POP idols Take That have announced that they will tour UK stadiums next summer.

They will play three dates at Manchester’s Old Trafford Cricket Ground on June 26, 27 and 28.

They will also appear at London’s Wembley Stadium for two nights, plus concerts at Sunderland’s Stadium Of Light, Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium and Glasgow’s Hampden Park.

Tickets for all the concerts, costing £45 and £55, go on sale on Friday, October 31 The band, who reformed minus Robbie Williams in 2005 after a documentary marking a decade since their split, saw their comeback tour sell out in record time.

Their album, Beautiful World, sold more than two and a half copies in the UK, making it their most successful record to date.

They will release their new album, The Circus, on December 1, with a single, Greatest Day, released on November 24.

They have also won a string of awards, including an Ivor Novello for Shine and three Brit awards.

Gary Barlow said: “All of us are really looking forward to getting back on the road again next summer.

“We can think of no better way to thank everyone for their support and loyalty over the past three years.

“This will be the biggest tour we’ve ever done so we’ll be working especially hard over the next few months to make it the best and most exciting Take That tour yet.”