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United Parade, Mon 13 May, 6-8pm, Route And Timings

It's Old Trafford to Albert Square for the Champions

Published on May 8th 2013.


United Parade, Mon 13 May, 6-8pm, Route And Timings
 

Manchester United will celebrat their 20th league title with a trophy parade on the evening of Monday 13 May. 

The club brings the city worldwide profile and huge visitor revenue

The parade will begin with a send-off event at Old Trafford starting from 6pm in the forecourt area outside the East Stand. This is where fans will be able to get their first glimpse of the Premier League champions of 2013 in a decorated open-top bus. 
 
The squad will be introduced to the crowd and Sir Alex Ferguson will address the fans to mark his thirteenth league title with the club. 
 
The parade will be broadcast live on MUTV. 
 
All timings are estimates. 

The bus will leave Old Trafford at approximately 6.30pm when it will travel into Manchester city centre via Chester Road. The parade will then travel along Deansgate before finishing in Albert Square at approximately 7.40pm. 

6pm - Send-off event at Old Trafford  
6.30pm - Bus leaves Old Trafford to travel along Sir Matt Busby Way and Chester Road.
Chester Road 
7.15pm - Deansgate, Lloyd Street 
7.40pm - Albert Square and end of parade event for around 20 mins
8pm - Event end 

Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council, said: "Manchester City Council congratulates Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson on the remarkable achievement of winning their twentieth title. The club brings the city worldwide profile and huge visitor revenue". 

People travelling in and out of the city centre during the late afternoon and evening are being advised to expect some disruption to roads and public transport services and to consider this when planning their journeys. For information about changes to public transport visit www.tfgm.com

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