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- Up to 10,000 fans are set to return to Old Trafford on Tuesday night (6pm) for the Premier League clash between Manchester United and Fulham

UK What fans can expect during Old Trafford return for Man United vs Fulham last minute news


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- Up to 10,000 fans are set to return to Old Trafford on Tuesday night (6pm) for the Premier League clash between Manchester United and Fulham

UK What fans can expect during Old Trafford return for Man United vs Fulham last minute news
15 May 2021 - 14:46

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Fans across the country are edging towards the return of normality as Old Trafford prepares to reopen its doors to the public on Tuesday night (6pm). Having secured Champions League football ahead of next season, Manchester United can cement second place in the standings with victory over Fulham - already relegated to the Championship. In keeping with the latest Government restrictions, up to 10,000 people will be granted access to the match. It's still a far cry from the unrivalled atmosphere that a packed Old Trafford brings, but after being forced to watch on from the comfort of their own homes this season, United supporters returning for their final home fixture of the 2020/2021 campaign is a nudge in the right direction. Here is what fans attending the Premier League clash against Fulham can expect from a matchday experience that continues to be impacted by Covid-19 protocol. Read More Related Articles Manchester United investor turns on Glazer family over European Super League fallout Read More Related Articles Brazil coach explains why Manchester United midfielder Fred has earned recall What is open? In line with Government guidelines, the United megastore is now open, albeit with measures in place to protect staff and visitors. However, the museum and stadium tour - in addition to the Red Cafe - will return to business on May 21. Supporters can keep tabs of the latest guidelines via the matchday Twitter account @ManUtdMatchday. Alternatively, the United contact centre can be reached between 8am and 6pm by calling 0161 676 7770 or texting 0161 850 3969. Read More Related Articles The £3million Manchester United signing who was compared to Cristiano Ronaldo... and it ended in failure Read More Related Articles Antonio Valencia's commitment to Manchester United was never greater than under Jose Mourinho What is expected of fans? In order to keep supporters as safe as possible, United will provide facilities to maintain Covid-19 hygiene. The club will also use any data responsibly in order to facilitate NHS Test and Trace procedures, provide clear communication on decisions and processes. Fans allocated tickets are, meanwhile, asked to do the following; Plan ahead and arrive at the stadium within the allocated timeframe Wear a face covering except when eating or drinking (Government exemptions apply) Sanitise your hands regularly Abide by social distancing rules Be responsible and to respect other fans and MUFC staff Sign up to our free United newsletter Get the latest breaking Manchester United transfer news and analysis every day direct to your inbox with our free MUFC newsletter Sign up here - it only takes a few seconds. Traveling to Old Trafford Whichever mode of transport you are planning to use, fans are encouraged to allow plenty of time to ensure they arrive within the timeframe that has been allocated to them. Fasn are being urged to arrive by car where possible.

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.com/tickets ). As per Government guidelines, supporters must avoid car-sharing with anyone outside their household or support bubble. Due to potential road closures - and ongoing roadwork projects in the area - fans are advised to keep track of closures and roadworks in order to ensure a smooth journey. Ladywell, Sale Water Park, East Didsbury and Parkway Metrolink stops all have 'park and ride' sites where you can leave your car and complete your journey to Old Trafford by tram. If you are planning to arrive via public transport, there may be reduced services. Fans will be able to use Wharfside tram stop on Trafford Wharf Road to travel back into the city centre. However, this stop may be busy, so consider using Old Trafford, Trafford Bar, Exchange Quay and Salford Quays tram stops which are also within a short walk of the stadium. Once again, please remain in your social bubble. For tram, bus and train timetable updates and guidelines, please visit tfgm.com. Arriving at Old Trafford Once allocated tickets, supporters will be designated an arrival time slot in advance, in order to minimise queueing. As this may be earlier than when you are used to arriving at a game, you may have change your travel plans. Fans must arrive at Old Trafford at the north side via Wharfside Way. A secure perimeter fence has been installed at the east forecourt. As a result, supporters approaching from Chester Road must walk north over the canal, and enter via Wharfside Way. Before being granted access to the stadium, please take note of the following; It must be the named ticket holder who attends the match Fans aged 16 or over must be able to provide ID All supporters are encouraged to download the NHS Covid-19 app and check-in at Old Trafford Please do not bring a bag or any restricted items to the stadium (check manutd.com/safety ) Lifts should only be used by those who require them If you have any special accessibility requirements, contact MUFC on 0161 676 7770

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