Manchester United FC Stadium, Old Trafford, Location, Pictures, MUFC Capacity, Architect, Photos
Manchester United Stadium : Old Trafford Ground
MUFC – Sir Bobby Charlton Stand: Building Development, England, UK
post updated 7 Mar 2020 ; 3 Apr 2016
New Man United Stadium Stand
Location: Trafford, just south east of the city centre
Sir Bobby Charlton Stand
Manchester United have renamed Old Trafford’s South Stand in honour of Sir Bobby Charlton.
Old Trafford Stadium Sir Bobby Charlton Stand – former South Stand:
Club director Sir Bobby Charlton, 78, joined United in 1953 and made 758 appearances, scoring 249 goals. A member of the England team which won the 1966 World Cup, Charlton won four league titles with United and the 1968 European Cup. The retired midfielder was one of the survivors of the Munich air disaster, which killed eight of his team-mates in 1958.
Old Trafford Stadium seating plan:
Fans held aloft coloured tiles, spelling out his name, before the Premier League match against Everton, reports the BBC. The South Stand, which contains the only remaining part of the original 1910 stadium infrastructure, houses the directors’ box.
Man United Stadium
Old Trafford Stadium
Address: Manchester United Football Club, Old Trafford, Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester, M16 0RA
Man United Building – information from the architects, Miller Partnership, 2005:
Manchester United Quadrant Development
Panoramic view of the MUFC pitch:
Man Utd building design proposals:
Old Trafford football ground from above, looking south west away from city centre, main entry on left:
Manchester United Stadium building images from Miller Partnership
This prestigious development involves the construction of the north-east and north-west quadrants – unifying the stadium by reinforcing the `bowl’ concept on the upper seating decks and linking the main east stand to the north and west stands by a high quality facade.
The design of the quadrants introduces major vertical circulation and this has been resolved by of highly modelled stair towers placed centrally in the quadrant creating an iconic image for the stadium. The structural system minimises the impact of the roof steel and this is achieved by creating a structural web from the stair tower to carry the quadrant roof.
Old Trafford aerial photograph:
photo © webbaviation
The seating decks themselves provide additional capacity of 8,000 spectators, bringing the football stadium capacity to 76,000. Below the seating decks are 3 levels of hospitality providing catering for 2500. Work started on site in April 2005, the first phase was completed at the end of July with the project overall completion by July 2006.
Manchester United FC Stadium: Building PR from the Miller Partnership Dec 2005
Man Utd North Stand redevelopment + East & West Stands redevelopment
New Sports Bar design visual:
Manchester United Stadium – interior image © Miller Partnership, received Dec 2005
Man City Etihad Stadium
Architects: Arup Associates
photo © Dennis Gilbert, VIEW
Manchester City FC Stadium
Location: Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester, M16 0RA, Northwest England, UK
Contemporary Manchester Architecture
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A rival football club in the Northwest of England – Liverpool FC football ground:
Anfield Football Ground – Liverpool Football Club
image courtesy of architects
Liverpool FC Stadium
South Africa World Cup Stadiums
One of the greatest football stadiums in Europe: Nou Camp Stadium
Other Stadium buildings by Miller Partnership include:
Manchester Stadium : Belle Vue
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