An audience with Manchester United’s Double Winning Legends from the 1993-1994 Season.
‘The 30th Anniversary Celebration Event’
An afternoon to Celebrate the 30th Anniversary Year of Manchester United winning the Double of FA Cup and Premier League in 1993-1994 Season.
The 1993 -1994 Season was a special one for Sir Alex Ferguson and his Manchester United team as they would end the season with a League and Cup Double in style as they continued to dominate English Football.
The 1993–94 FA Premier League was the second season of the Premier League, the top division of professional football in England. Manchester United won the league by eight points over nearest challengers Blackburn Rovers, their second consecutive league title. Manchester United also broke their own record of the most points in a season, set by themselves the previous season. The 1993–94 FA Cup was the 113th staging of the world and England’s oldest cup competition, the Football Association Cup or FA Cup. The competition overall was won by Manchester United for the first time since 1990, with a 4–0 thrashing of Chelsea with goals scored by Eric Cantona who got 2, and 1 each for Mark Hughes and Brian McClair.
This event will see players and club staff from that season talking through some of the key moments live on stage during a 2 part interview with the Voice of Old Trafford Alan Keegan.
Some fans will also get the opportunity before the show to enjoy a meet & greet backstage with some of the staff and players as well as having the chance to have their photo taken with them during a professional photo shoot. Players from that season such as Bryan Robson, Steve Bruce, Denis Irwin, Gary Pallister, Clayton Blackmore, Paul Parker, Lee Sharpe, Brian McClair, and Lee Martin are set to be in attendance with more key names from that season set to be announced.
Tickets for the event start from a little as just £20 and include the full live on stage 2 part interview.
Platinum Ticket: Includes Front Row Seat, Meet and Greet with Photo + The chance to ask players a question and have them sign a piece of memorabilia.
Gold Ticket: Includes Seat in Front 5 Rows of the stalls + a Photo opportunity with the players.
General Admission: Start at £20 – £45.