Old Trafford & Stretford End
Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. The Stretford End, officially the West Stand, is a stand at Old Trafford, the stadium of Manchester United Football Club, It takes its name from nearby Stretford. /5
Old Trafford Stretford End Manchester United David Moyes Premier League Manchester City Aston Villa Man Utd Champions League Van Persie Phil Jones Paul Stretford West Brom Ryan Giggs Jermaine Beckford Edin Dzeko Yaya Toure Chosen One Denis Law Eric Cantona
The sun is setting over Old Trafford. Thanks to Alex Rimmer for sharing this great picture over the Stretford End on Sunday…
January 3rd 2010, Old Trafford. Jermaine Beckford in front of the Stretford End, 1-0 to "little" Leeds
Reports: 45 minute delay expected to Manchester Utd v Bournemouth match. Stretford End of Old Trafford evacuated.
I've watched in venues from the Stretford End at Old Trafford, to this where my home town play.
Off to "the other" Old Trafford tomorrow. Can remember going to every match and paying 90p to stand or £1.10 to sit on the Stretford End.
He did, saw him play for them at Old Trafford after the Dons had played Oldham. £2.20 to stand in the Stretford End.
Anfield is quite a bit better tbf. Old Trafford needs to look more intimidating in the Stretford End.
Watch: Stretford End sing '12 Cantonas' as Man Utd beat Liverpool: Sample the atmosphere at Old Trafford as Ma...
Old Trafford's Stretford End is named after Wayne agent Paul Stretford.
So it begins tomorrow. The Louis van Gaal revolution dawns in earnest at Old Trafford at last. Only time will tell whether it has been an inspired move. But certainly, there seems to be a wave of optimism at the Theatre of Dreams, compared to the dark gloom that engulfed it, last year. One thing remains, who will succeed Denis Law and Eric Cantona as the King of the Stretford End? Abhishek Zagade, Anuj Shanbhag, Akash Vidyasagar, what do you think? It remains to be seen, but I see much of Denis Law in James Wilson. (There's a long way to go though.)
The last visible evidence of David Moyes' miserable reign at Manchester United was removed on Thursday as the infamous 'The Chosen One' banner was taken down from the Stretford End at Old Trafford - See more at:
More than 23 years since he made his first-team debut, Manchester United’s greatest ever player is likely to be entering his final month at Old Trafford. After featuring in 962 competitive first-team games (with friendlies it’s well over 1,000), Ryan Giggs, 40, is out of contract at the end of the season. Sir Bobby Charlton’s 758-game appearance record for Manchester United was long considered insurmountable but Giggs passed that mark more than five years ago in Moscow, when he won his second European Cup with United. Giggs has played 190 more games than the combined appearance total of United legends Eric Cantona, Cristiano Ronaldo and Nemanja Vidic. Cantona was more decisive during his time at Old Trafford, while George Best might have been a more talented footballer and Denis Law the “King of the Stretford End,” but Giggs has had many moments that will likely be highlighted when he hangs up his boots. A home-drawn “Giggs ties Forest in Notts” flag at the 1992 League Cup final, for example ...
Let’s finally dispel a widely-held myth. Manchester United are not awarded the most penalties in the Premier League. In fact, in the list of most spot-kicks awarded since the competition’s creation in 1992 they aren’t even in second place. After years of ribbing over 'Fergie time' and referees giving United the benefit of the doubt when a man in a red shirt hits the deck at the Stretford End, fans of the Old Trafford club may feel an air of vindication when they see that Liverpool have been given the most penalties in Premier League history!.FACT~Jules.
Gossip on BBC website Football Posted at 08:43 The co-editor of German sports magazine Kicker says it has "never been as easy" to play at Old Trafford as this season. Ahead of Bayern Munich's Champions League quarter-final first leg at Manchester United, Jorg Jakob tells BBC Radio 5 live: "I think Manchester United have one chance and it's all about pressing, pressing, pressing. You have to chase Bayern from the beginning - from the toilet to the Stretford End. "It's always a difficult task to play at Old Trafford, but it's never been as easy as this season."
UNITED FANS ARE BEHIND ME.moyes Manchester United manager David Moyes remains convinced he is the best man to lead the club forward, insisting he retained the support of the majority of club's fans ahead of the visit of Aston Villa. A group of disgruntled United fans have clubbed together £840 to pay for a banner reading 'Wrong One - Moyes Out' to be flown above Old Trafford in the build-up to United's lunch-time kick-off against Aston Villa. The message mocks a banner in the Stretford End which proclaims Moyes as 'The Chosen One' - a reference to the fact that Sir Alex Ferguson hand-picked Moyes to be his successor last summer. The saga took another twist on Friday after it emerged that another banner, trailed from a different plane, will be flown over the stadium at the same time. It is understood that a high-street bookmaker is behind the second banner. The bookmaker is refusing to reveal the message their plane will drag across the skies, but it is understood to not be favourable towards Moyes. If th ...
If a single banner hits the floor at Old Trafford in the coming weeks, could David Moyes's Manchester United empire crumble? Such is the significance attached to legends and symbols that, for Moyes, the future of the "Chosen One" banner draped across the Stretford End at Old Trafford could play a crucial role in his future at the club. His chances of addressing the growing issues facing the reigning Premier League champions may hinge on whether that banner stays or goes. Fans' group Stretford End Flags (SEF) raised the money for it in the summer, in recognition of Moyes's status as the man personally selected by Sir Alex Ferguson to fill the first managerial vacancy at United for more than 26 years. As Moyes lurches from one damaging result to another, the banner has become a parody of itself and some supporters have called for its removal. "The Chosen One - by Liverpool", goes one replica. "David Moyes is a football genius", another proclaims sarcastically, held up earlier this month by the visiting fans ...
Disgruntled Manchester United fans have chartered a plane to fly over Old Trafford on Saturday demanding ‘Moyes Out’. The plane is scheduled to fly over the ground for ten minutes before kick-off and then for the first five minutes of the game against Aston Villa. The supporters have confirmed it will tow a banner which reads: “Wrong One: Moyes Out.” Bake It Yourself is a reference to the ‘Chosen One’ banner hanging from the balcony of the top tier of the Stretford End. Stewards reportedly stopped fans trying to remove it during the crushing derby defeat to Manchester City on Tuesday night. On Thursday the MEN revealed that the fans were trying to raise the £840 to charter the plane and now they have confirmed they have received enough donations to pay for the flight.
'Pedestrian. Predictable. Man Utd were a mess' 26 March 2014 Updated 07:01 GMT By Phil McNulty - Chief football writer, BBC Sport The sight of a line of Old Trafford stewards guarding "The Chosen One" banner draped over the Stretford End since the appointment of David Moyes as Manchester United manager suggested the mood has started to sour. And the sound of loud and mutinous voices - not too many but enough to be noticed - raised against Moyes and even in the direction of Sir Alex Ferguson, the man who did the choosing, in the directors' box as Manchester City inflicted the latest embarrassment on the fallen Premier League champions carried even greater significance. Liverpool winning 3-0 at Old Trafford less than a fortnight ago was arguably a greater shock to the system than City winning by the same margin on Tuesday as the Merseysiders have barely appeared in United's rear view mirror in title terms in recent years. But there was a difference. United's supporters stayed in place in a noisy show of def ...
Furious Manchester United fans turned on Sir Alex Ferguson as their season hit a new low with this derby debacle. Manchester City condemned United to a record 10th Premier League defeat this season, with Edin Dzeko opening the scoring after 43 seconds. Dzeko added a second and Yaya Toure scored a third at the death on as mutiny engulfed Old Trafford at the end with supporters venting their fury. Some United fans voiced their dismay at former boss Ferguson, sat in the directors’ box, for personally appointing David Moyes as his successor. At the end six stewards were forced to guard the ‘Chosen One’ banner in honour of Moyes (below), with fans in the Stretford End attempting to tear it down. Moyes took the blame for United’s latest defeat and said local rivals City had set the standards the reigning champions must now aspire to reach. Question Do you blame Sir Alex Ferguson for Man United’s woes?
‘In 1968, the average age of supporters on the Stretford End at Old Trafford was 17; by 2008, it was over 40.’
Player Ratings: Manchester United 3-0 Olympiakos (agg 3-2) A stunning Robin Van Persie hat-trick secured the hosts' place in the last eight of the Champions League as David Moyes' men overcame a two-goal deficit from the first leg The hosts had trailed 2-0 heading into the second leg, with manager David Moyes under huge pressure to produce a result, but the Scot avoided a Greek tragedy with the help of his prolific Dutch frontman. Manchester United's season lives on. On a night when failure simply was not an option for David Moyes and his side, the Premier League champions did enough, just, to secure their passage into the last eight of Europe's premier competition. Robin Van Persie's stunning hat-trick was a fitting way to win a tie that brought the very best out of Old Trafford, with the Stretford End at its loudest for a very long time. For the first time in what feels like a very, very long time, there are smiles again at the Theatre of Dreams. Penalties have become a familiar sight at Old Trafford in ...
David Moyes has not had many to choose from - but the sprint towards the Stretford End at the interval and a beaming smile at the final whistle marked this down as his best 90 minutes as Manchester United manager. It had to be because anything other than a passage into the Champions League quarter-finals by beating a mediocre Olympiakos would have increased the pressure on his position at Old Trafford. United and Moyes rose to the challenge of hauling in Olympiakos's two-goal first leg lead courtesy of Robin Van Persie's hat-trick but the simple fact that they found themselves in a perilous position against such a limited team tells the grim tale of their season. Moyes resorted to a tried and trusted default position by suggesting his recent strife at Old Trafford was a media invention when a straw poll of United's fans would have informed him of the concerns among many about his suitability as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor. And that is why there will have been relief mixed with his elation at leading Uni ...
The people from the missing Malaysian aeroplane were found last night... In the Stretford End, Old Trafford.
What a night for my first time at Old Trafford, was exactly what was needed. I wanna live in the Stretford End!
Old Trafford was rocking tonight glad I took part in the Stretford end!!
Stretford End at Old Trafford in 1992, seen from a VIP-box.
Manchester United 3-0 Olympiakos (3-2) | Champions League match report It was a night that began with wild stories of Manchester United supporters planning to tear down the "Chosen One" banner and finished with David Moyes saluting the crowd in a new position of strength. His team had finally remembered what is expected of them inside this stadium and, in the process, they reminded everyone at Old Trafford what a special place this can be, under the floodlights, on the big occasions. They were great scenes of jubilation at the end and it feels like nitpicking to point out that the victory songs did not extend to serenading Moyes. In every other respect, this was the finest moment of his difficult, sometimes harrowing, first eight months as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor, and it may just have kept him in a job. Robin Van Persie certainly chose a good moment to rediscover his best form. If United had gone out of this competition it would have been the earliest they had surrendered any chance of silverware fo ...
Memories of another great night on the Stretford End at Old Trafford in 1984 are flooding back. 3-0 that night against Barcelona, 3-0 again tonight. 25 mins left. United and their fans need this even more than they did that night. As nervous as in the lead up to my first kiss. COME ON United!
56 - Perez has just headed just wide but thankfully it wouldn't have counted anyway as the flag was up. 54 - This tie isn't over yet though. Dominguez's free-kick has just been deflected wide of De Gea's goal, but the Spaniard would have had no chance had it been on target. 53 - Old Trafford is rocking. After a perfect end to the first half, that was the perfect start to the second. 51 - GOAL - Robin Van Persie It's a hat-trick for Robin who curls home the free-kick as Roberto stood rooted to the spot. It's 3-2 to the Reds on aggregate now. 50 - Great play from Welbeck to earn a free-kick in a dangerous position about 25 yards out. Rooney and Van Persie are stood over it. 48 - Welbeck latches on to a deflected pass and finds Valencia but his cross, via a ricochet, is easily collected by Roberto. 47 - We're underway again. Van Persie was calling for more from the Stretford End just before the second half restarted. The Reds know they're now just one goal away from the quarter-finals. 46 - There is a stoppa ...
On the 8th of December 2013 I got to fulfill a long life dream of watching my beloved Manchester United play in a Champions League game at Old Trafford. Considering Utd could be facing getting knocked out of the competition tonight against Olympiokos i thought i would share this very special moment with you all as it could be the last time we could be seeing Utd in the competition for years to come. Utd played Shakhtar Donetsk with Utd winning 1-0 Phil Jones with the winning goal putting Utd through the knock out stage without a loss in the group stage. Just hearing the Champions League anthem at the Stretford end gave me goose bumps i had to keep pinching myself it was amazing to be there and a moment in my life i will never forget. Thanks to my Dad, Peter Gosling and Grace Gosling for being there with me it was truly an unfogettable game of football.
Man Utd v Olympiakos (Agg 0-2) Old Trafford far from full with 10 minutes to go as a child waves a huge red flag in front of the Stretford End. An early goal would calm the nerves...
Steven Gerrard admits he has been 'blown away' by the intensity and the tactical planning that goes into Brendan Rodgers' daily routines at Melwood. Gerrard said: "The manager keeps tweaking and tinkering with the formation and making little subtle changes to personnel and tactics and it is coming off from week to week. "I have been absolutely blown away by his sessions, his tactics and his maturity in the job and I am learning off him every single day. "When you become a little bit of an older player, you look to see how the manager does certain things and he has been fantastic for me personally. He is a young coach who has been there and earned the right to become Liverpool manager." Gerrard kept his calm in front of a baying Old Trafford crowd, not once, but twice, to slot a brace of penalties and hand Liverpool a crucial cushion in the weekend's showpiece clash. After the captain was denied what would have been an historic treble of spot-kicks by the woodwork, Luis Suarez seized his moment in the spot ...
Manchester United fans in full voice at Old Trafford. Singing United Calypso and I See The Stretford End Arising.
Media watch As the Liverpool players cavorted in one corner, from the Stretford End came a roar of defiance. They were singing about the number of times Manchester United had been champions. Twenty. The last came less than a year ago but it already sounds like ancient history. The forlorn rebelliousness that used to be the preserve of Liverpool fans. Now they look forward on Merseyside. 'Make us dream,' read one banner. All the talk was of winning the league; and not in some distant era when it was called Division One, either. Liverpool have a chance in the here and now. They are four points behind leaders Chelsea, with a game in hand, to be played at home against Sunderland on March 26. Manchester City and Chelsea also have to visit Anfield in April. And this is a team in form. Justice was done at Old Trafford. The scoreline did not flatter Liverpool in the least, adding to the feeling of sea change. Liverpool have been coming to Manchester for 118 years and have won away to United on just 16 occasions. ...
the story would be about them first and Liverpool second. Whether the deficiencies are with the manager David Moyes or in the minds of the players no longer matters. There is only one way this appointment is going to turn out. Moyes has had fair backing from the Stretford End faithful who defiantly belted out "20 times Man United" long after the final whistle and even on the trams back into town from Exchange Quay. The patience now, however, is about to be severely tested. Had United turned Liverpool over and gone on to beat Olympiakos and Manchester City then the season, and by extension Moyes' stewardship, would have looked all the rosier. After this dispiriting home defeat, the games against Olympiakos and City are being approached with United fans watching from between their fingers. The Liverpool match might not have been the final nail in the Moyes coffin but it felt like the first. Being at Old Trafford these days is an unpredictable business. 18 points have been snaffled by visiting teams this sea ...
From Fergie time to garbage time: Moyes' United humiliated in Liverpool defeat The Old Trafford outfit barely put up a fight against Brendan Rodgers' title challengers, who embarrassed their hosts with a sublime display at the Theatre of Dreams COMMENT By Peter Staunton at Old Trafford The most damning part of this monumental defeat for Manchester United against Liverpool at Old Trafford? That with 20 minutes to go it looked over. We had moved into what is termed in American sports as "garbage time" - that period which comes after all the significant action has taken place and teams are playing out the clock. From the hosts there was nothing, not only single flicker of hope to feed the furnace that defiantly continued to burn in the Stretford End. We know there have been changes at United this season, big changes, but not in a long time have the 11 men on the field looked so forlorn, so miserable, so beaten and so early too. At the end of damaging losses, managers speak of the need to take the positives. ...
Welcome to ! Good luck for your career in our mighty Old Trafford. We'll sing for you from Stretford End!
Safe Standing in Stretford End lower and East stand lower in Old Trafford would be a dream! Atmosphere would on another level
With the Stretford End at the opposite end of Old Trafford meaning that we get large sections of the ground singing and makin…
Twas the night before Christmas, Old Trafford was bare. The staff all gone home, there was nobody there.. The lights cast a shadow, a soft glimmer which lit up the soft green grass on the pitch. Just as the clock gave out its twelfth chime An old man appeared, as if frozen in time. He gazed at the tunnel, then broke out in voice "ITS TIME TO BEGIN.. LETS HAVE YOU MY BOYS" Out from the tunnel appeared a lone figure Same as in life, only infinitely bigger The old man called out as he slowly drew near "good evening Duncan, are the rest of you here" The figure broke out in wide open smile "Good Evening Sir Matt, it has been a long while The rest are all coming, they'll be here soon," As seven more shadows were cast by the moon. Whelan and Bent, Pegg, Taylor and Byrne, Jones , and Colman, they came out in turn. He greeted each one, just by calling their name then proudly announced "do you fancy a game" They took to the pitch, and the still night was broken By leather on leather, not one word was spoken They pl ...
The last three times I've been to watch Liverpool, we've lost. 2-0 to West Brom, 3-2 to QPR and on penalties to Northampton Town. So I'm either being very brave, or very stupid going to Old Trafford tonight, and sitting in the Stretford End. Either way, Suarez is back! YNWA.
This was the view from the Stretford End at Old Trafford. Show us how you enjoyed yesterday's game using
Police watch the crowd at Stretford End at Manchester United's Old Trafford. 1969
1 – Robin Van Persie has scored 12 of his 28 goals at Old Trafford... but only one in front of the Stretford End.
That goal coincided with my 1st sons 1st visit to Old Trafford..Left foot screamer, Stretford End vs Lfc on sons debut - stuff of dreams!
RVP seems to have scored nearly all his Old Trafford goals at the easy stand side and not at the Stretford End. Is this true?? Adam
when was the last time Liverpool set a 'smoke bomb' off at Old Trafford then??
ManU koduleheküljel valii Sunderlandi mängu parimaks Van Persie, saades 35% häältest. Järgnesid David De Gea (24%), Tom Cleverley (22%), Ashley Young (18%), Phil Jones (6%). Huvitavaid fakte veel mängust: 14:09 Did you know that Robin Van Persie's goal against Sunderland was the 1500th scored by the Reds at Old Trafford during Sir Alex's reign? Can you remember the first? John Sivebaek bagged it in a 1-0 win over QPR on 22 November 1986. (JT) I also met the 'Lawman' at a dinner for 80 of Old Trafford’s oldest season-ticket holders on Friday. The event was a great occasion and I was lucky enough to speak to a lovely lady called Constance Done, a 97-year-old Red who's been sitting in the Stretford End for over 50 years. Now that’s dedication! You can read more about the occasion in United Review (vs West Brom) later this month Järgmine mäng pühapäeval võõrsil Swanseaga
[AVAILABLE] A pair for West Ham in Stretford End, contact if interested & be at Old Trafford for
It was 20 years ago today, Fergie bought a French guy to play, He came with elegance and style, And he taught Old Trafford how to smile, So let me introduce to you, The red you’ve known for all these years, King Eric, Stretford End legend!
Sitting in the Stretford End at Old Trafford with a Liverpool wallpaper on show! Wasn't my brightest idea
Old Trafford here I come seat 950 stretford end home sweat home:)
Who needs the Stretford End (at Old Trafford) as Man U's 12th man...Arsenal's CEO, Ivan Gazidis, is doing the job just fine.
View from the Stretford End yesterday. Great 2nd half display. The less said about the first @ Old Trafford
Old Trafford tonight for the match in Stretford End stand... Yes please
I was immediately beside the Stretford End at Old Trafford yesterday. There were absolutely no chants or songs sung that showed either disrespect or reference to the victims of Hillsborough. Yes, there were the usual "sign on, sign on..." chants but even these were minimal. The press need to get this differentiation right. Just because there is no love lost between our two sets of supporters, this does not mean that we are not fully supportive of the families to get justice and truth for what happened at Hillsborough.
It's all booked now. 7 weeks times exactly and we will be in the Stretford End at Old Trafford ready to watch Manchester United v SC Braga... Cannot wait!
It was final kick at the Stretford End at Old Trafford that won EPL title number 19 for Manchester United
I just flew over Old Trafford!! :D :D :D I saw Stretford End from the sky! .. what I would've given for a parachute and a solid excuse to open the emergency hatch, but instead in Heathrow airport I sit ..
Cal's Alex Morgan scores the US women's winning goal against Canada, at the Stretford End, no less!
have a spare ticket for the Olympic football on Sunday at Old Trafford. It's cost me £20 so I'd like to get my money back on it. I'm still going. You'll get to see Brazil aswell. Really good seats in Stretford End. Anyone interested let me know. No Liverpool fans though!
Manchester United Fans buzzing at half time in the K Stand concourse, Old Trafford!
Ali Ahmed New kid on the block. (the block for Old Trafford, hence, Stretford End).
Manchester United has played at Old Trafford for the last 102 years. Loudest supporters are in Stretford End
OFFER OF A LIFETIME ! For 1 season only i have 2 season tickets available at Old Trafford. The price is £703 per season ticket, this is for League games only, Champions League games are additional. The seats are in the West Stand (Stretford End) and if you you speak to anyone that has accompanied me at any of the games they will tell you that these seats are the buisness. I really do NOT want to let these seats go forever but just at the moment need the money for some other important things that need to get done. This is for one season only so if there is anyone out there that fancies this once in a lifetime offer, please get in touch.
Old Trafford(Theatre Of Dreams): Built in 1909, by famous Scottish architect Archibald Leitch, for the then huge sum of 60,000(pounds) it was terraced on three sides with a seated main stand undercover. In 1911 and 1915 it held the FA Cup Final and in 1920 it had its largest ever attendance of 70,504 for a league game against Aston Villa. The FA Cup Semi-Finals of 1939 of Portsmouth vs Grimsby would top that with 76,962. The stadium was heavily damaged in World War 2 and for awhile United played at local rivals, Manchester City's Maine Road stadium from 1946-1949. Old Trafford was a venue for the 1966 World Cup and also held the 1970 FA Cup Final replay between Chelsea and Leeds. Old Trafford became the first stadium to erect perimeter fencing in the 1970s to combat crowd disturbances. In the 1960s, 70s and 80s, over 58,000 could pack into Old Trafford. Gradually the entire ground was redeveloped in the 70s and 80s, culminating with the Stretford End in 1994. However in the early 1990s, the Taylor Report ...
do not get better than a 1-0 win at Old Trafford over Beckford at the Stretford End
Very true. Us in the Stretford End are the only noise at Old Trafford at the moment. Prices like they are wont help..
Just bought tickets for Socceraid at Old Trafford (in the Stretford End!!!) on 27th May. Can't stop smiling :)
Just seen my seats for Old Trafford!! Stretford End lower tear with a possibilty of sitting in VIP on main stand!!! Can't wait :)
you know your at Old Trafford when you win the league infront of the Stretford end!!!
Of games I've been to - Fletcher at Old Trafford looping header vs Chelseas won 1-0 was in Stretford End
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