Nigerian artists who have visited Old Trafford

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Nigerian artists who have visited Old Trafford
Nigerian artists who have visited Old Trafford

Manchester United is one of the football clubs Nigerian artists support and some of the Afrobeat acts have visited its stadium, Old Trafford to watch them play.

Old Trafford is the home stadium of Manchester United and is located in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. With a seating capacity of 74,310, it is the largest club football stadium in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe.

Old Trafford, often known as “The Theatre of Dreams”, has served as Manchester United’s home stadium since 1910, albeit due to Second World War bomb damage, the team temporarily shared Maine Road with nearby rival from 1941 to 1949.

In the 1990s and 2000s, Old Trafford underwent a number of expansions, including the installation of additional levels to the North, West, and East Stands, nearly restoring the stadium to its original seating capacity of 80,000.

Old Trafford has hosted two Final rematches, an Final, and semi-final matches of the competition on a regular basis.

Additionally, it has hosted England games, matches from the 1966 World Cup, Euro 96, and the 2012 Summer Olympics, as well as the 2003 Champions League Final and women’s international football for the first time ever.

In this post, we are going to look at the Nigerian artists who not only support Manchester United but have visited Old Trafford to watch them play.


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Burna Boy

Nigerian artists who have visited Old Trafford
Burna Boy

Burna Boy visited Old Trafford during the previous season. The musician, a die-hard Manchester United supporter, witnessed the club’s 4-1 triumph over Newcastle.

Burna Boy was given Manchester United’s home and away jerseys with his name on them as a gift at Old Trafford. After the game, the musician—who was scheduled to perform in the United Kingdom that same day—went right to the Parklife festival.

Burna boy made the day memorable for his fans as he brought his friend Paul Pogba on stage and they both danced together while he performed.

Nigerian artists who have visited Old Trafford

OBO was given special treatment when he went to Old Trafford in 2021 to witness Manchester United play the Italian club Atalanta in a champions league match. The singer was delighted to support Manchester United at the stadium as a fan.

received a Manchester United jersey with his name embroidered on the number 7. On Manchester United’s official Instagram account, a picture of the performer wearing jersey number 7 was uploaded.

Adekunle Gold

Adekunle Gold

Another well-known celebrity from Nigeria who is a devoted supporter of Manchester United is Adekunle Gold. Last season, the renowned artist visited Old Trafford twice to see a Manchester United game.

, as he is often known, was let down when United lost on his visits. Nevertheless, since the end of the previous season, the club has been having form issues.

DJ Cuppy

DJ Cuppy

The well-known female DJ from Nigeria is an avid supporter of Manchester. Cuppy has frequently stated how much she adores and supports Manchester United.

She previously appeared in an Adidas commercial for Manchester United uniforms. In 2022, the billionaire’s daughter paid a visit to Old Trafford.

Joeboy

Joeboy

Joeboy, a well-known Nigerian artist, is a devoted supporter of Manchester United. He went to the “Old Trafford” stadium in 2022 to see Manchester United play Liverpool, which resulted in a 2–1 victory for the red devils.


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Falz

While most of the artists on this list just visited Old Trafford as spectators, Falz did than watch, he got the opportunity to show off his football skills at the 74,310-capacity stadium.

The singer who supports Arsenal it was a lifetime moment for him as he played against an all-star UK team at Old Trafford.

In another video from the match, he scored a goal, Falz stated that he deserved a Ballon d’Or.

 

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