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GroundOld Trafford
AddressSir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester M16 0RA, UK
Ground InfoFrom the early decade of the 20th century, Manchester United played their home games in a 50,000-stadium in Bank Street, after president Davies started planning for a new arena with double that capability. A site was chosen near Trafford Park commercial real property, and architect Archibald Leitch has been made to design the scene. The stadium at the time consisted of a single covered seating stand and open terraces on the other three sides. Ability was slightly over 80,000. Few changes were made to the stadium until the building of a roof within the United Road patio in 1934. In 1939, Old Trafford listed its highest presence of 76,962 through an FA Cup semi-final game involving sailors and Grimsby Town. Because of its closeness to Trafford Park industrial property, Old Trafford got heavily damaged by German air raids during World War 2. It takes eight years to rebuilt the stadium, the delays being caused by restricted postwar resources, and during this time United played at Maine Road, the floor of rivals Manchester City. In 1949, Man United moved back to a rebuilt, though bigger, Old Trafford. Incremental developments and expansions were created in these years, which culminated in the complete renovation of this United Road (North) Stand in the 1960s. This rack also held the first personal boxes to be constructed at a British floor. Old Trafford was one of the playing venues of their 1966 World Cup, during which it hosted on three group games. In those years, the power of the stadium fluctuated around 60,000. Old Trafford Stadium HD PhotoOld Trafford got slowly further enhanced from the 1970s and 1980s, for example new and far better cover, improved seating places, and enhanced executive amenities. At precisely the same time, but the development of hooliganism also caused the installation of safety fences separating the stands from the pitch. From the early 1990s, plans were made to convert the stadium into an all-seater. This entailed the demolition and replacement of the renowned Stretford End terraces along with the placement of seats in the lower-tiers of the other stands. Old Trafford got selected to be among those playing venues of the 1996 European Union, and because of this a new North Stand started from 1995. By the beginning of Euro 1996 the arena could hold about 56,000 fans. In the years after, second tiers were added to the East and West Stand, increasing capacity to 68,000 chairs. In 2006, the scene reached its present capacity when stands got built from the upper-tier corners on either side of the North Stand. Old Trafford hosted its just European closing at 2003, if the Champions League final between Milan and Juventus (0-0) was performed at the stadium. In 2011 the stadium's North Stand got renamed Sir Alex Ferguson Stand in honour of the club long-time director. Old Trafford's South Stand remains the only two-tiered stand of the scene, but growth possibilities are limited as a result of the railroad line which runs behind the stand. While Individual United has suggested that a further expansion to 95,000 chairs remains a chance, no concrete plans exist right now.
HonoursManchester United is one of the most prestigious soccer clubs and has constantly kept a distinguished heritage, a list of consistent achievement, along with a fantastic history. "The Red Devils" have significantly more national titles than Liverpool, however also the competition has accumulated more names in global tournaments.

  • First Division: 1907–08, 1910–11, 1951–52, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1964–65, 1966–67

  • Premier League: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13

  • FA Cup: 1908–09, 1947–48, 1962–63, 1976–77, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1989–90, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2003–04, 2015–16

  • League Cup: 1991–92, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2016–17

  • European Cup: 1967–68

  • UEFA Champions League: 1998–99, 2007–08

  • UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1990–91

  • UEFA Europa League: 2016–17
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      Name PositionAgeHeight
    1 David de Gea Goalkeeper 31 192cm
    2 Victor Lindelöf Defender 27 187cm
    3 Eric Bailly Defender 28 187cm
    4 Phil Jones Defender 30 185cm
    5 Harry Maguire Defender 29 194cm
    6 Paul Pogba Paul Pogba Midfielder 29 191cm
    7 Edinson Cavani Forward 35 184cm
    8 Juan Mata Midfielder 34 170cm
    9 Anthony Martial Forward 26 181cm
    10 Marcus Rashford Forward 24 185cm
    11 Mason Greenwood Forward 20 181cm
    13 Lee Grant Goalkeeper 39 193cm
    14 Jesse Lingard Midfielder 29 174cm
    16 Marcos Rojo Defender 32 187cm
    17 Fred Midfielder 29 169cm
    18 Bruno Fernandes Midfielder 27 179cm
    21 Daniel James Midfielder 24 170cm
    22 Sergio Romero Goalkeeper 35 192cm
    23 Luke Shaw Defender 26 185cm
    24 Timothy Fosu-Mensah Defender 24 190cm
    25 Odion Ighalo Forward 33 181cm
    26 Dean Henderson Goalkeeper 25 188cm
    27 Alex Telles Defender 29 181cm
    28 Facundo Pellistri Facundo Pellistri Midfielder 20 174cm
    29 Aaron Wan-Bissaka Defender 24 183cm
    31 Nemanja Matić Midfielder 33 194cm
    33 Brandon Williams Defender 21 172cm
    34 Donny van de Beek Midfielder 25 184cm
    38 Axel Tuanzebe Defender 24 186cm
    39 Scott McTominay Midfielder 25 190cm