Join West Ham Womens’ team Supporters Board

There is still time if you are keen to get involved with the West Ham womens’ team Supporters Board.

Chaired by supporters Jo Bailey and Peter Tyler, the WSB features Hammers fanswho liaise regularly with senior management staff at West Ham United as well as meeting with representatives from the women’s team Board of Directors each season to discuss key matters of interest to the Club and our supporters.

The 2023/24 Barclays Women’s Super League season started this this month, with the game at Brighton & Hove Albion giving the       Irons their first win of the new campaign under the guidance of Rehanne Skinner (above), who has become the Club’s first female manager.

The aim of the WSB is to work together with the Club to provide the best experience for supporters across all areas of the women’s game, in addition to sharing feedback on Club processes and services, matchdays, supporter communications and content, and fan-focused initiatives.

The WSB are directly contactable, providing fans with an opportunity to engage with fellow supporters and to raise questions, discussion topics and feedback to senior staff at West Ham United.

Once all of the fan representative positions are filled, the WSB will meet with each other first, before holding an inaugural meeting with the women’s team Board of Directors and senior management, where a new relationship will be organised together.

The WSB are looking for enthusiastic, energetic and a diverse range of supporters with a keen interest in West Ham United and the supporter experience.

Applications close on Monday 23 October 2023 at 5pm.

For any queries or support contact supporterservices@westhamunited.co.uk.

Apply for the WSB by clicking here!

 

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