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 Old Trafford manutdweb.com - Unofficial Manchester United News and Views
Old Trafford is currently the largest league ground in Great Britain, with a capacity of 67,706.
Recent developments to Old Trafford saw three sides of the ground have an extra tier added.
Recent developments have seen it become one of the best grounds in Europe, and with all four stands going round all the corners the ground is completely enclosed making it look that little bit extra special.
www.sportnetwork.net /main/s237/st24702.htm   (318 words)

  
 The Internet Football Grounds Guide - Old Trafford, Manchester United Football Club
Old Trafford is the largest league ground in England; what has made it so special is having the stands envelop the corners, making the stadium completely enclosed.
As you probably know Old Trafford is billed as the 'Theatre Of Dreams' and is certainly one of the best grounds in the country.
Football Hotels who are powered by Activehotels, who specialise in locating accommodation near or within a short travelling distance of the football ground.
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 Old Trafford (football) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The football stadium is close to the Old Trafford cricket ground.
Old Trafford is by far the largest club ground in Britain and is all-seater, which is a legal requirement of all higher league British club grounds and new stadia developments since the Taylor Report in the early 1990s.
Old Trafford Football Stadium (given the nickname The Theatre of Dreams by Bobby Charlton) is the home of Manchester United F.C., one of the most famous football clubs in the world.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Old_Trafford_(football)   (934 words)

  
 Old Trafford says no to football
Lancashire and England officials debated yesterday whether to show the football, either on a specially installed big screen or on monitors in various sections of the ground.
It could lead to some fans leaving Old Trafford midway through the game to get to the nearest big screen.
But they were hamstrung by safety fears and decided not to show the football.
www.manchesteronline.co.uk /sport/cricket/s/122/122055_old_trafford_says_no_to_football.html   (297 words)

  
 SkyscraperCity Forums - (FOOTBALL) Manchester, England, UK - Old Trafford Stadium - expansion (75,000)
SkyscraperCity Forums - (FOOTBALL) Manchester, England, UK - Old Trafford Stadium- expansion (75,000)
(FOOTBALL) Manchester, England, UK - Old Trafford Stadium- expansion (75,000)
But every Premiership match at Old Trafford has been a sell-out since the last redevelopment was completed four years ago, giving rise to this latest announcement.
www.skyscrapercity.com /showthread.php?t=98742   (889 words)

  
 Official Lancashire County Cricket Club Website
Move to the right-hand lane to join the A5067 Talbot Road (there is a local sign for Old Trafford Cricket Ground just before the junction).
The MetroLink is also connected to both mainline railway stations, Piccadilly & Victoria, and runs to Old Trafford Station, next to the cricket ground.
Below are directions to Old Trafford based on using the motorway network around Manchester, in particular the M60 Ring Road.
www.lccc.co.uk /dev/displaynews.php?id=63   (714 words)

  
 Old Trafford Ground Review Terrace Culture - Unofficial English Football Ground Archive News and Views
Old Trafford has its own train station next to the ground.
The largest or one of the largest grounds in England is an understatement really, with so many of Old Trafford's features.
As soon as you step into the stadium, it is what it says, The Theatre of Dreams.
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 Rstadium.htm
Old Trafford also staged several games during the European Championships in 1996 when England had the pleasure of hosting the event.
Old Trafford was such a great stadium when it was built that it hosted several FA Cup finals, and became one of the most famous stadiums in England.
Old Trafford will remain a true crowd-puller for many years to come on match-days, and simply in attracting tourists to the stadium tour or to the café's or mega-store that reside within the stadium complex.
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 Internet Football Ground Guide - Away Days, Old Trafford, Manchester United
Old Trafford is certainly one of my favourite grounds, as it is unparalleled by anywhere in England at this moment (obviously there are grounds in other parts of the UK better placed to challenge, such as the Millennium Stadium, Parkhead, Ibrox, and the Vetch Field).
Old Trafford is not a difficult place to find but actually getting near the vicinity on a match day is another matter entirely.
Old Trafford seems to get better every time I see it - I last came here with Leicester last November for our league game and it seems to have improved, but I the only thing I can point to regarding this seems to be my eagle-eye view this time.
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 Old Trafford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Old Trafford Cricket Ground - Home of Lancashire County Cricket Club.
Old Trafford Football Stadium- Home of Manchester United Football Club of the FA Premier League
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Old_Trafford   (100 words)

  
 Football Old Trafford's final honour
Old Trafford's 68,000 capacity, the international prestige associated with the Theatre of Dreams, the proximity to an international airport and the upgrading of Manchester's hotel facilities for next summer's Commonwealth Games helped it finish ahead of the Amsterdam Arena.
Manchester United may be far from certain of taking part in next year's Champions League but, whatever happens between now and the end of Sir Alex Ferguson's valedictory season, Old Trafford is guaranteed a significant role after being named yesterday as the venue for the 2003 European Cup final.
United's application, submitted on their behalf by the Football Association, was one of nine considered by Uefa, with Ajax, Schalke 04, Stuttgart, Feyenoord, Hamburg, Torpedo Moscow and Real Madrid all in contention along with the Stade de France.
football.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,4319853-103,00.html   (587 words)

  
 Destination Trafford
The North of the Borough has a distinctly sporting flavour, football fans from all over the world flock to Old Trafford Football Ground home to
Nearby, the other Old Trafford home of Lancashire County Cricket Club has been a Test Match venue for more than 100 years.
In recent years the 2 Old Traffords have played host to a number of pop concerts by stars such as Robbie Williams, Bruce Springstein and Bon Jovi.
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 Stadium Football: Old Trafford, Home of Manchester United
Known to some as the 'Theatre Of Dreams', Old Trafford is easily one of the most impressive stadiums in England with an atmosphere to match such a claim.
With its present capacity, Trafford Stadium, as it is otherwise known is the largest league ground in England.
Manchester United, being the most wealthy football club in the world, have a stadium that you would expect of a team of such wealth and prowess.
www.stadium-football.co.uk /oldtrafford.htm   (103 words)

  
 The Fans Memorial for George Best - Old Traffod Football Ground The News is NowPublic.com
Following the death of George Best on Friday the 25th November 2005, 1000's of fans came and placed flowers, shirts, hats and scarves at the fans memorial at Old Trafford football ground.
The location of the Fans Memorial was facing the front entrance to the Old Trafford ground on a broad section of footpath.
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 Friends of Old Trafford
For most people the name Old Trafford conjures little more than a world class Football Stadium and Cricket Ground; but for those of us who live here it is far more, it is one of the most vibrant integrated multicultural areas in Greater Manchester.
Old Trafford was a rural area consisting mainly of farms and smallholdings and largely remained so up to the later half of the 1800's.
Old Trafford derives its name from the de-Trafford family, who owned large estates in the area and had Trafford Hall as their family home.
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 Old Trafford Football Ground (Manchester United) - North West England - UK Activity
Old Trafford, also known as the ’Theatre of Dreams’ is the biggest football club ground in England.
A statue of Sir Matt Busby, a Manchester United legend, watches proudly over the Old Trafford forecourt.
It is therefore both a popular tourist attraction and, of course, a regular retreat for keen followers of Manchester United Football Club.
www.ukactivity.com /north-west-england/old-trafford.htm   (156 words)

  
 Football stadium - Old Trafford (football) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Old Trafford Football Stadium (given the nickname The Theatre of Dreams by Bobby The football stadium is close to the Old Trafford cricket ground.
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 Big Football Forum :: Fun and games at Old Trafford...
Joel, Avi and Bryan Glazer had to leave Old Trafford in police vans after fans angry at their £790m takeover protested outside the ground on Wednesday.
Big Football Forum :: Fun and games at Old Trafford...
The Old Trafford director, who was rumoured to be fired by the new regime in newspaper reports, met with Joel, Avi and Bryan Glazer during the Americans' trip to the club's home.
www.big-football-forum.co.uk /forum/viewtopic.php?t=24642   (2435 words)

  
 Terrorism at Old Trafford - Footie Threads
Anyone planning an attack at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium would have risked being frisked by security guards or police on their way into the ground.
The Sun said the arrests were made after months of eavesdropping on mobile telephone calls and surveillance by British and American authorities.
I was in a bit of shock at "what might have happened" after reading this.
footiethreads.com /forum/showthread.php?t=9079   (402 words)

  
 Old Trafford (Manchester United) in Manchester - North West England - UK Attraction
Old Trafford, also know as the ’Theatre of Dreams’ is the biggest football club ground in England.
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Old Trafford (Manchester United) in Manchester - North West England - UK Attraction
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 Old Trafford (football)
Old Trafford currently has the largest ground capacity of any English football stadium, holding just over 68,000 spectators.
The football stadium is next to the Old Trafford cricket ground.
Old Trafford football stadium is the home of Manchester United F.C, one of the most famous football clubs in the world.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/o/ol/old_trafford__football_.html   (229 words)

  
 News - Yorkshire Post Today: News, Sport, Jobs, Property, Cars, Entertainments & More
IT'S NOT exactly Old Trafford or St James' Park but for as little as £200 a football fan could sponsor the Pontefract Collieries FC ground.
The club, which plays in the Northern Counties East Football League, is believed to be the first in the country to try to attract ground sponsors on the internet.
The club has put its Skinner Lane ground name up for sale – giving even the smallest investor a chance to buy their own piece of sporting fame.
www.yorkshiretoday.co.uk /ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=55&ArticleID=1072615   (405 words)

  
 The Internet Football Grounds Guide - Old Trafford, Manchester United Football Club
Old Trafford is the largest league ground in England; what has made it so special is having the stands envelop the corners, making the stadium completely enclosed.
As you probably know Old Trafford is billed as the 'Theatre Of Dreams' and is certainly one of the best grounds in the country.
Going along the A56, as the stadium emerges in front of you, follow the signs for Old Trafford Cricket Ground, which means that you will bear off the A56 to the right.
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 The Internet Football Grounds Guide - Old Trafford, Manchester United Football Club
Old Trafford is the largest league ground in England; what has made it so special is having the stands envelop the corners, making the stadium completely enclosed.
As you probably know Old Trafford is billed as the 'Theatre Of Dreams' and is certainly one of the best grounds in the country.
The Club have announced that they have been given planning permission to increase the capacity of Old Trafford to around 76,000.
dspace.dial.pipex.com /town/park/yfh45/manu.htm   (2276 words)

  
 The Internet Football Grounds Guide - Old Trafford, Manchester United Football Club
Old Trafford is the largest league ground in England; what has made it so special is having the stands envelop the corners, making the stadium completely enclosed.
As you probably know Old Trafford is billed as the 'Theatre Of Dreams' and is certainly one of the best grounds in the country.
Going along the A56, as the stadium emerges in front of you, follow the signs for Old Trafford Cricket Ground, which means that you will bear off the A56 to the right.
dspace.dial.pipex.com /town/park/yfh45/manu.htm   (2276 words)

  
 The Internet Football Grounds Guide - Old Trafford, Manchester United Football Club
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The Club have announced that they have been given planning permission to increase the capacity of Old Trafford to around 76,000.
Like a team that's going to win the Football League (or whatever competition),
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 Manchester Old Trafford
Bruce Springsteen plays Manchester's Old Trafford cricket ground on the 29th May 2003, the night after the football...
Hotels Of Manchester - available Old Trafford cricket ground hotels for the Bruce Springsteen concert 29th May 2003...
hotels near Old Trafford football and cricket stadiums, Manchester.
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 BBC SPORT Football My Club Man Utd Old Trafford 'unsafe'
An independent report says fans who stand at Manchester United's Old Trafford ground are at risk as barriers are not designed to hold them back.
The report, commissioned by Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council, said a major incident could not be ruled out at the 67,500-capacity ground.
Fans in the top tiers of the ground are most at risk, the report added.
news.bbc.co.uk /sport1/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/3584091.stm   (771 words)

  
 Old Trafford Tickets - Manchester United Tickets - Old Trafford
Old Trafford is the largest league ground in England with a capacity of 67,721 (all seated).
The Old Trafford Stadium is home to one of the best and most popular football clubs of the world, Manchester United.
The Old Trafford ticket prices are set by the ticket seller and may differ from face value.
www.soldouteventtickets.com /listings/276/276/8644/Venues/old-trafford   (318 words)

  
 Old Trafford (cricket) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The cricket ground is near the Old Trafford football stadium, in the borough of Trafford in
Old Trafford cricket ground has been the home of
Old Trafford Cricket Ground on Cricinfo ( http://www.cricket.org/link_to_database/GROUNDS/ENG/MANCHESTER/OLD_TRAFFORD_00075/)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Old_Trafford_(cricket)   (318 words)

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