WINDOW OPEN UNTIL 14 JUNE
DEADLINE FOR 10 MONTH PAYMENT PLAN
DON’T LOSE YOUR SEAT
It’s important that you renew as following this date your seat will be made available to Season Ticket Holders wishing to relocate and then to supporters on the Waiting List.
PRIORITY RELOCATION WINDOW OPENS
Seat relocations will be subject to seat availability at the end of the renewal window. Relocations will be prioritised by how early you renew your Season Ticket, and the priority window slots will be communicated to supporters nearer the time. With over 95% renewal rate last season, supporters should be aware that there will be limited availability in popular areas.
PRIORITY RELOCATION WINDOW CLOSES
SEASON TICKET WAITING LIST WINDOW
Never miss a game!
Premier League Home matches & Cup priority
Priority on Home cup and Away fixtures, 10% discount on Umbro products and more*
Adults can save over £400 per season compared to purchasing match by match, while Under 16s can save over £500.
If applying for an accessible Season Ticket, you are required to provide proof of disability. Evidence can be provided in the form of DLA, PIP or CVI and be dated for the season 2020/21.
By joining you will automatically be allocated your Season Ticket seat for all Home cup games.*
PLUS – you will also receive double loyalty points for each Home cup attendance and receive priority for any later cup round stages, subject to availability.
When renewing online, you will receive a prompt at checkout stage asking to join.
Pay in full at eticketing.co.uk/whufc
Transfer to a friend
If you do not feel ready to return to London Stadium this season, you can transfer your seat for one season at no cost. Enter this form and we will be in touch with you to finalise details.
Defer for a year
If you are aged over 70 or categorised by the Government as 'clinically vulnerable' you can defer your Season Ticket for one season at no cost. Enter this form and we will be in touch with you to finalise details.
The Club was delighted to be the first team in the Premier League to welcome back 2,000 fans for the Manchester United fixture and introduced a range of policies for the safety of everyone attending the match. We will continue to follow the latest Government and Premier League guidance, but for more information on what we have put in place so far, please read more.
"I, for one, have missed you so much. Walking out at London Stadium in front of 60,000 people, listening to Bubbles ringing out and the roar when it stops just before kick-off – there is nothing quite like it. It’s also another part of the reason I have signed the contract extension. The thought of finishing my career playing for West Ham in empty stadiums is something I can’t comprehend, and the recent positive news means we hope to have you alongside us again before this season is out."