Accommodations in Manchester near Old Trafford Football Stadium (Manchester, United Kingdom)
Old Trafford Football Stadium (Manchester, United Kingdom)
Old Trafford Football Stadium Keeps Fans of Manchester Truly United
Known as The Theatre of Dreams, Old Trafford Football Stadium can be more of a nightmare venue for supporters of visiting clubs. In the good natured firing line, fans particularly wish defeat by a thousand goals on neighbours, Manchester City and Liverpool. Due to the ever-increasing success and popularity of the resident Manchester United team, a number of expansion projects have resulted in a viewing capacity of around 75,000; making Old Trafford the largest in the UK, apart from Wembley Stadium. For home supporters, their visit is only a little short of being a pilgrimage to home turf, where Manchester United will always win the day.
Old Trafford Football Stadium is a Top Visitor Attraction
This is much more than just a football ground. The atmosphere of positivity and success ensures that Old Trafford is also a natural choice as a venue for conferences, exhibitions, and social occasions such as children’s parties, dinners, and stag and hen dos.
Football though, is the main focus. It’s big business too with the Executive Club offering a superb setting for businesses to entertain and impress. It is the supporters though who feature as the bread and butter element of the club’s success and organised tours enable them to see behind the scenes and receive a certificated memento of the occasion.
A Visit to Old Trafford is a Transport of Delight
Not all Manchester United fans are Mancunians; they live in all areas of the UK and seize every opportunity to visit an Old Trafford game. For the London clan, it’s a train journey of two hours or more from Euston Station to Manchester Piccadilly. Then, on match days, there’s a train service to Old Trafford, or they can take the MetroLink tram. If they’ve won the lottery, they can fly from Heathrow to Manchester Airport in about an hour, and then access Old Trafford by train, tram, or taxi.
Another lottery is the one surrounding the dream of free parking at Old Trafford. Participants can take the chance by entering a ballot via their website; but there’s probably a much better chance of Manchester United winning the actual game.
Hotels Score Highly too, at Old Trafford
If visiting Manchester in search of an away win, fans expectations may be limited to some great hotels that are near to Old Trafford where the beautiful game is being played. There is, for instance, a back of the net winner at Premier Inn Manchester Old Trafford which is only about half a mile away. Then, there’s Hotel Football Old Trafford which was founded by two of United’s football legends, Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs. This is about 100 yards from Old Trafford, half a mile from Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground, and less than three miles from the undeniable delights of Manchester’s city centre. The Copthorne, Holiday Inn Manchester - West, and Chesters Hotel, also have winning facilities and are less than a mile away.
For self-catering, it’s less than a mile to the waterfront, Quay Apartments; also taking some beating is the budget-friendly hostel accommodation, less than two miles away, at YHA Manchester. With so much accommodation choice around, it’s easy to ensure a top score thrill every time with a visit to trivago.
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- Hotel Football Old Trafford
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