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A historic club from London’s East End, West Ham United, or The Hammers, was formed in 1895 and joined the Football League in 1919. They are one of only 8 clubs to have never fallen below the 2nd tier of English football although they have never managed to win the Premier League.

Recently, West Ham have undergone a big change. Leaving the Boleyn Ground, or Upton Park as it was known, their home for more than a century to take over as the owners of the London Olympic Stadium, now known as London Stadium. The 60,000 capacity stadium is located in Stratford in East London and is now the home to the Hammers.

West Ham claim many rivalries with other clubs, notably Tottenham and Chelsea in the Premier League but they have a long-standing and sometimes violent history with local rivals Millwall FC.

Three West Ham players were involved in the 1966 World Cup Final for England as they became World Champions. Bobby Moore, goalscorer Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters secured their place in history among the Hammers faithful, the current squad will be looking to try and match those heights sometime soon. Compare the best priced tickets to London Stadium and see the Hammers in action now. Whether you are looking for WHU tickets to home games, away matches or even in the FA Cup, EFL Cup, Seat Compare will have them all listed. If The Hammers are in the UEFA Europa League or UEFA Champions League then tickets will also be available.

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Tickets can also be purchased directly at the West Ham United ticket office, however games normally sell-out, first to season ticket holders and then to team members. To be a member of West Ham United, visit the official club website and pay the annual fee, however this is no guarantee of seats from the box office. Seat-Compare.com is the best place to purchase tickets on the secondary market.

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Tickets for West Ham United have an average price of £100. Seat-Compare.com is the first website to offer live pricing comparison of different websites. The minimum price tickets that Seat Compare has found for resale is £89. Select the West Ham United event above and Seat-Compare.com will search for the best deal, ready for purchase today.

Where do West Ham United play?

Home games are played at London Stadium

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Home Stadium: London Stadium: London, United Kingdom

All home games of are played at London Stadium in London, to order West Ham United tickets, see fixtures listed above..

London Stadium Details

Stadium Info:

London Stadium is one of the originally multi purpose venues in UK instead of for football only. It was built from 2008 to 2011 for London 2012 Olympics and located in a huge and advanced multi sports complex in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London, along with other sport venues such as London Aquatic Center, Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Center, basketball and water polo arena. After the summer olympic, the venue has been the home turf for West Ham United since 2016.

Stadium Facilities 

Considering the joint location with other venues in the Olympic Park, London Stadium’s facilities are not considerably many apart from car park, health care center, running track, cycle racks for bicycle, cash machine and multi faith rooms. The other supporting facilities such as the park, media room, and observation tower belongs to Olympic Park. 

Historic Matches at the stadium 

The highest attendance record in London Stadium was the first home game of The Hammers in the Premier League 2016/2017 season with 56,977 people when they played host to Bournemouth. Declan Rice and Co managed to come from behind after conceding 2-0 and won 4-2. That is the only worth remembering game in football so far. However, in non-football events, there have been plenty of them. The most unforgettable one was of course the London 2012 Olympic Games, from opening and closing ceremony to the athletic finals, plus the Paralympic Games afterwards. Furthermore, some other sporting events which have been held in this stadium are 2015 Rugby World Cup, 2017 World Athletic and Para athletic championships, 2018 Athletic World Cup, 2019 Cricket World Cup, 2018 Major Baseball League London Series plus some other less well-known sport events such as motosport race and rugby league and several concerts.

Transportation to the Stadium 

London Stadium is easily accessible by public transport. If the fans opt for taking bus,  there are four routes they can take. The 108 route can be taken at Lewinsham Station and ends at Stratford Internationals Station, the 308 route can be taken from Wansted and stops at Clapham Station, the 339 route begins at Shadwell Station and ends at Leytonstone Station, and the 388 route starts at Elephant & Castle to Stratford City Bus Station. 

If one picks the train, there are a number of options available, London Underground (by Jubilee and Central line and get off at Stratford station), London Overground (by North London line and get off at Hackney, Stratford and Wick station) Crossrail (by Elizabeth line to Stratford station), National Rail (by Great Eastern Main line, Lee Valley Line, West Anglia Main line and gets off at Stratford station or High Speed 1 line to Stratford International station) and Dockland Light Railway. 

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