(This video has been deleted from Youtube by a Leeds fans. He was too upset to watch his side humiliated by Manchester United's third team).
Come and have a great day out at Manchester United. Enjoy a tour around Manchester United's famous Old Trafford football stadium!
Retrace the steps of United's real heroes, like George Best, Bobby Charlton, Cantona and Ronaldo. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, explore your club's home ground, reliving past victories and photographing the player's tunnel and dug out.
The stadium tour includes a visit to the magnificent trophy room. Sit in the heights of the North Stand for a bird's eye view of the pitch or stand in Fergie's dug out spot and dream you're the new team manager! Pose for a photo by your favourite player's peg in the Reds' changing room, soaking up the atmosphere of Man UTD's 'Theatre of Dreams'.
Ask all those questions you've been dying to know, completing your tour with a trip to the museum and visitor centre. An unforgettable experience for Manchester United fans!!
(Each ticket includes the Museum and ground tour, and a meal in the Red Café. Allow yourself up to 4 hours for the complete Manchester United experience. Voted UK visitor attraction of the year 2013.)
United Review: Once in a lifetime experience!
It's an award-winning tourist destination, a magnificent stadium, an interesting day out and home to the most successful team in English football.
The stadium tour is excellent. It starts in the trophy room (which is obviously very full) and museum, your guide then leads you inside the 'Theatre of Dreams' to take in the awe-inspiring view of the England's second biggest stadium in all its glory. There are plenty of photo ops aside the pitch here. You then head down to pitchside where you can sit in the dugout a-la Sir Alex, before heading back outside to learn a bit more about United's moving and romantic history as you walk beneath the Munich clock and through the tunnel to take the players' entrance. This leads you into the players' lounge and then the changing rooms where you can have your photo taken aside your favourite player's shirt. Then it's time for food in the great Red Cafe, and obviously the tour ends in the megastore where you can fill your boots with Manchester United logo-emblazoned anything.