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17 Facts About Old Trafford
Old Trafford has hosted an FA Cup Final, two final replays and was regularly used as a neutral venue for the competition's semi-finals.
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Old Trafford celebrated its 100th anniversary on 19 February 2010.
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Old Trafford was used as a venue for several matches in the football competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
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East Stand at Old Trafford was the second to be converted to a cantilever roof, following the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand.
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Old Trafford was formerly divided into sections, with each section sequentially assigned a letter of the alphabet.
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Old Trafford has played host to both codes of rugby football, although league is played there with greater regularity than union.
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Old Trafford was chosen to host the 2013 Rugby League World Cup Final.
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In January 2019, Old Trafford was selected to host the 2021 Rugby League World Cup finals, with the men's and women's matches being played as a double header.
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Old Trafford is regularly used for private functions, particularly weddings, Christmas parties and business conferences.
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