Audio Visual

Our brand new state of the art facilities at Emirates Old Trafford are the envy of many in the business. From movable interior walls, digital signage, interior lighting systems and lumen projector units we offer many facilities not available elsewhere. Our preferred supplier list combines technical and creative expertise to make your event unique. EOT is about making your event iconic and providing the perfect solution to meet all your audio-visual needs.

Suppliers

Looking for reputable suppliers? Our events team can point you in the right direction. From venue dressers to flowers and entertainment we only work with suppliers who offer excellent service, quality and expertise. We can provide a one stop shop to give your event the wow factor.

IT (Wi-Fi)

At Emirates Old Trafford we understand that internet access is a key element in communications during an event. We offer free Wi-Fi and are part of the ABPCO’s Cloud Initiative to provide free Wi-Fi to delegates.

Business organiser’s office

We have a free business office based in The Point for you to use during your event, so whether you need PC/laptop or printer access or are looking for somewhere to break away from the main event we have the space for you.

Parking

We offer car parking for 600 cars and 18 disabled car park spaces on site. To see where our car parking is based, view the grounds plan. We also have spaces that can accommodate coaches. We can arrange for additional parking to be made available at Trafford Town Hall car park on Talbot Road opposite the ground, MUFC and Tesco. Please contact us for further details.

PR

In order to maximise exposure and bring added value to our clients our PR company, Bird Consultancy, can liaise with you regarding your PR needs.  If you would like to speak to Bird Consultancy about how they can help with your event, please email Peter Bird at pb@birdconsultancy.co.uk 

Call our Events Team on 0161 282 4020Email us at events@lccc.co.ukMake an enquiry
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t Emirates Old Trafford we understand the importance of embracing sustainability. As a prestigious award winning venue in the North West we are committed to environmental, corporate and social issues:

Sustaining our environment

We are very committed to being Green and our recent development plans have incorporated eco-friendly features. The design and build specification of The Point was developed by the internationally-acclaimed architects BDP in order to place sustainability / environmental awareness at its very core.  We believe that The Point is one of the ‘greenest’ event facilities in the North West. This has been recognised by receiving the Gold Award from the Green Business Tourism Scheme. The Point’s numerous eco-friendly features are:

Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater is collected from the roof of the suite and channelled into storage tanks. This is then used as ‘grey water’ (i.e. toilet flushing etc.) to significantly reduce the mains water consumption of the building.

Solar Panels

Situated on the roof, solar panels collect solar energy and use it to heat water, which is used to provide for the hot water demands on the building, notably the catering facilities. The panels function in cloudy conditions, so it is not necessary to have actual sunshine – probably just as well really!

Low Energy Lighting

The lighting scheme for the building pioneers extensive use of revolutionary low energy LED lighting technology. The vast majority of lights in the suite are low energy fittings, significantly reducing energy requirements by up to a third, whilst also minimising replacement and disposal.

Light Motion Detectors

PIR occupancy detection is installed in all relevant areas, so that lights are only on when spaces are occupied.

Solar Control

The main pitch-side glazed facade of the building faces south, offering spectacular views out to the pitch as well as a sunny aspect to the long external balcony. During winter, the solar gain from the low-angle sun helps to augment heating the space up. Glare is controlled with retractable blinds, which can also provide black-out conditions where required for events. During summer, the high-angle summer sun is shaded with external louvres located at roof level, above the balcony. This acts in tandem with special solar control glass, which reflects ultra-violet radiation whilst providing a high level of insulation to maintain the desired internal environment all year round.

Super Insulation

The insulation values for the entire external envelope of the building exceed current standards by 15%, again helping to minimise thermal losses and maximise energy efficiency, whilst maintaining the desired internal environment.

Environmental Conditioning

Providing the right environment for main events space in the most efficient way, a displacement ventilation system is used which provides conditioned fresh air at floor level through special diffusers, maximising comfort for occupants. The ‘used’ air naturally rises and is extracted at high level, creating an efficient airflow circuit, which is much more energy efficient than conventional ‘top-down’ air conditioning systems whilst also creating a higher quality internal environment for the events space.

Fuel-efficient Ovens

The doors are triple-skinned to keep the heat in. Also, waste hot water passes over the incoming cold water, to take it up to a temperature of 60 degrees.

Pressure Bratt Pans

Bratt pans can cook 200 portions of food in one go and these ones will take a third of the time a normal one would take as the lids are clamped tightly closed, thus providing pressurised cooking.

Monitoring

One of the features to be built in for water and energy is visible usage data – thus we can supply figures pre- and post-event if required, and record consumption – a key element for any sustainable assessment scheme.

High Efficiency Hand-dryers

In the toilets, energy efficient units to dry hands means no paper towels are needed. Minimum maintenance and a long life expectancy are plus points as well.

Urinals

High efficiency/low water usage sanitary fittings have been specified in all locations throughout the building.

Recycling

Recycling facilities have been installed both in public and service areas. The aim is to recycle as much waste as possible generated during the use of the building.

Bike Racks

Bike Racks have been installed under the main building for use by both guests and staff.

Managing our social impact

We are dedicated to supporting the local economy. Built into our purchasing policy is a clause which actively encourages local companies to compete in the purchasing process. Significant amounts of our food purchasing are done through local companies and the Clubs main sponsor is Thwaites a brewer based in Blackburn. We have also established a herb garden in the grounds for the kitchen to use on a daily basis.

Community engagement

We have an agreement with Stretford High School to form a long (20 years) partnership as part of the development of the area, to include work placements, mentoring, input into the curriculum. The Club’s official charity partner is The LCCC Foundation who are committed to community projects. The LCCC Foundation has worked in partnership with Trafford College, Job Centre Plus, Trafford Council and the National Careers Service, highlighting our commitment to social responsibility.

Discover Manchester

Manchester is a truly dynamic, cultural, and vibrant city located in the heart of the North West. A hub for arts, culture, sporting events and business, Manchester is the perfect base for delegates to explore. Emirates Old Trafford is situated just three miles away from the city centre and is easily accessible by car and public transport.

On the doorstep of Emirates Old Trafford is Manchester’s unique waterfront destination, The Quays.  Home to some of the most spectacular attractions and iconic buildings in the UK. Within one square mile visitors will find culture, history, heritage and sport interwoven throughout our venues; The Lowry, IWM North, part of Imperial War Museums, Manchester Cruises, Mersey Ferries and the world’s most famous football stadium, Manchester United.

Make an enquiryCall our Events Team on 0161 282 4020Email us at events@lccc.co.uk

Hotels

The Old Trafford Lodge is our sustainable award winning 68 room hotel based within the grounds at Emirates Old Trafford. With 36 of the rooms hosting their own private balcony overlooking the historic pitch, a truly unique stay is guaranteed.

If you are looking for a city centre stay, just a two-minute walk from the city’s impressive Piccadilly Station, you’ll find Malmaison Manchester, the most prestigious boutique hotel in Manchester city centre. Designed with flair and imagination, with sumptuous accommodation and daring touches around every corner the Malmaison Manchester puts you in the heart of the action.

Just outside of the city we can recommend Worsley Park, a Marriot Hotel and Country Club.  Set within 200 acres of beautiful parkland with its own 18-hole championship golf course and complimentary parking. Situated minutes from the motorway network and seven miles from the heart of Manchester city centre, close attractions include Manchester United football ground, Manchester Phones4You Arena , Trafford Centre and Salford City Stadium. This Manchester luxury hotel’s 158 stylish guestrooms offer business-savvy touches, such as high-speed Internet access and spacious work desk. Guests can also enjoy free Wi-Fi Internet in the public areas and bars, the Spa of Senses and a leisure club with an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room and extensive gym. In addition, the hotel’s many accolades include an onsite AA Rosette award restaurant.

For more hotel options Visit Manchester can assist you in your search.