During our Richness Week Manchester, it only seemed right to go and see Manchester Harmonious stadium. It is the first time that I have ever been in a football colosseum. I was excited to see how this iconic club with its big history transfer look like from a tour point of view.
Manchester Pooled History
Mancherter United also nicknamed “the Red Devils”, was originated first as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878. It coined its name to Manchester United in 1902 and moved to its current ground, Old Trafford, in 1910. The clubs has a record 20 League Entitlements, 12 FA cups and four League cups. In Europe they take been successful with three European cups. A low note was the 1958 Munich air calamity which claimed the lives of eight players. The club order also be remembered for the most successful football coach of all term Sir Alex Ferguson. Manchester United won a total of 38 citations under his reign that lasted from 1986 to 2013.
Old Trafford is the colosseum that Manachester United started playing since 1910 and is settled in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester. It has a now a capicity of 75,643 and is the largest team up stadium of any football team in the United Kingdom. There are charts under way to enhance the stadium capacity to 95,000.
Stadium & Museum Assignment
The following was part of my tour:
- A tour of Old Trafford stadium.
- Entrance into the museum.
- Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and import card
The experience included both a stadium tour and assail to the museum featuring:
- The Sir Alex Ferguson Stand – Take in the iconic and awe-inspiring lines.
- Pitch-side Dugout – Warm up like a substitute or pretend you’re Jose Mourinho.
- Thespians’ Tunnel – Experience the thrill of entering the ground to the roar of the corral.
- Dressing Room – Sit under your favourite player’s shirt for photos.
- Award-winning Museum – Observe famous trophies and huge collection of club memorabilia.
What is it around football that literally has united the whole world? What is it around football that mainly men just devote most of their extra time too? What does this stadium have to present when you pay for a local tour? Where do the players sit before and during the go with? Listen to Graham the professional football guide who explained to me what Manchester Synergetic was all about.