out the other end of the pitch from here. Prices range from £31-40 for Adults and £17-21.50 for younger fans.

For the best views, you should go the North Stand or the Alex Ferguson South Stand – as with most grounds, a better view means a diminished atmosphere and higher prices – tickets ranging from £42-51 for Adults and £22-23 for younger fans.

Away fans are located in the the East Stand, and offer unobstructed views of the pitch – there proximity to home fans often means a rowdy atmosphere and interaction between the two sets of fans.

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

The legroom can be a little bit of an inconvenience (i.e. there’s not too much of it) but the views are largely spectacular. There’s a reason that the Theatre of Dreams bears its name, and the huge stands offer great coverage of the pitch. You can check all your tickets online and see what view your seat affords.

Tickets are very reasonable given the size and fame of the club, from £30 up to £58 for the best seats in the house. It’s not a cheap day out, but well worth it to watch a team of this quality playing at home!

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