Man Utd confirm season ticket prices for 2020/21 season

Manchester United have frozen their season ticket prices for the ninth successive season ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.

The Red Devils’ price freeze comes amid the launch of their new season-ticket renewal process, with the waiting list currently exceeding 100,000 seats.

A number of existing initiatives will also remain, such as the £10 per game season-ticket for under 16s in family areas and the 25 per cent discount for 18-20 year olds.

The most expensive adult season tickets you can get your hands on at Old Trafford are in the Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton stands, coming at a whopping £950.

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And the cheapest are valued at £532 in the lower tiers of the East Stand and the Stretford End.

United will also be introducing some new initiatives next season, including a rail-seating trial and an expansion of the dedicated area for vocal fans in the Stretford End.

Group managing director Richard Arnold said: “I want to place on record our appreciation of the hard work and dedication from the organisers of the atmosphere section.

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“The phenomenal support the team get has been taken to a new level by this successful initiative.

“We will be seeking to build on this next season by extending this section of the Stretford End out towards the south-west corner, increasing the allocation to at least 2,000 supporters.

“We have worked closely with fan groups and through the Fans’ Forum to help achieve this shared goal of reviving the Stretford End to its traditional status as the heartbeat of our matchday support.

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“We have also submitted a proposal to the local authority to trial a rail-seating area within the stadium.

“Our belief is that the introduction of rail seating would enhance spectator safety in areas of the stadium where, as with other clubs, we have seen examples of persistent standing. We hope to have news on our application soon.”

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United fans will be hoping their season tickets include Champions League football next season, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s just three points adrift of fourth-place Chelsea heading into the final nine games of the season.

They picked up a crucial 2-0 win over arch-rivals Manchester City on Sunday afternoon to boost their chances of returning to Europe’s elite-level competition in 2020/21.

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