Fans Meeting Point details revealed


West Ham fans in Prague will gather at the Fan Meeting Point in Letná Park from 12noon tomorrow for pre-match celebrations ahead of our UEFA Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina.

A statement on the official West Ham site says the area is located on the North side of Letná Park, opposite the epet Arena. There are two subway stops close to the Fan Meeting Point (Hradčanská and Vltavská), and the Sparta tram stop.

The Fan Meeting Point will open at 12noon and remain open until after the game has finished. It is completely free to access the area. However capacity is limited, and space will be filled on a first come first-served basis.

The area is open to ALL fans, regardless of whether you have a ticket for the final or not.

Furthermore, a public viewing of the match on multiple LED screens will be organised in the Fan Meeting Point for Hammers supporters who are in Prague on matchday but are not going to the game.

Throughout the day we’ll have plenty of entertainment for you to enjoy including:

  • Your favourite matchday host Chris Scull will be taking you through the day and helping us countdown to kick-off
  • DJ Tony Perry will be building the atmosphere with pre-match DJ sets to get you in the mood for the final
  • West Ham United legends will be joining us to give their opinions on the game and build excitement
  • Lifelong West Ham fan Chesney Hawkes is taking to the stage for an afternoon performance filled with fan favourites, singalong songs and his biggest hits. His performance is likely to take place around 3pm*, so make sure you’re there early to join in the fun

There will also be plenty of food and drink available for you to buy throughout the day.

Please note the Fan Meeting Point will be cashless so make sure you plan accordingly.

The West Ham United Supporter Services team will also be on hand at the Fan Meeting Point to help answer any questions.

To facilitate matchday travel, free shuttle buses for all fans on regular flights will be running from PRG Airport to the Fan Meeting Point on matchday between 9am and 5pm, departing every 15-20 minutes. All shuttle buses will be accessible for disabled fans. Supporters on charter flights should use the charter coaches which have been pre-booked for them by their travel agency.

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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