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2021/22 Premier League Manchester United v Leicester City

Watch Manchester United at Old Trafford this season with our fantastic hospitality package options.

Old Trafford is full of history and is currently the biggest club stadium in England, with over 74,000 spectators allowed in the Manchester venue. The views from the hospitality packages in the stadium are incredible and the intimidating atmosphere generated by the fans is unrivalled.

Manchester United will be looking to go one step further under Ole Gunnar Solskjær after finishing 2020/2021 season in an encouraging second position. Bruno Fernandes is the star in their current team, with some fantastic attacking support from Rashford, Cavani, Martial and Greenwood.

Register your interest for Manchester United hospitality today and enjoy an incredible experience watching the best domestic league in the world.

2nd Apr 2022 Old Trafford

2021/22 Premier League Manchester United v Leicester City

2nd Apr 2022
Package Evolution Suite VIP Hospitality
Price POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48 POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48
Ticket Multiple 8 4
  • VIP Executive padded seat
  • Champagne & canapé reception
  • Three course a-la-carte meal
  • Full time hot meat pies, savouries and cakes
  • Complimentary bar to include beers, house wines, soft drinks and spirits
  • Matchday souvenir
  • Matchday programme and team sheet
  • Visit from Manchester United legends (subject to availability)
  • Car parking (1 per 4 guests)
  • Betting facilities
Register your interest for other hospitality opportunities at Old Trafford and we will discuss these with you.

Product Description

2021/22 Manchester United v Leicester City

Manchester United

Manchester United is commercially one of the biggest football clubs in the world as well as showcasing a fantastic history of winning trophies. They play at Old Trafford, the biggest stadium in England associated with club football, holding a spectacular 74,000 spectators. The Red Devils have won the most league titles in English football history, overtaking Liverpool in recent times and under the great Sir Alex Ferguson, dominated two decades between 1990 and 2010.

Old Trafford has been in the hands of Manchester United since their formation in the early 1900’s, but the stadium was bombed during world war two, with very little structure left to work with. A league game was not played there for 10 years until 1949 the stadium was fully able to host football, with 41,000 fans in attendance. The ground then began to develop in 1951 and continued to increase to the size and stature it is now.

The stadium has hosted some major events over the years, including Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen and Rod Stewart, as well as a huge fight in boxing as Chris Eubank fought Nigel Benn in 1993.

Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson in the 1990s were a special team and largely dominated the league, winning multiple titles. The youth team were responsible for the future success for Manchester United as Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville and more came through to play in the same team and win their first title since 1967 in 1993. Since then they never looked back, winning 8 of the last 11 Premier Leagues, attracting stars such as Eric Cantona, Andrew Cole, Jaap Stam and Peter Schmeichel.

Where are the team now?

With Sir Alex Ferguson signing off with a league title in 2013, the team haven’t been able to mirror their success and are on a drought from major silverware. A few managers have come and gone but former player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is currently at the helm and starting to build a title challenging team. The team finished 2nd in 2021 and went to the final of the Europa League, losing to Villareal on penalties. Bruno Fernandes has taken to the Premier League like duck to water and has drove the team to a new level, supported by Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba.

Premier League Hospitality

We have some fantastic options to watch Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League and you can check out a list of all of our Premier League fixtures here. If there’s a game you can’t see on our website, just give us a call or register your interest and we’ll discuss all the possible options with you.