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I'm new here but I love MUFC. (as I'm sure everybody here does)
I have some questions regarding the EPL in general though:
-Does it ever snow for EPL games?
-On average, how many night games do United get?
-If you've never been to Old Trafford when's the best time to go? (See, I live in the southern part of the states and sometimes when we play our football down here people sit in 80 degree weather to watch the games. That's too hot for me)
-Also, If you're a young guy, where's the best place to go in or outside of Manchester to have a good time and meet ladies? lol :)
I want to come to England in 2010, and of course I'll go to a United game. Do they have travel packages?
 
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ManUnitedintheUSA said:
I'm new here but I loved MUFC. (as I'm sure everybody here does)
I have some questions regarding the EPL in general though:
-Does it ever snow for EPL games? Depends on the weather
-On average, how many night games do United get? See the fixtures list.
-If you've never been to Old Trafford when's the best time to go? (See, I live in the southern part of the states and sometimes when we play our football down here people sit in 80 degree weather to watch the games. That's too hot for me) I have been to OT so i can't answer this question
-Also, If you're a young guy, where's the best place to go in or outside of Manchester to have a good time and meet ladies? lol :) Canal Street.
I want to come to England in 2010, and of course I'll go to a United game. Do they have travel packages? Yes.
Happy to help.;)

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ManUnitedintheUSA said:
I'm new here but I loved MUFC. (as I'm sure everybody here does)
I have some questions regarding the EPL in general though:
-Does it ever snow for EPL games? Yes,but rarely
-On average, how many night games do United get? Alot,especially if we are in all the cups,these are usually banged on Mid-Week fixtures,also champs leauge/games in hand.the odd Sky Sports match is mid week too
-If you've never been to Old Trafford when's the best time to go? (See, I live in the southern part of the states and sometimes when we play our football down here people sit in 80 degree weather to watch the games. That's too hot for me)Theres no danger of the weather! Its more the 'getting a ticket' thats the problem,a 'lesser' team is your better option,but there are alot of guys on here who can point you in a better direction
-Also, If you're a young guy, where's the best place to go in or outside of Manchester to have a good time and meet ladies? lol :) Depends really...check out The Printworks on google,that has numerous bars/clubs packed full of manchester lasses....
I want to come to England in 2010, and of course I'll go to a United game. Do they have travel packages?Stephen should know more on this,he's the ticket master
:D:D

I fail at giving info ,but heres my shout anyhow
 

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Welcome to the sight Fella :)

ManUnitedintheUSA said:
I'm new here but I loved MUFC. (as I'm sure everybody here does)
I have some questions regarding the EPL in general though:
-Does it ever snow for EPL games?
-On average, how many night games do United get?
-If you've never been to Old Trafford when's the best time to go? (See, I live in the southern part of the states and sometimes when we play our football down here people sit in 80 degree weather to watch the games. That's too hot for me)
-Also, If you're a young guy, where's the best place to go in or outside of Manchester to have a good time and meet ladies? lol :)
I want to come to England in 2010, and of course I'll go to a United game. Do they have travel packages?
It does snow occasionally for games in the Premiership but never really that bad. In recent memory no pitches have been covered in snow but there have been some snow storms during games, like we had against Middlesborough away last season.

United seem to have had a huge number of night games this season. At OT there have been I think 9 night games already this season. But this is only because we have had to re-arange some League games, have been drawn at home EVERY round in the Carling Cup :mad: and have played 3 Champions League group stage games.

I think if it's your first time at OT, then I would probably recomend a league game. Premiership games can virtually guarentee a strong side, and usually a good day. Also if it's your first time I recomend doing the stadium tour a day before/after the game so you get a proper look around the place and can do your megastore shopping etc. without a massive crowd around you. Not to mention it will give you more time in the pub on matchday ;) Oh and btw, don't worry about the weather being too hot for you in Manchester lol theres not much chance of that

And if your looking for a club, then you will have to look no further than the City Centre.

http://www.travelcaresports.com/manutd.php

MU Travel will more than likely be able to sort you out with a match package but it can be a bit pricey as can most things associated with United.

Make sure you enjoy your day and remember never ever say 'Soccer' unless you want some harsh looks coming your way :D
 

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ManUnitedintheUSA said:
I'm new here but I love MUFC. (as I'm sure everybody here does)
I have some questions regarding the EPL in general though:


-Does it ever snow for EPL games?
Yes

-On average, how many night games do United get?
Erm...prem only, about 4, maybe...all comps, 15+

-If you've never been to Old Trafford when's the best time to go? (See, I live in the southern part of the states and sometimes when we play our football down here people sit in 80 degree weather to watch the games. That's too hot for me)
You won't be too hot in Manchester

-Also, If you're a young guy, where's the best place to go in or outside of Manchester to have a good time and meet ladies? lol :)
There are none. Manchester holds a strict no female law...:eek: :p

I want to come to England in 2010, and of course I'll go to a United game. Do they have travel packages?

Enjoy! :D
 

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-Does it ever snow for EPL games?
I'd imagine so, given UK weather...​

-On average, how many night games do United get?
Keano's guess should be accurate. Every European game is played at night, so that's 3 at home and 3 away for groups stage, then potentially 9 more till the final. Of course, only 6 at the most are played at OT, the rest beeing away, and the final in a pre-determined stadium. I think every mid-week game is/should be at night, since people need to work, and all...​

-If you've never been to Old Trafford when's the best time to go? (See, I live in the southern part of the states and sometimes when we play our football down here people sit in 80 degree weather to watch the games. That's too hot for me)
Mate, trust me, in England, you'll be lucky to see the sun, much less be warm ;)
I've been to England a few times, and I think i saw blue sky for an hour, tops, and the sun, maybe 15 minutes...​
 
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