Old Trafford is IN Salford
It's just across the border; Old Trafford is in the borough of Stretford.
Old Trafford by far, Trafford has a capacity of just over 76,000 and Anfield has a capacity of just over 45,000.
Around 3 miles.
The king of Old Trafford is Eric Cantona.
Yes. Old Trafford is in the north west of England.
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Old Trafford Metrolink station ended in 1991.
Old Trafford Metrolink station was created in 1931.
YES it is in Manchester, Old Trafford Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester M16 0RA it is 2.2 miles to the centre of Manchester Most Manchester City fans claim Manchester Utd , Old Trafford is not in Manchester For the record Manchester City football ground is 3.1 miles from the city centre It is policed by Greater Manchester Police, It has Manchester Postcode Those that state it is Stretford are not far wrong but Stretford is also in Manchester, I live in Stretford, which is under Trafford Council, Trafford is a borough of Manchester Hope this clears up the answer
Old trafford, it shares it's name with the cricket ground in Manchester, which is close by to the football stadium, old trafford
Old Trafford is named after the area of Manchester in which it is located which carries the same name.
The Stadium is called Old Trafford since it is built in an area called old Trafford.Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RAGenerally speaking town areas are named old or new due to new development or a shift in the centre of the town. Its likely that Traffords town centre moved to a new location and thus Trafford became known as Old trafford to distinguish itself from the new location of the town centre (Which presumably was known as New Trafford for a while). There was no such place as Trafford, until Manchester divided in to ten Metropolitan Borough's in 1974