Manchester United tickets

There is currently 4 companies that offer tickets and travel packages with Manchester United

If you are looking for Manchester United FC tickets, this page is for you. We have gathered all the ticket vendors and travel agents in one place, which allows you to compare prices in a transparent way.

How to buy tickets to Manchester United matches?

The simplest and easiest way is to buy from a retailer of the club, thus avoiding becoming a member and applying for tickets. You complete your purchase in a few minutes and can then start packing the bag. There are now a lot of sellers, which means that you, as a traveler, have many options to choose from.

Compare all the tickets of Manchester United FC

Because there are so many vendors and prices may vary so much, we have launched this service to help you find the match tickets that suit you. Are you looking for tickets to a particular section of the stands, or are the seats perhaps not so important to you? All possible options are available so the choice is yours.

Football trips to Manchester United matches

An alternative to putting the trip together yourself is turning to a travel agency with several years of travel experience with the club. You can then get a package including a great hotel and a flight that is tailored to fit the match and the journey.

Old Trafford, Manchester

Enjoy top football along with 75,000 others at the great Old Trafford, visit the museum, or why not do a stadium tour in connection with your football trip.

Fixtures 2017/2018

29 april
Manchester United vs Arsenal
Old Trafford
Premier League
from 121 €
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4 may
Brighton vs Manchester United
Falmer Stadium
Premier League
from 268 €
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10 may
West Ham vs Manchester United
Olympic Stadium
Premier League
from 121 €
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13 may
Manchester United vs Watford
Old Trafford
Premier League
from 134 €
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19 may
Chelsea vs Manchester United
Wembley Stadium
FA Cup
from 659 €
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Manchester United Tickets and travel

Buy Your Football Tickets and Come to the City of Manchester to Feel the Magic of Football.

Manchester United were founded in 1878, and they are one of the most successful football clubs in the world. It is also the third richest football club in the history of football. By coming to Manchester during this season, you will have the opportunity to visit the famous home stadium of the football club, Old Trafford, which has the capacity of 75,000 people. Manchester United won the UEFA championship three times as well as 20 league titles. You can immerse in the history of the club and find out interesting details during your visit to Manchester. Buy your football tickets today and expect to have a memorable experience in Manchester.

The city is an interesting place to visit, as it is the second largest city in the United Kingdom. You can definitely do a lot of exciting activities in Manchester since it presents various attractions to visitors from all over the world. The Imperial War Museum is one of these places illustrating the importance of history to the British. Reserve your tickets at your convenience, and you can expect memories that you will not forget. Other attractions appealing to tourists are Heaton Park, Manchester Town Hall, Urbis, and the Wheel of Manchester. Your football trip to Manchester can be more exciting if you combine it with city tourism. Do not be late to book your tickets in advance. A promising football season will soon kick off.

About Manchester United

Manchester United, or the Red Devils as they are affectionately known, is the most successful club in English Premier League. The club moved to is current home at Old Trafford in 1910 and since then have won a record 20 League titles and 11 FA Cups.

However, the clubs success in Europe is unmatched by many of their Premier League rivals, winning no less than three European cups as well three other European trophies and the World Club Championship.

During the 1998/9 season the club famously won a continental treble consisting of the FA Cup, the Premier League and the Champions League, becoming the first English side to achieve this. Incredibly, that final was won with a fierce second half fight back after United went 2-0 down.

Much like Liverpool, Manchester United has suffered tragedy. In 1958, an air crash was responsible for 8 players loosing their lives in what became known as the Munich Air Disaster.

Manchester United‘s most prolific period has been in recent decades when, with Sir Alex Ferguson as manager, they won the majority of their trophies. Sales of football tickets and merchandising have brought fame and fortune, with the club recently being listed as the third richest in the world.

Tickets to watch Premier League home games can cost between £53 and £31, depending upon which part of the stadium you sit.

Manchester is a vast city which has much to offer the would-be traveller. Noted attractions include: The Lowey Exhibit, The Imperial War Museum North, National Museum of Football, Victoria Baths and the Opera House.