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Next up, is Manchester. Well, Old Trafford. It was quite disappointing that we didn’t get to explore Manchester a little bit more. We didn’t even complete the full tour as we had to rush off to The Warner Bros. Studio next, so we were only on the tour for the first half of the session. Nevertheless, it was still such an amazing experience (coming from a non-football, haha).

East Stand

Sir Bobby Charlton StandSir Alex Ferguson Stand

I ‘support’ Manchester United, only because my family does so it was a MUST for my brother to visit Old Trafford during our UK trip. It was quite a journey from London to Manchester and even though we had other plans right after that, we manage to squeeze everything in.

The field doesn’t look as big as it does on TV but it was still very weird to see the whole stadium right in front of you! I’m always interested in the behind the scenes stuff and we got to see the underground area of the stadium which was pretty cool! Unfortunately, we didn’t stay long enough to get to the interesting parts such as the changing rooms. It may not bore me as much as I watch it on TV, but hopefully we’ll get to watch a match one day at Old Trafford.