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Wolves’ penultimate away game of the season takes place at Old Trafford on Saturday and has the key information for supporters heading to Manchester.

For the full Manchester United away guide, click here[1].

Travelling by car

Roads around Old Trafford and the surrounding areas – including the local motorway network – are extremely busy on match days. Please plan your route to the stadium in advance and allow more time than usual for your journey. If you are travelling to the stadium by car on matchday, you can use the post code M16 0RA. To book official car parking, visit[2].

There are also several independent car parks in the area surrounding Old Trafford. Wolves supporters are urged to use Just Park to find the best parking spots within walking distance to the stadium.

Click here[3] to view and book the best parking around Old Trafford.

Rail Strikes

The Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen (ASLEF) union has announced industrial action on the following dates:

  • Friday 12th May 2023
  • Wednesday 31st May 2023
  • Saturday 3rd June 2023

As a result, services will not operate on the above dates if this industrial action goes ahead. For the latest updates, please refer to our Industrial Action page on the TfWM website[4].

Additionally, the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) has announced industrial action on:

  • Saturday 13th May 2023

Timetable details for this date will be confirmed as soon as possible, but a reduced service will be in operation and some routes will not be served. For the latest timetable information, please visit National Rail Enquiries[5].

Travel Advice

  • If you need to travel by train on strike days or in between strike days, please plan ahead, leave more time for your journey and check before you travel with local operators and National Rail Enquiries. In many instances, services may not be running at all.
  • Be prepared for busier roads across the region and allow more time for your journey. You can use the TfWM Journey Planner[6] to plan your journey. For the most up-to-date information, follow us on @transportforwm on Twitter and Facebook.
  • As well as the impact on the road network, bus and Metro services are likely to be busier so please allow more time for your journey.

M6 Northbound Closure – Junction 4 to Junction 6

  • A full closure of the M6 northbound carriageway and associated north facing arms of the M42 at Junction 7 and Junction 8 will occur on Saturday 13th May from 9pm to 6am on Monday 15th May.
  • Diversion routes are expected to be very busy, if you are able to avoid driving through this area, please do so and consider taking a wider alternative route.
  • There is the option to use the M6 Toll as an alternative for the duration of this closure.
  • M6 southbound journeys are not affected.
  • Further information can be found on the National Highways[7] website.

Cash machines

There’s a free to use cash machine outside the East Stand near the Munich Tunnel. Other ATM machines can be found on Chester Road including the local Tesco store.


The official Manchester United programme, United Review, costs £3.50. Programmes can be purchased from the Official Programme Booths in and around the Stadium.



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