Old Trafford

football stadium in Manchester, England

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Manchester in North West England. Its nickname is "The Theatre of Dreams"[source?]. It is home to the club Manchester United F.C.[source?]. It is the biggest club stadium in Great Britain and second biggest stadium in Great Britain, with Wembley Stadium being the biggest[source?]. Old Trafford hosted most of England's home matches while Wembley was being built[source?]. It was built in 1910[source?]. It cost about £60,000,000 to build[source?].

The Stretford End, Old Trafford
Old Trafford
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Former namesUnited Football Ground
LocationSir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Manchester M16 0RA
Coordinates53°27'28.19" N -2°17'17.40" W
Public transitwharfside old trafford
OwnerKevin and Edward Glazer
OperatorManchester United F.C.
Capacity74,140
Record attendance76,962 Wolverhampton Wanderers VS Grimsby Town 25 March 1939
Surfacegrass
Scoreboardyes
Construction
Opened1910
Renovated2022
Expanded2023
Construction cost£600M
Tenants
Manchester United F.C. (formerly Newton Heath) 1910-present
Website
www.manutd.com