Visit Old Trafford - Home of Manchester United.
A vast 67000 seat Stadium, complete with themed shops, restaurants and a must see Museum charting the History of United. Take the Metro form the City Centre, Direction Altrincham, to OLD TRAFFORD.
Fondest memory: Manchester on a United match day. Awash with the supporters of United, who pack the bars to sing the praises of their team.
Of course one of Manchester's most famous things if not the most famous has got to be it's football team. With people's idol's in like David Beckham, etc. The footall team is famous worldwide whether you like football or not! I personally have not been lucky enough to watch a football match live although my friends have told me how great it was, even better than on T.V!
Fondest memory: My fondest memory during my many visits is probably the rush. So many people and it's not like in a village or town the people varie even more in religion and everything! So many famous names it's almost as good as London but unfortunately isn't half as good as Cairo, although it is very close!
Favorite thing: Take an interest in the football!!! Manchester wouldn't be same without its 2 world famous football teams - Manchester United and Manchester City(see below for information on football related attractions)
See Old Trafford, home of Manchester United Football Club! The team are legendary, and the stadium is magnificent. You can tour the stadium and visit the museum, even if you can't get tickets to a match.
Fondest memory: Watching a game at the Theatre of Dreams.
There’s tons of information about Manchester United on their official website – www.manutd.com. As I’m not into football myself I’ve borrowed this picture off the site.
visit ' The Theatre of Dreams '.... home of MANCHESTER
Fondest memory: to be able to feel the atmosphere of a soccer date (Bradford City is visiting Old Trafford )...and the rest is history.. 6 - 0.