Chris Scott spent nearly three months building the impressive structure which has been completed to every little detail, right down to Fergie’s statue
A passionate Manchester United fan dedicated over 450 hours to creating a matchstick replica of the club’s Old Trafford ground.
Chris Scott gave up nearly 19 full days – spread across three months – to stick the impressive structure together.
The 41-year-old even toiled away in his shed this Sunday working away on his structure, rather than watching his beloved team’s 3-0 drubbing at the hands of rivals Arsenal.
Old Trafford has been Manchester United’s home since 1910 and is the second-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom.
It has been renovated over the years and Chris’ replica is almost identical to the current layout.
He has painted the stadium exactly the colours that it is currently designed to every exact detail.
The seats remain in the iconic red that Old Trafford currently sits, along with ‘Manchester United’ and Stretford End’ design.
Chris’ structure even includes the image of Sir Alex Ferguson outside the main entrance of the ground.
This news was originally published on mirror.co.uk