Manchester United’s home ground is Old Trafford, which has been their headquarters since 1910. Old Trafford was nicknamed ‘The Theatre of Dreams’ by Bobby Charlton, and has hosted the FA Cup Final, as well as matches in the 1966 World Cup, Euro 96, and 2012 Summer Olympics.
For the best atmosphere, buying tickets for the Stretford End is recommended. You can join in with songs such as ‘We are the Busby Boys’, ‘Stretford Enders’, ‘United Calypso’, and ‘United are the Team for Me’. In addition to the Stretford End, The K Stand is also renowned for vocal support. Some fans from the K Stand have since relocated to the second tier of the West Stand, making this another great section of Old Trafford in terms of atmosphere.
However, perhaps the best stand at Old Trafford for the view is the South Stand. This is the smallest stand at the stadium, and therefore tickets are not always as easy to come by, but are well worth buying when they do become available. Not only do you get a great view of the action on the pitch, but also a close view of the managers and players in the dugout.