Man Utd Old Trafford capacity and how it compares to Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Premier League rivals - gallery

Manchester United’s home is one of the biggest stadiums in the UK and has the largest capacity in the Premier League.

Manchester United face a crunch Premier League clash with Newcastle United upon their return to action next weekend as they take on the Magpies at St James’ Park.

The Red Devils have already lifted the Carabao Cup this season and although their title hopes have all-but faded, they still remain in the hunt for the FA Cup and Europa League.

Supporters have had plenty of reasons to cheer this campaign as Erik ten Hag has oversaw an impressive turnaround at the Old Trafford outfit in his first year at the helm.

Man United have regained their form on home soil under the Dutchman. They have beaten Man City and Arsenal at home this season, while also recording a 3-1 win over Fulham to reach the FA Cup semi-final in their last match ahead of the international break.

Old Trafford is the only Premier League ground to feature in the top five of the largest UK stadiums, coming in behind Wembley and Twickenham, as the Millennium Stadium and Murrayfield make up the top five.

With that in mind, we have looked at how Man United’s home capacity compares to their 19 Premier League rivals...

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