Manchester United have frozen ticket prices for the tenth season in Old Trafford's general admission areas while planning a possible return to 'normal' in the 2021-22 season.

A capacity of up to 10,000 fans can return to the stadiums from mid-May under a plan designed in February by the United Kingdom Government to ease restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in England.

In the third stage of the Government's roadmap (made up of four), the stadiums can – if all conditions are met – as of May 17, host up to 50 percent of their capacity, or 4,000 fans, which be less.

Special provision will be made for large venues with outdoor seating so that they can open their doors for up to 10,000 people or 25 percent of capacity, whichever is less.

“Ticket prices have been frozen for the 2021-22 season, as part of our ongoing commitment to fair pricing that has been a critical part of our ticket sales policy for some time,” said the group's managing director. of the club, Richard Arnold, in a statement.

“This is the tenth consecutive season that the club has kept prices frozen in the general admission areas of the stadium.”

Manchester United said it will offer season ticket holders a prorated refund or a refund to those affected if matches are played behind closed doors or with restricted capacity. The club added that season tickets for women's games held at Leigh Sports Village will also remain frozen for the new campaign.

Earlier this month, West Ham Uannounced that they will freeze season ticket prices for the new season, while Liverpool and Brighton did the same this week.