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Man Utd’s Champions League campaign – how to attend all six games

Manchester United head into the group stage of this season’s Champions League with a golden opportunity to progress to the last-16.

The Red Devils have landed in Group A alongside Bayern Munich, Galatasaray and FC Copenhagen, and are strongly fancied to reach the knockout phase. Their fixtures are as follows:

  • Bayern Munich (A) – Wednesday, September 20.
  • Galatasaray (H) – Tuesday, October 3.
  • FC Copenhagen (H) – Tuesday, October 24.
  • FC Copenhagen (A) – Wednesday, November 8.
  • Galatasaray (A) – Wednesday, November 29.
  • Bayern Munich (H) – Tuesday, December 12.

Fans eager to get their hands on Manchester United tickets for the Champions League will need to move quickly if they attend to watch all six games.

Applications for all three home games are already being accepted from Official Members and opted-out season ticket holders.

The window for the Galatasaray home game runs from Monday, September 4 (10.00 am) until Friday, September 8 (8.00 am).

Fans have longer to apply for tickets for the FC Copenhagen home match, with the window closing at 8.00 am on Tuesday, September 19.

Tuesday, October 3 (8.00 am), is the deadline for the Bayern home game and demand for this one will likely go through the roof.

Matchday hospitality packages will be displayed in the seating plan on Man United’s official website to give fans the widest choice possible.

Home fans with any ticketing queries can call 0161 524 1870 to speak to a member of the customer support team, but answers to most questions can be found online.

United’s three away matches in this season’s Champions League group stage are easy to access, with all three opponents based in cities with modern transport networks.6

However, as is always the case with away fixtures, only a limited number of tickets will be made available to United fans.

The club will receive around 3,800 tickets for their visit to Bayern later this month, with prices expected to be approximately €30.

Sales information is scheduled to be published on Tuesday, September 5, with tickets due to go on sale to qualifying supporters later this week.

Details of the number of credits needed to qualify will be detailed before sales commence and all tickets will need to be collected in Germany with a valid passport.

The club’s travel partner also hope to be able to offer trips for this game and will confirm details as soon as possible.

Full details are yet to be confirmed by FC Copenhagen for United’s visit on November 8, but tickets will need to be collected in Denmark with a valid passport.

Manchester City received 3,856 tickets for their visit to Copenhagen last season, and United will likely be given a similar number.

The same criteria for collecting tickets with a valid passport applies to United’s visit to Turkey to face Galatasaray on November 29.

Galatasaray last faced an English club in Europe in 2014, when Arsenal beat them 4-1 home and away in the Champions League group stage.

They allocated around 2,500 tickets to the Gunners on that occasion and are unlikely to offer too many more to Man United. plan to offer trips to Copenhagen and Galatasaray, with full details available on their website when the relevant information has been confirmed.