COMS or Eastlands, as it is known in England, is in Manchester city center, just a few minutes from the central railway station. It was built in 2002 as an attempt to host the 2000 Olympics, which were eventually awarded to Sydney. However, Manchester successfully hosted the 2002 Commonwealth Games. It has a capacity of 47,726. It has a very wide stage, is very comfortable and access could not be more comfortable with e-readers. In addition, Manchester has a good signage and has a large parking annex for 2,000, within the same city. There are another 8,000 places around. Unlike other clubs in the Premier League, where it is virtually impossible to buy a ticket, you should not have any problems (despite the huge number of fans).