Compare football packages with Manchester United FC

Manchester United is the most successful club in English football and therefore football trips to see Manchester United are very popular among fans all over the world. With a coach like Mourinho and players like Lukaku, Pogba and lately also Sánchez, they have begun to build something really big. If you want to see the team fight for titles during 2018/2019, it's time to compare prices from ticket vendors and travel agents.

How to buy a football trip to Manchester United FC matches?

On our site you will not only find tickets to Manchester United home games, but also packages including hotels and flights. First decide with your fellow travelers what match you want to see, then compare the different prices and what's included in the football trip. The travel agencies listed on our site are their partners for many years, and you can feel safe in your purchase. How do you want the tickets to be delivered? Sent to your hotel in Manchester or home in the mailbox before departure?

Visit the museum of Manchester United or go on a stadium tour

In conjunction with your trip, you can also explore Old Trafford, check out Sir Alex Ferguson Stand, changing room and game tunnel. Imagine the feeling of coming out to this arena for 75,000 wanderers! At the museum you can read about the club's more than 100 years of history, players and coaches. If Manchester United is your favorite team, you should also take a look at the souvenir shop.

Buy Manchester United tickets today and start dreaming

Old Trafford is located just over 3 km outside the city center, so the easiest way to get there is to walk. You can also choose between tram, bus or taxi to get to the arena. Tickets for Man U's home matches are not easy to buy because of the high demand. If you are a member of the club, you can apply for tickets and possibly get the opportunity to buy. Another way is to turn to one of the sellers we list here on the site to secure your tickets.

Fixtures 2019 | 2020

24 aug 2019
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr64 €
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31 aug 2019
Southampton vs Manchester United
St Mary's Stadium
Premier League
fr 129 €
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14 sep 2019
Manchester United vs Leicester
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr71 €
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22 sep 2019
West Ham vs Manchester United
Olympic Stadium
Premier League
fr87 €
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30 sep 2019
Manchester United vs Arsenal
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr 131 €
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6 oct 2019
Newcastle vs Manchester United
St James Park
Premier League
fr 286 €
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19 oct 2019
Manchester United vs Liverpool
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr 229 €
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27 oct 2019
Norwich vs Manchester United
Carrow Road
Premier League
fr 524 €
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2 nov 2019
Bournemouth vs Manchester United
Dean Court
Premier League
fr 464 €
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10 nov 2019
Manchester United vs Brighton
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr80 €
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23 nov 2019
Sheffield United vs Manchester United
Bramall Lane
Premier League
fr 429 €
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1 dec 2019
Manchester United vs Aston Villa
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr76 €
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3 dec 2019
Manchester United vs Tottenham
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr 131 €
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7 dec 2019
Manchester City vs Manchester United
Etihad Stadium
Premier League
fr 190 €
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14 dec 2019
Manchester United vs Everton
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr86 €
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21 dec 2019
Watford vs Manchester United
Vicarage Road
Premier League
fr 140 €
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26 dec 2019
Manchester United vs Newcastle
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr 104 €
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28 dec 2019
Burnley vs Manchester United
Turf Moor
Premier League
fr 379 €
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1 jan 2019
Arsenal vs Manchester United
Emirates Stadium
Premier League
fr 201 €
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11 jan 2019
Manchester United vs Norwich
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr85 €
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18 jan 2019
Liverpool vs Manchester United
Anfield
Premier League
fr 372 €
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21 jan 2019
Manchester United vs Burnley
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr82 €
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1 feb 2019
Manchester United vs Wolverhampton
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr85 €
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8 feb 2019
Chelsea vs Manchester United
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
fr 249 €
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22 feb 2019
Manchester United vs Watford
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr81 €
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29 feb 2019
Everton vs Manchester United
Goodison Park
Premier League
fr 121 €
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7 march 2019
Manchester United vs Manchester City
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr 202 €
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14 march 2019
Tottenham vs Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Premier League
fr 216 €
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21 march 2019
Manchester United vs Sheffield United
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr87 €
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4 april 2019
Brighton vs Manchester United
Falmer Stadium
Premier League
fr 414 €
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11 april 2019
Manchester United vs Bournemouth
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr87 €
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18 april 2019
Aston Villa vs Manchester United
Villa Park
Premier League
fr 429 €
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25 april 2019
Manchester United vs Southampton
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr87 €
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2 may 2019
Crystal Palace vs Manchester United
Selhurst Park
Premier League
fr 250 €
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9 may 2019
Manchester United vs West Ham
Old Trafford
Premier League
fr 102 €
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17 may 2019
Leicester vs Manchester United
King Power Stadium
Premier League
fr 571 €
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Football packages with Manchester United

Manchester United is one of the greatest football clubs in the world, both in terms of merits and in the number of fans. Since the beginning of the 90’s, United has been a force to be reckoned with in English as well as European football. Seldom is there a season without Manchester United winning at least on big title.

Manchester United has a policy about only offering tickets on the internet. If you are a member of the official Manchester United fan club, you’ll get a discounted price. The simplest way is to book hotel and game ticket or flights, game ticket and hotel in a package. Then you won’t have to puzzle together the different pieces of your football trip by yourself.

With 19 League titles (the latest in 2011), 11 wins in the FA Cup, four victories in the League Cup and three golds in Champions League, Manchester United is really a great club. Among the greatest stars in recent years we find Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney. The last one is pretty much who manager Sir Alex Ferguson builds the entire team around.

Briefly about Old Trafford

Old Trafford, nicknamed The Theatre of Dreams, is a mighty scene indeed. This is the place where the great English team Manchester United plays its home games, and often in front of sold-out seats. If Manchester United is your team then a visit to Old Trafford is something you simply have to do at least once in your life.

If you attend a Manchester United home game, you will be in the good company of around 75,000 other spectators. Old Trafford is the largest stadium for a club team in Great Britain. Only Wembley Stadium can hold more spectators than Old Trafford.

Old Trafford resides in the neighborhood Trafford, about three kilometers from central Manchester. The simplest way to get to the stadium is by the tram from Piccadilly Station. The journey to Old Trafford Station takes around 15 minutes, and then you only have to walk for five minutes to get to the stadium. On game days there is also a special train that leaves from central Manchester to Old Trafford’s own railway station.


The stadium was built in 1909 and was by the standards of that time an impressive stadium. The first game at Old Trafford was played against Liverpool, which is now an arch rival of United. Sadly, United lost the game (3-4).

During World War II, Old Trafford was badly hit by German bombers. United even had to abandon its stadium in favor for Manchester City’s Maine Road for almost ten years. Luckily, the stadium was rebuilt shortly after, and in 1949 they once again played their home games at Old Trafford.

In modern times, Old Trafford has undergone significant changes. Up until the late 1990’s, the spectator capacity of the stadium steadily shrank. This was because of new rules for spectator safety that were being put into place. During the 1996 European Championships, Old Trafford could handle 56,000 spectators. Since then, the stadium has been expanded several times, and nowadays Old Trafford can hold 75,811 spectators according to official numbers.

Other things to do in Manchester

Manchester has shed itself of some of its industrial background, and today Manchester is a modern city with a youthful pulse. Good food, evening and night entertainment and top-notch shopping are just some of the activities that Manchester has on offer. If you enjoy going to night clubs, then you should really visit Manchester during the fall, when many exclusive night club concerts are arranged.

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