Manchester United will sit out the opening weekend of the new Premier League season – before facing a tough run of fixtures through September and October.
Following United’s prolonged run in the Europa League, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will sit out the opening round of the new campaign.
With their trip to Burnley postponed, United will instead start the season against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on the weekend of September 19.
After then visiting Brighton, United face a tricky set of games.
Frequently Asked Questions About Buying Manchester United Tickets
Can I buy Manchester United tickets from you?
Manchester United tickets are available for purchase via our Manchester United tickets partner Sports Events 365. If this is your first visit to Old Trafford check out our directions below or click here to view a seating chart.
Do Manchester United games sell out?
Whilst the best place to purchase Manchester United tickets is directly from the club box office, the fixtures always sell-out and buying tickets directly is very difficult. The is why we use our Manchester United ticket provider so that you can see every Premier League and Champions League matches.
Where are the best seats in Old Trafford?
Old Trafford is a large stadium with stands on all four sides and additional seating areas in the corners of the ground. The best views can probably be found in the South Stand, but the best stand to sit in for atmosphere purposes is the West Stand, home of United’s more hard-core fans.
How do I get to Old Trafford?
The best way to get to here is via a connection from Manchester Piccadilly, which is served by trains from all over the country. Another option is to take the Metrolink tram to Old Trafford station, located on Warwick Road, about 10 minutes’ walk away.
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Manchester United Premier League Fixtures
12: Burnley (a) POSTPONED
19: Crystal Palace (h)
26: Brighton (a)
3: Tottenham (h)
17: Newcastle United (a)
24: Chelsea (h)
31: Arsenal (h)
7: Everton (a)
21: West Brom (h)
28: Southampton (a)
2: Aston Villa (h)
12: Fulham (a)
16: Liverpool (a)
26: Sheffield United (h)
30: Arsenal (a)
2: Southampton (h)
6: Everton (h)
13: West Brom (a)
20: Newcastle (h)
27: Chelsea (a)
6: Man City (a)
13: West Ham (h)
20: Crystal Palace (a)
3: Brighton (h)
10: Tottenham (a)
17: Burnley (h)
24: Leeds (a)
1: Liverpool (h)
8: Aston Villa (a)
11: Leicester City (h)
15: Fulham (h)
23: Wolves (a)
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
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).
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: