Old Trafford – MUFC
If you are seeking a unique venue that will impress friends and family, look no further. The world famous Manchester United FC stadium offers you a dream venue with several banquet suites. The venue can serve small or large weddings, depending on your needs, and provide you with superb service for nearly anything. If you want your wedding to be filled with grandeur and an unforgettable experience for everyone attending, Manchester United FC will definitely help you achieve that.
Facilities and capacity
The Old Trafford is licensed for civil ceremonies. It is able to host an intimate gathering of 30 family and friends or a large party of up to 1,200 guests. Two suites overlook the turf pitch (field). However, there are an additional 20 suites to choose from.
The Manchester Suite can accommodate up to 820 family and friends. It has two levels; one for drinks and the other for wedding celebrations. The Evolution Suite is one of the most modern looking suites and can accommodate up to 250 people. You can see the pitch, as well as the Salford Quays. The Stretford Suite is on the smaller scale, accommodating for up to 100 people. This suite also offers amazing views of the pitch.
Your wedding is meant to be your dream day. As a result, they offer wedding coordinators, amazing venue, and great attention to the smallest details of your wedding. The staff has more than 20 years of experience. They work extremely hard to create an atmosphere of ease and professionalism, ensuring you that you’re in safe hands. This is accomplished by providing you with everything from decorations to catering.
While the stadium is well-established and well-known, it can host more than games and weddings. In fact, it can serve numerous types of celebrations. This includes proms, graduation balls, Christmas parties, and dinner dances. This is only a handful of event ideas. As one of the world’s most famous stadiums, it won’t disappoint. The rooms can be enhanced further with Uplighting, Monogram Projection of logo’s or names, White Star Lit Dance Floor, Light Up Letters, Ceiling Drapes, Film Star Entrance, Magic Mirror Photobooth & a Pro DJ.
Manchester’s population was growing, as well as reduced working hours. Since people had more time for fun activities, football began to grow in popularity. Thus, a football stadium big enough to host a large crowd was necessary, and the Old Trafford was born. The first game the stadium hosted was in February of 1910.
A short drive from Manchester City Centre which is accessible by the Metrolink Tram system that runs every few minutes. Parking for Events is free. Access is simple with lifts available around the stadium.