How to avoid getting caught out in the wilds of Manchester’s streets
Manchester, United’s fourth home of the season, is the best place in the world to watch football.
But with the Manchester derby just around the corner, a lot of people want to see it at home, too.
The club has announced plans to hold a game at Old Trafford’s Old Trafford Park on Saturday, August 24, which means that there will be no more pre-match or post-match viewing at the stadium.
This is a big deal for Manchester, which has been a popular spot for visiting teams to gather for the first time in a while.
It’s also good news for the fans, as they will have access to a live stream of the derby, so that they can be in the stadium on match day.
However, it’s important to note that the plans have not yet been approved by the Football Association and the game will only take place in public.
For that reason, there’s no guarantee that you’ll be able to watch the derby live.
Here are some things you should know before heading to Old Trafford on Saturday.