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Luton vs Man United is a game you won’t want to miss, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base who always create a great atmosphere. Luton and Man United are two teams with a long and rich history dating back many years. Luton Town were formed in 1885 and Manchester United were originally formed as Newton Heath LYR before changing their name in 1902.

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Luton gained promotion to the Premier League in 2023, and are the first football team to return to the top flight of English football after successive relegations down to the fifth tier. The club won their first major trophy in 1988, which was the Football League Cup.

Luton has seen many great players over the years, and they’re all seen as heroes to the fans. Noteworthy players include Marvelous Nakamba, Carlton Morris and Mick Harford.

Kenilworth Road

Luton have played their homes games at Kenilworth Road since 1905, and it’s based in the district of Bury Park. The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 11,500 and is one of the smallest in the Premier League. Kenilworth Road is known for its unique entrance to the Oak Road End, and has held women's and youth international matches.

Man United

Manchester United are one of only six clubs who have never faced relegation from the Premier League since its inception in 1992. Man United have many impressive accolades including 20 top-flight league titles, 12 FA Cups, six League Cups and 21 FA Community Shields.

Many legends of the game have played for United, including George Best, Bobby Charlton, Roy Keane and Eric Cantona.

Old Trafford

Nicknamed the Theatre of Dreams, Old Trafford has been the home of Man United since 1910. Old Trafford has a capacity of 74,310, and is the largest club football stadium in the UK, and twelfth-largest in Europe. Old Trafford has hosted an FA Cup Final, matches at the 1966 World Cup, Euro 96 and 2012 Summer Olympics.