The Red Rose Wall
We have given cricket fans and those with an affinity to Old Trafford the opportunity to be part of Old Trafford’s history, and in doing so, create a lasting legacy in the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club. The Red Rose Wall was created to give people the chance to take their place amongst legends and fellow fans.
Not only do the stones enhance the look of the stadium and create a striking feature, but ultimately, the profits from donations have generated necessary funding for the LCCC Foundation which inspires communities through cricket. We have created a piece of history by giving cricket, sport and music fans the chance to become part of the Emirates Old Trafford.
The Red Rose Wall was opened at Emirates Old Trafford on the 7th February 2014, by Lancashire player and LCCC Foundation Ambassador Jimmy Anderson at precisely 1:50pm to mark the Club’s 150th Anniversary Year. Situated under the redeveloped Pavilion the Red Rose Wall also features stones recognising Lancashire Legends past and present including Warren Hegg and Jack Bond who was also present at the opening.
The Red Rose Wall is now available to view on a match day or by appointment via the LCCC Foundation on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have purchased a stone you can find a map and stone location information shown below.
In the centre of the Red Rose Wall is a Legends Panel, a section dedicated to those who have secured legend status at Old Trafford.
Named stones purchased have been fitted alongside such names as Brian Statham, Cyril Washbrook, Andrew Flintoff, Neil Fairbrother, Farokh Engineer, Warren Hegg, Peter Lever, J T Tyldesley, Roy Hattersall, James Anderson, Geoff Pullar, Glen Chapple, Brian Statham, Cyril Washbrook, Neil Fairbrother, Andrew Flintoff, Clive Lloyd, Jack Bond, Eddie Paynter, Ernest Tyldesley, Michael Atherton, Archie McClaren, Johnny Briggs, George Duckworth, Jack Simmonds, S F Barnes, Wasim Akram and Ted McDonald
The Red Rose Wall Phase 2
On Sunday 21st January 2018 we unveiled the 2nd Phase of the Red Rose Wall. The Red Rose Wall phase 1 was originally opened at Emirates Old Trafford on the 7th February 2014, by Lancashire player and Lancashire Cricket Foundation Ambassador Jimmy Anderson. Situated under the redeveloped Pavilion the Red Rose Wall also features stones recognising Lancashire Legends past and present including Warren Hegg and Jack Bond who was also present at the opening.