The reds will play their first Champions League away match since winning the tropy in Moscow at Aalborg's Energi Nord Arena, United's official website has confirmed.
It means our fans get a jaw-droppingly meagre 800 tickets, to be collected in person in Denmark.
Aalborg have confirmed that the reason for the low allocation is that the stadium's terraced area is to be fitted out with seats, limiting the total capacity to 10,500.
UEFA rules say a minimum of a 10 per cent the capacity must be given to the club and, on top of the 800 tickets, 250 more will go to MUTravel customers and club officials.
With hotel rooms on the pricey side and even hostel beds in 10-person dorms going at £28 per person, it may be wise to give this one a miss.
But if tickets being rare as fuck doesn't put you off, here are details of how to apply. Scroll down this blog for an Aalborg travel guide.
A more in-depth guide will follow in the coming weeks, while a guide to Glasgow and Villareal will be up in the next few days.