West Ham United hail return of crowds to London stadium
West Ham United are delighted to be able to welcome the return of 60,000 spectators to London Stadium at the start of the 2021/22 season.
Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement on Monday that the majority of COVID-19 restrictions – including those on crowd size during live sports – would be lifted from July 19, the Hammers will play in front of a stadium very soon Complete Londoner, with the Hammers hosting Leicester City in their home opener in the Premier League on Monday 23 August.
After playing in front of 10,000 loud and passionate members of the Claret & Blue Army for the 2020/21 season finale against Southampton – when Pablo Fornals scored twice and Declan Rice added another in a memorable 3-0 victory to ensure UEFA Europa League football – we can’t wait to relive the roar of a crowded stadium.
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Hammers skipper Mark Noble is delighted to hear another 60,000 Hammers sing Bubbles.
“I was at Wembley for the England v Germany game last week and hearing that atmosphere made me think that when we can get 60,000 back – the 10,000 we had for the Southampton game were pretty special – that would be fantastic.
“I got a little emotional in this game against Southampton, thinking that I won’t have a lot of it as a player anymore. So it will be nice to find the fans, and we will need them too. ”
Now, as we move towards a government decision on Roadmap Stage 4 and beyond, we will continue to work with the Premier League, football players and relevant public authorities to ensure that the return at full capacity is done so that everyone is safe.
Hammers fans can look to the new campaign with renewed hope and optimism as the Club look to build on the fantastic foundations of the last term.
Our loyal season ticket holders have renewed their seats in record numbers, and the best chance of ensuring you can join them for all the important moments will be to join the subscription waiting list.
For just a deposit of £ 10, redeemable for the purchase of your subscription, you can join the waiting list today, which means you’ll be able to experience it all live when seats become available.
As always, being a season pass holder is by far the most affordable way to watch the Hammers in action, especially after confirmation of a second consecutive price freeze for the 2021/22 season. It also gives fans the chance to never miss a Premier League home game and have priority over Premier League Cup home and away cup matches, along with many other discounts and benefits.
With season ticket prices starting at £ 320 for adults, £ 160 for over 65s and £ 99 for under 16, adults can save over £ 400 over the season compared to price per game, while Under-16s can save over £ 500 and can watch all Premier League home games from just £ 5.21 per game.
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