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West Ham United Tickets

Based in the heart of the capital, demand for West Ham tickets is always high. Away tickets to West Ham games can still sell out very quickly, as most seats are reserved for home fans.

You can buy tickets for both West Ham United home and away matches using the links below from our trusted retailers.

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How to Buy West Ham Tickets: Home and Away

It's easy to buy West Ham tickets with Ticket Compare. Use the table above to choose a game, then compare prices from trusted sellers. Buying tickets for Premier League games can be complicated. Read on for answers to frequently answered questions about how to buy West Ham tickets.


How Much are West Ham Tickets?

  Ticket prices can range from £30 to £95, depending on seating.    As with all Premier League matches, tickets are difficult to get, even with a membership. Ticket Compare can ensure you get the tickets to your chosen game and avoid disappointment. 

How Much is a West Ham Season Ticket?

  Season ticket prices for West Ham can cost between £299 (for Band 6) to £1,500 (for 1966 West) for an adult. 

Can You Get West Ham Tickets Without Membership?

  Members will be given an exclusive sales period in which to purchase a ticket for the respective game. After the period of sale to members has passed, and subject to availability, the game will go on general sale. However, even with a membership, it can be difficult to obtain these tickets. You can get hold of match-day tickets on Ticket Compare.    Membership costs £25 for kids and £40 for adults, but does not guarantee you tickets.   

About West Ham United

  West Ham United FC is an English professional football club based in East London. The club was founded in 1895 as Thames Ironworks and reformed in 1900 as West Ham United. The club joined the Western League for the 1901 season.   West Ham adopted their claret and sky blue colour scheme in the early 1900s, and are nicknamed ‘The Hammers’ and ‘The Irons’.    Find out below how to get hold of West Ham tickets for their upcoming fixtures.   

Stadium Information

  The London Stadium is based in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in the Stratford district of London. With a regulated capacity of 60,000, the London Stadium is the fifth-largest football stadium in England.   The address is London E20 2ST.   

Honours and Trophies

  West Ham have won the FA Cup three times: in 1964, 1975, and 1980. They also won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1965 and were runners-up in the competition in 1976.   The club were promoted to the top flight in 1923, when they were also losing finalists in the first FA Cup Final held at Wembley. West Ham won the inaugural Football League War Cup in 1940.   They are one of eight clubs never to have fallen below the second tier of English football, spending 63 of 95 league seasons in the top flight.  

Team Information

  West Ham have had some great players over the years, some of whom are considered legends at the club. Bobby Moore, who was part of England's World Cup-winning team in 1966, is perhaps the most famous player to have ever donned a West Ham shirt. Other legendary players include Paolo Di Canio, Frank Lampard Snr and Dimitri Payet.   The combative midfielder Billy Bonds is also viewed as a West Ham legend. He boasts the most appearances for the club, spanning over 20 years. Vic Watson holds the record for the team’s highest goalscorer, with 326 goals in total.    Trevor Booking had an illustrious career with West Ham, with a stand named after him at the Upton Park. He made 636 appearances as a player, and has since managed the club on two occasions.


  West Ham United and Millwall share a bitter rivalry that has simmered for over a century. The two clubs are local rivals, having both been founded by employees of local companies. They first played each other in the 1899-1900 FA Cup. The match was known as the Dockers derby, as both sets of supporters were predominantly dockers at shipyards on either side of the Thames. Matches between the clubs have often resulted in violence both on and off the pitch, and the conflict is one of the most notorious within the world of football hooliganism.   West Ham also have strong rivalries with other London clubs. The most famous are with Tottenham Hotspur, in an East vs. North London derby, and Chelsea, in an East vs. West London rivalry. The rivalry with Tottenham has been fuelled by a number of key players leaving the Hammers to join Tottenham over the years.
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