Old Trafford, popularly known as the 'Theatre of Dreams' is a football stadium in the city of Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. It has been the stamping ground for one of the leading football club 'Manchester United' since 1910. The first match at the stadium was played between Manchester United and Liverpool (3-4) on 19th of February 1910. At that time, the stadium consisted of only one covered seating stand & open terraces on the other three sides. In 1939, Old Trafford recorded its highest attendance during an FA Cup semi-final match between Wolves and Grimsby Town. As a result of damage caused to the stadium during the Second World War, Manchester United had to switch to the ground of the rivals "Manchester City" i.e. at Maine Road from 1941 to 1949. The stadium reached its current capacity in 2006.
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