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Old Trafford Stadium, Home of Manchester United

Welcome to the grounds of Old Trafford stadium, the home of Manchester United Football Club; also known as the Theatre of Dreams.

I've been blogging about Manchester for quite awhile now. However, time after time I've been asked, "Why no Manchester United?" So I am finally going to do a post on Manchester United.

The above photo shows the north stand, which at one time can hold about 26,000 spectators. This is the most of the four stands in the stadium. With the stadium's capacity constantly increasing, at the moment it has reached in excess of 76,000.

Old Trafford Stadium, Home of Manchester United

I would like to congratulate them on their recent achievement of being the champions of English Premier League again. Well done!

Wow this is so big and beautiful. I wondered if our future National Stadium would look like this. Have a nice day, Alex.
Alicesg    Wed, 20 May 2009 09:47:37 +0800
It is big business...
Is the club not owned by a Russian tycoon?
Sidney    Wed, 20 May 2009 10:39:19 +0800
Shame on me who don't know about football at all even though I'm in the UK, haha! But I guess I should pay Manchester a visit some day.
Sugar Bean    Thu, 21 May 2009 03:57:12 +0800
Alicesg: Do you have any news about our future National Stadium? I hope it will be good.

Sidney: I think it is Chelsea that is owned by a Russian tycoon. Manchester United is owned by an American. Anyway it's still owned by a foreigner.

Sugar Bean: haha... if you ever do visit Manchester, let me know.
Alexander    Thu, 21 May 2009 04:31:58 +0800
Hey...My hubby was just telling me that thrice we been to UK and not one single visit to Old Trafford so for sure the next trip.....Old Trafford here we come

Thanks for sharing.
shionge    Sun, 24 May 2009 22:31:26 +0800
Viva Ronaldo!!
Trotter    Sun, 31 May 2009 15:11:20 +0800
shionge: You should give it a visit then.

Trotter: Oh yes!
Alexander    Mon, 01 Jun 2009 01:38:53 +0800
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