Man United fans will soon be able to build a LEGO® model of the Theatre of Dreams

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Manchester United may have fallen well behind City, Liverpool and others when it comes to winning matches, but when it comes to merchandising, they are still the team to beat.

So what do you get the United supporter who has everything?

They’ve got the United shirt, personalised mug, duvet cover, hair dryer, towel and coffee machine.

What about a LEGO® model of the Theatre of Dreams?

Because soon United fans will be able to build a unique and authentic 1:600 replica LEGO® model of Old Trafford stadium.

This incredibly detailed 3,898 piece model, which measures 6.5” (18.5cm) high, 18” (47cm) long and 15” (39cm) wide, is crammed full of authentic details including the Holy Trinity statue celebrating club legends Best, Law and Charlton and the Munich Clock.

For added realism, take a couple of bricks out when you finish building it to recreate the famous leaky roof of the Sir Bobby Charlton Stand.

LEGO Creator Expert Old Trafford will be available directly from LEGO retail stores and online exclusively for LEGO VIP members on 16th January 2020, with general availability from 1st February 2020, in time for the stadium’s 110th anniversary. Recommended retail price £249.99. Age 16+

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