Manchester United's former striker will visit Vietnam on May 15. (Source: dailymail.co.uk)

Hanoi (VNA) – Manchester United ambassadors Dwight Yorke and Bryan Robson will come to Hanoi on May 15 to take part in an on-stage Q&A with fans.

The event, hosted as part of the ILOVEUNITED party and organised by the Red Devils, is aimed at helping fans around the world celebrate their unique passion for United. It will take place in Trinh Hoai Duc Gymnasium.

Vietnamese fans will be treated to a live screening of United’s final league match of the season, playing at home against AFC Bournemouth on May 15.

Yorke and Robson will also share personal anecdotes from their time at the club and give pre- and post-match analyses of the game. This unique event will also include entertainment, giveaways and competitions.

Hanoi is the destination for the final ILOVEUNITED event of the 2015/16 season. So far, ILOVEUNITED has touched down at Bangalore, Mumbai, Bahrain and Rio de Janeiro. Two simultaneous events in Seoul and New York will take place on May 7, a first for the club.

"We’re delighted to announce that we’re concluding this amazing journey in Hanoi, where we will try to bring some of the electrifying atmosphere of previous events to our passionate fans in Vietnam,” United’s group managing director Richard Arnold said on the website manutd.com.

The Vietnamese event is free to attend, and fans can apply online for tickets by visiting www.manutd.com/iloveunited no later than May 8. Applications will then be entered into a draw, with tickets issued at random. Successful applicants will be notified by email no later than May 11.-VNA