As the biggest football stadium of a club in the United Kingdom, Old Trafford locates in England, in the vicinity of a tram stop. Under the great honor of “The Theatre of Dreams” by Bobby Charlton, the Old Trafford has been used as United’s home from 1910. After several times expansion in the 1990s and 2000s, the stadium could accommodates about 80,000 as much as the original one. In the future, there may be another expansion for the present Old Trafford, raising the capacity of the football stadium to 95,000.
Renowned as a famous football stadium, the football stadium is constructed with four covered all-seat stands, of which the stands was divided into upper and lower sections. The south stands of the Old Trafford only has one tier for height restriction. The stadium features an about 105 meters long and 68 meters wide pitch. In addition, designers have designed a four-side run-off space for more easily water draining. In order to cope with bad various bad weather, under-soil heating system is paved under the pitch, greatly avoiding postponing incurred by snow and ice.