Old Trafford


November 27, 2021

Old Trafford (English: Old Trafford) is a football stadium in Old Trafford. (Greater Manchester), England and is the home ground of Manchester United in the Premier League. With a capacity of 74,140, ​​Old Trafford is the largest stadium of any club in the UK. It is the second largest football stadium (after Wembley Stadium) and the eighth largest in Europe and the third largest stadium. Trafford Cricket Ground is 0.5 miles (800 meters) and adjacent to a tram stop. Old Trafford, nicknamed by Bobby Charlton "Theatre of Dreams," has been used as the home ground since 1910. However, from 1941 to In 1949, the club shared the Main Road Stadium with rivals Manchester City. Because the field was damaged by bombing during World War II.


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