Old Trafford Stadium
- Capacity: 73,200
- Built/Opened: 1910
- Home teams: Manchester United
Wednesday 6 July: England vs Austria (Group A, 20:00 BST)See all fixtures
Did you know?
This historic stadium is the largest club ground in England and gets its name from Old Trafford, the area where it resides within Stretford. It is also known as "The Theatre of Dreams", a nickname given to it by Manchester United legend, Sir Bobby Charlton.
When planning your matchday, keep in mind that stadium rules for UEFA Women's EURO 2022 may differ from the usual regulations at the stadium.
Check out our Prepping and packing guide to find out what’s okay to bring.
More questions? You can download the full Stadium Rules as PDF below.
Even if you have been to Old Trafford before, please keep in mind that things may work slightly differently this summer than on usual matchdays at the venue.
Please check Travel and Transport from April for more information about matchday travel during UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.
Details for stadium coach parking will be available closer to the tournament.
Got a question about visiting Old Trafford during UEFA Women's EURO 2022? Check out our FAQs below for answers to the most common queries.
Food and drink cannot be brought into the stadium unless you have a valid medical reason to do so.
Everyone will need a valid match ticket for entry, regardless of their age.
Ticket holders under the age of 16 can only enter with an accompanying adult, regardless of kick-off times.