Singing Section For Old Trafford

Manchester United Football Club have offered the current away end (2011/2012 season) for the proposed singing section for next season. In this section of the ground there is approximately 2,698 seats in which season ticket holders will get the chance to move to from their present seating within Old Trafford for the 2012/2013 season and beyond.

The new proposed “singing section” area will incorporate blocks E230, E231, E232 and E233, this is the area that currently the away fans are located. A trial run for next season will be taking place when Aston Villa visit Old Trafford on the 15th April 2012 in which the away fans will be located in the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand Tier 3. The trial run will be reviewed & sanctioned by the local council and authorities.

One member of the fans forum & a big factor for singing within Old Trafford is Pete Boyle who said “Like-minded Reds can sing and generate a vibrant atmosphere like we see in Europe. Me and my mates are going to move to the new section and I urge all other season tickets holders who want to join us to come aboard. It’s time for fans to stop moaning, to stop being cynical and do something about the atmosphere.”

If you would like to register your interest in moving to the singing section the do email [email protected] stating your name and your current season ticket location, Further to this the fans forum along with Stretford End Flags also ask you to submit details of friends/family etc who may wish to be located with you in the singing section.

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