Manchester United’s Perth tour likely to be tourism bonanza for WA
The most recognised sporting brand on the planet — Manchester United — will spend an unprecedented 10 days in Perth within a soccer tourism bonanza which will include two matches, children’s training clinics, day a lunch in the Swan Valley with fans and a corporate golf.
In a worldwide coup for hawaii Government and Optus Stadium, the winners of 20 English league titles and three European championships have focused on bringing their full squad to Perth in July.
Premier Mark McGowan, who was simply photographed on the top of Optus Stadium to market the Manchester United visit, today with the club&rsquo will officially announce the offer;s treble-trophy winning legend Ronny Johnsen.
United will need on Perth Glory and English Championship League contenders Leeds United in matches on July 13 and 17, which are anticipated to draw a large number of the clubs’ fans from the Eastern States and round the global world.
“Not merely will the matches attract a large number of visitors to hawaii and generate plenty of publicity for all of us, the extended program of activities like the golf day and Swan Valley experience gives people more reason ahead and stay for the team’s visit,” Mr McGowan said.
In June, Forbes Magazine listed United as the utmost valuable team on the planet at a lot more than $4 billion.
Leeds United — a powerhouse of European soccer &mdash once; is looking to go back to the English Premier League this year and can spend five days in WA to greatly help mark its centenary year.
“From the feedback we’ve seen because the first reports of the project, we envisage that around 4000 to 5000 of these visitors being our passionate supporters from all over the world,” Leeds United’s leader Angus Kinnear said.
“We turn to seeing you all there forward.”
It is believed hawaii Government met fierce competition from the Victorian Government wanting Manchester United to play at the MCG.
The squad could have a minumum of one open work out, play golf at a public United and course legends will host a lunch at Sandalford Winery for supporters.