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Manchester United Women will make history at Old Trafford

Manchester United Women are set to make history by playing against Everton in front of fans at Old Trafford for the FIRST TIMEThe Manchester United Women’s team will play at Old Trafford again this seasonTheir WSL match with Everton on March 27 will now take place at the stadiumMarc Skinner has said it is a ‘fantastic milestone’ and ‘exciting opportunity’ They played at the venue on the same date this year and beat West Ham 2-0However, it was played behind closed doors due to ongoing Covid-19 protocols   By Pa Sport Staff

Published: 06:26 EST, 12 November 2021 | Updated: 06:39 EST, 12 November 2021

Manchester United Women will play at Old Trafford again this season after it was announced their Women’s Super League match with Everton on March 27 will take place at the stadium.

The Leigh Sports Village outfit first played at the men’s ground, which is the largest club football venue in England, on the same date this year and beat West Ham by a 2-0 score.

It was contested behind closed doors due to ongoing Covid-19 protocols but the expectation for the fixture in the spring is supporters will be in attendance and able to back Marc Skinner’s side.

Manchester United Women will play at Old Trafford again this season after it was announced their Women’s Super League match with Everton on March 27 will take place at the stadium

The Manchester ground – Old Trafford – is currently the largest club football venue in England

He told the official club website: ‘It’s a really exciting opportunity and another fantastic milestone for this team to play at Old Trafford in front of thousands of fans.


‘We are so thankful for the continuous support they have given us, and I hope that they turn out in big numbers and get behind the team as much as possible for what will be a really special moment for everyone involved.’

Tickets will be priced at £6 for adults and £3 for those aged under 16 or over 65.

Manager Marc Skinner has said it is a ‘fantastic milestone’ and ‘exciting opportunity’

Tickets will be priced at £6 for adults and £3 for those aged under 16 or over 65

United chief operating officer Collette Roche added: ‘This is going to be a significant moment for the women’s team and the club.

‘We hosted a match at Old Trafford last season but that was behind closed doors, so we are eagerly anticipating this opportunity to have thousands of United fans supporting Marc and his squad at Old Trafford. 

‘We encourage all fans interested to secure a ticket early for what will be a terrific occasion.’

They played at the venue on the same date this year and beat West Ham 2-0 (above)…but it was contested behind closed doors due to ongoing Covid-19 protocols

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