Cape Town - Manchester United are freezing season ticket prices for the eighth consecutive year, and introducing a dedicated 'atmosphere section' in the Stretford End from 2019/20, the club announced on Tuesday.
Match ticket prices have also been frozen.
With 53 000 Season tickets and more than 100 000 on the waiting list, Old Trafford consistently sells out and demand is increasing year-on-year.
The club affirmed its commitment to supporting fan initiatives to create a consistently vibrant atmosphere at Old Trafford, whilst also helping younger fans to watch live, affordable football.
Following successful fan-led trials over the past two seasons to help keep the atmosphere at Old Trafford consistently high, a dedicated atmosphere section in the Stretford End first tier is being created for next season.
Richard Arnold, Group Managing Director comments: "The support from our fans and the atmosphere they generate is incredible, so we’re delighted to be freezing prices once again in recognition of that."
The club also announced in November 2018 that new accessible seating options for disabled fans would be introduced around the stadium, providing a choice of price points and viewing positions. Overall, 118 new wheelchair positions and 158 new amenity seats will be created, bringing the total for both to 278.