Soccer Aid for Unicef will take place at Old Trafford on June 6. It's raised over £38m for Unicef since its first match in 2006.Read the full story ›
Manchester United ejected a fan from Old Trafford during Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool over alleged racial abuse.Read the full story ›
Rusholme's Curry Mile saw an unlikely visitor last night as Ed Sheeran popped in following a day at the Ashes.Read the full story ›
A 22 year old man is fighting for his life after being stabbed in Old Trafford. Police would like to hear from anyone with information.Read the full story ›
A van has crashed through a brick wall and fallen onto tram tracks in Greater Manchester.
Emergency services are at the scene near Brooklands.
I means there are no trams running between Altrincham and Old Trafford.
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It appears a van has gone through a brick wall and dropped onto the Metrolink tracks just north of the Brooklands stop, damaging the overhead lines and blocking both the inbound and outbound tracks.
Manchester United review Old Trafford security after fan brings toy guns to game.Read the full story ›
Officers are appealing for information on the whereabouts of Hafisa Abbas, who was last seen leaving her home in Old Trafford on Saturday.Read the full story ›
The 12 young boys who have been rescued from a cave in Thailand have been offered the chance to attend a football game at Old Trafford.Read the full story ›
Manchester United legend Eric Cantona is to return to Old Trafford for Soccer Aid.
He's teaming up with Usain Bolt in the fundraiser for Unicef next month - (June 2018).
Cantona joins an impressive line-up of celebrities and former sportsmen already signed-up for Soccer Aid for Unicef this year, including: Robbie Williams, Sir Mo Farah, Gordon Ramsay, Robbie Fowler, Olly Murs and many more.
Former Strictly Come Dancing professional and TV personality Brendan Cole will be taking part in this year’s Soccer Aid for Unicef match on ITV.
As soon as the curtain fell on my Strictly career, I knew my next move had to be Soccer Aid for Unicef. For years, I have been a massive fan of the match and have always watched the game in between performances. To be able to finally announce that I will be swapping my dancing shoes for football boots this summer feels incredible.
What’s bigger than the nation’s love of dancing? The nation’s love of the beautiful game, of course – and I’m aiming for tens across the board.
The international friendly match will take place at Old Trafford on Sunday 10th June.