Manchester United are more than just a football club, they’re a brand name. The most successful club in the history of English football, the Red Devils boast of a fan following around the world which no other Premier League club can.
Despite not having won the Premier League title since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure in 2013, there has been no shortage of support at Old Trafford and away. Optimism is still at a high as Jose Mourinho enters his third season in charge of the club, looking to make the most of his expensively-assembled squad.
Here, we take a look at how one can purchase Manchester United football tickets to have an experience of a lifetime at the Theatre of Dreams.
Membership and season ticket
The official club membership costs £32 and provides exclusive access to home Premier League and cup games, discounts on tickets, the club’s café and on official merchandise, half-price entry to the stadium tour around Old Trafford and also the ability to buy multiple home football tickets for friends and family.
For members, tickets to home games start from £31 pounds for adults between ages 21 and 64, £24 for 18 to 20 year-olds, £17 for 16-17 year-oldsandsenior citizens above the age of 65, and £13 for fans under the age of 16.
For Champions League games, match ticket prices increase by £5, £7 & £10 for Round of 16, quarter-final and semi-final home games respectively.
Match tickets for the games against Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea will be allocated to fans through the Official Members’ Ballot, for which applications open approximately five weeks before the respective fixture.
Season tickets are already sold out for the 2018/19 season. The cheapest one were priced at £532 while the most expensive one was at £950, placed in both the Sir Bobby Charlton and Sir Alex Ferguson stands. Fans can put their name in on the official website for a queue for the 2019/20 season.
Manchester United offers its fans a whole host of VIP hospitality packages at Old Trafford. These include the No. 7 at Old Trafford, which gives fans facilities including five-course meal, complimentary access to the club bar, complimentary car parking, private table dining, the official matchday programme notes and a luxury padded seat in the Sir Bobby Charlton Stand. The pricing starts from £600 per person and increases based on the profile of the fixture.
There are also private and executive boxes, along with a package for the Red Café, located within the Sir Alex Ferguson stand. Access to the Red Café for Premier League matches starts from £325, and go up to £1,000 in bigger games like Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal.