ManU to Hold Fan-focussed Events in Bengaluru, Mumbai

The event is free to attend and fans are asked to apply online for tickets by visiting no later than January 11 next year.

Published: 17th December 2015 06:09 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th December 2015 06:32 PM   |  A+A-

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Manchester United branded football outside Old Trafford stadium. |AFP


NEW DELHI: English Premier League side Manchester United's first fan-focussed event in the country, ILOVEUNITEDINDIA will be held on January 17 at Amphitheatre, UB city in Bangalore.

The event, to be attended by Manchester United Ambassador Dwight Yorke and club legend Quinton Fortune, will include a live screening of the club's much anticipated match against rivals Liverpool.

Dwight and Quinton will share personal anecdotes from their time at the club, as well as offering their pre and post-match analysis of the game. It will also include entertainment, giveaways and competitions courtesy of the club's commercial partners.

The event is free to attend and fans are asked to apply online for tickets by visiting no later than January 11 next year. Applications will then be entered into a ballot, with tickets issued at random.Successful applicants will be notified by email no later than  January 13.

Manchester United's millions of Indian fans will also have the opportunity to show their support for the club at a second ILOVEUNITEDINDIA event to be held at the end of February in Mumbai.

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