Man United legends Q&A: how to meet Bryan Robson, Sammy McIroy, Brian McClair and Alex Stepney

Four ex-Red Devils will be the star guests of an upcoming event at the DW Stadium in Wigan.

Former Manchester United stars Bryan Robson, Sammy McIlroy, Brian McClair and Alex Stepney are set to appear in a live event in Wigan later this week.

The quartet will appear at ‘An Evening with the Manchester United Legends’ as organised by Superstar Speakers, and will take part in a live interview as well as an opportunity for guests to ask questions.

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Those in attendance will also have the chance to meet the ex-Red Devils, get a picture and signature with the stars, while there will be a live action.

Sammy McIlroy will be at the vent. Credit: Getty.Sammy McIlroy will be at the vent. Credit: Getty.
Sammy McIlroy will be at the vent. Credit: Getty. | Getty Images

When is the event?

It will take place on Friday 29 October 2021, so you’ll need to be quick if you want to get tickets.

The event starts between 6.30-7.30pm depending which ticket is purchased.

Where is the event?

It takes place at Wigan Athletic’s DW Stadium - 15 Loire Dr, Robin Park Rd, Wigan, WN5 0UH.

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Where can I buy tickets?

Tickets can be purchased here and range from £35-£90 depending on the package.

Any other information?

Guests can book to with sit friends and the dress code is ‘smart-casual’. It is also an 18+ event.

More information on the event can be found at Superstar Speakers’ website.

More on the legends

Between them Robson, McIlroy, McClair and Stepney played 1,890 games for United.

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Robson captained the club to the first two Premier League titles and was also skipper for the England national team. He and McClair were part of Alex Ferguson’s 1994 double-winning side, which is considered one of United’s greatest-ever teams.

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