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Manchester United 2016/17 Fixtures

old-trafford2Jose Mourinho gets his managerial career at Manchester United under way at Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium on the opening day of the season before making his Old Trafford debut the following weekend with the visit of Southampton.

The opening Manchester derby of the season comes just one month into the season, on Sept 10, when United host City and Mourinho renews hostilities with Pep Guardiola.

Back-to-back trips to Liverpool, on Oct 15, and Chelsea seven days later, will once again thrust Mourinho into the spotlight.

Though only scheduled to play three league game in November, starting with an away trip to Swansea City, the month could prove decisive to United’s campaign.

A home game with Arsenal on Nov 19 sees the start of a potentially tricky five-game sequence that takes in West Ham (home), Everton (away), Tottenham Hotspur (home) and finally Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

While on paper December appears kind to United, the new year sees Mourinho’s side travelling to West Ham’s new Olympic Stadium on Jan 2 before Old Trafford host Liverpool.

If United have designs on regaining their place at the top of the Premier League come May, then they will have to navigate a couple of tricky trips to north London in the closing weeks with Arsenal and Tottenham both hosting Mourinho’s side.

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Premier League Fixtures
August 13 3pm Bournemouth (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
August 20 3pm Southampton (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
August 27 3pm Hull City (A) – Buy Man United Tickets

September 10 3pm Manchester City (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
September 17 3pm Watford (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
September 24 3pm Leicester City (H) – Buy Man United Tickets

October 1 3pm Stoke City (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
October 15 3pm Liverpool (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
October 22 3pm Chelsea (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
October 29 3pm Burnley (H) – Buy Man United Tickets

November 5 3pm Swansea City (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
November 19 3pm Arsenal (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
November 26 3pm West Ham United (H) – Buy Man United Tickets

December 3 3pm Everton (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
December 10 3pm Tottenham (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
December 13 8pm Crystal Palace (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
December 17 3pm West Brom (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
December 26 3pm Sunderland (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
December 31 3pm Middlesbrough (H) – Buy Man United Tickets

January 2 3pm West Ham United (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
January 14 3pm Liverpool (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
January 21 3pm Stoke City (A) – Buy Man United Tickets

February 1 8pm Hull City (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
February 4 3pm Leicester City (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
February 11 3pm Watford (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
February 25 3pm Manchester City (A) – Buy Man United Tickets

March 4 3pm Bournemouth (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
March 11 3pm Southampton (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
March 18 3pm Middlesbrough (A) – Buy Man United Tickets

April 1 3pm West Brom (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
April 4 8pm Everton (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
April 8 3pm Sunderland (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
April 15 3pm Chelsea (H) – Buy Man United Tickets
April 22 3pm Burnley (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
April 29 3pm Swansea City (H) – Buy Man United Tickets

May 6 3pm Arsenal (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
May 13 3pm Tottenham (A) – Buy Man United Tickets
May 21 3pm Crystal Palace (H) – Buy Man United Tickets

Through our relationship with ticket brokers we are able to offer Soccer Tickets Online readers tickets all Manchester United games home and away. Note that Soccer Tickets Online is not affiliated with Manchester United Football Club. If this is your first visit to Old Trafford check out our directions below or click here to view a seating chart.

Old Trafford Seating Chart
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Directions to Old Trafford by CAR
From the South:
Leave the M6 motorway at Junction 19 taking the A556 towards Altrincham. This leads onto the A56 to Manchester. Follow the A56 for about six miles and look for Sir Matt Busby Way on your left. The ground lies about 400 metres down Sir Matt Busby way although on matchdays this road is closed to all cars without parking permits.
(See tips on where to park below).

From the North:
Leave the M6 at Junction 30. Then take the M61 towards Bolton. As you reach the end of the M61, join the M63. Leave the M63 at Junction 4 and take the A5081 to Manchester. Follow the A5081 for two miles and look out for Sir Matt Busby Way on your right hand side. The ground lies about 400 metres down Sir Matt Busby way although on matchdays this road is closed to all cars without parking permits. (See tips on where to park below).

From The West:
Follow the M56 to its end, taking the M60 (W&N). Leave M60 at junction 7, taking the A56 towards Stretford. After 2 miles you will see Sir Matt Busby Way on your left. The ground lies about 400 metres down Sir Matt Busby way although on matchdays this road is closed to all cars without parking permits. (See tips on where to park below).

Parking:
There are plenty of small private car parks near to Old Trafford, but they tend to fill up pretty early. Old Trafford Cricket Ground (cost £5) does a roaring trade on match days but again, you need to arrive at least an hour, and preferably 2 hours before the match to make sure of getting a space. If you arrive later than that try parking at the Salford Quays Lowry Mall, a ten minute walk away from the stadium, which costs £3. There’s much less traffic on leaving, and the road takes you straight onto the M601 which joins up with the M62/M6. This can be helpful as it avoids the worst of the traffic taking the direct but slower route South.

By TRAIN to Old Trafford, Manchester
Probably the best way to get to Old Trafford is by train from Manchester Piccadilly mainline station, as the stadium has its own railway station next to the ground, located immediately outside the away end. To book train tickets and check train times to Old Trafford:

{ 25 comments… add one }
  • George tait November 2, 2015, 4:46 pm

    Lets work out the problems we having and let people know we are still a team to reckoned. Manu for life

  • Augustine Yeboah June 18, 2014, 12:35 pm

    pls l am appealing that manunited managers wl try their best to sign best players for the team
    united forever………………..

  • ABEBE March 4, 2012, 8:25 am

    MAN UTD ISTHE GREAT TEAM . BUT……….

  • aled thomas December 3, 2011, 3:25 pm

    hi man utd players you are go to win nigth

  • tahsın May 27, 2011, 6:38 am

    i put no mony 4 this game but barcellloo will get the cuppppp

  • Benson Tangai May 25, 2011, 2:34 pm

    Man United will win the champions league. I put my money on Rooney.

  • tahir April 13, 2011, 7:39 am

    i am very happy for going win man untd

  • wondwesn emana February 8, 2011, 12:43 pm

    manunited is the best but in this year the team is facing difficulties so much so what i went to advice sir alex is please buy a good atacking midfilder

  • festus nnadozie September 14, 2010, 6:18 pm

    manchester utd is a good team and my team aswell but i urge sir alex to do something more better in team.

  • tosin May 9, 2010, 10:24 pm

    Manchester united need to get players like robben, aguero, Ireland and benzema to assist Rooney and Nani.

  • Paige February 6, 2010, 6:55 pm

    hiya i am extremly roud of the team i think you are all great on the team watched most your games so far xx man u all the way xx

  • Oskar Nkandi May 8, 2009, 10:14 am

    Hi,

    I am so far happy with the team and they are going to win. Viva Man Utd for ever.
    Thanx

  • adelusi s s April 26, 2009, 11:03 am

    By GOD grace MAN U. is going to win

  • kiren raj March 21, 2009, 10:07 am

    sir alex , little advice to you. please do not let carlos tevez play in the important games in the EPL !!! like against liverpool!! just let him play in the the cup competitions and just as a sub in EPL GAMES!! IN THIS WAY THE QUINTUPLE CAN BE ACHIEVED

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