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Bastian Schweinsteiger- Dream Day 2015

Dream Days

As part of our commitment to charity work, we hold Dream Days twice a year, for fans with life-limiting illnesses. The days are a dream-come-true for fans, many of whom deal with intense pain and discomfort on a day-to-day basis. For some of the supporters the chance to meet the players is a truly uplifting experience and at a time when they need it most.

Dream Days

The Foundation works closely with ‘wish’ charities, such as Rays of Sunshine, Starlight Children's Charity, Promise Dreams, The Willow Foundation and Dreams Come True, to organise the days. These charities specialise in granting wishes to seriously ill children and adults.

A typical Dream Day will involve the fans and a family member/carer arriving at Manchester United’s Aon Training Complex in Carrington in time to watch the team train from the new Jimmy Murphy visitors' centre. Following this, they meet their heroes and have lunch. They then have the option of going to Old Trafford for a museum and stadium tour or this opportunity can be taken at a later date.

For further information or to enquire about future Dream Days for yourself or a loved one please contact enquiries@mufoundation.org