The airline Emirates has bought the naming rights for Lancashire County Cricket Club's home ground.
In a 10-year deal the club's ground will now be known as Emirates Old Trafford. The company's branding will also appear on the players' kits.
The club's chairman, Michale Cairns OBS said: "This announcement represents another major step in the redevelopment of Old Trafford.
“We could not have found a better and more suitable partner than Emirates. We are extremely proud to be associated with them and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.
“The financial benefits of this deal are a core component of our long-term strategy for commercial sustainability.
"The partnership will support our intention to be regarded as one of the top County Cricket Clubs in the country and undisputed as a Category A Test Match venue. We remain committed to providing the very best facilities for our members, players and spectators.”
ITV reporter Tim Scott went to Africa to see how money raised at Soccer Aid in Old Trafford is being used to the help children in Chad.Read the full story ›
Police searching for a missing 18-year-old will make a fresh appeal ahead of Manchester United's game with Liverpool this weekend.
Souvik Pal was thrown out of a nightclub in Manchester on New Years Eve and hasn't been seen since.
The student's picture will be shown on big screens before the game at Old Trafford.
Old Trafford is the most popular destination for sports tourists according to VisitBritain. The ground topped the poll followed by AnfieldRead the full story ›
Tickets for next August's Ashes Test at Old Trafford go on sale today.
Demand is expected to be high. It is the first time the classic England vs Australia test series has called at the ground since 2005.
Fans can buy tickets from 10am today. The match, which is the third test in the series, is due to take place between August 1 and 5, 2013.
The men's Olympic football resumes at Old Trafford this afternoon. Egypt play New Zealand at 12pm, and Brazil and Belarus kick off at 3pm.
Egypt and New Zealand kick off at 12pm today, and Brazil and Belarus play at 3pm.
Nine Olympic football matches will be held at Old Trafford, including semi-finals in the mens and women's events.
532,000 people are expected to attend and the North West is expected to gain £1.2bn from these games, mainly through construction and tourism.
The Olympic games have arrived in the North West with two men's football matches being played at Old Trafford today.
The main focus will be on Team GB who take to the pitch tonight in a match against Senegal.