Hammers to stream tomorrow’s game on WHTV

UEFA LEagueThe club has confirmed that tomorrow night’s game against FC Lusitans will be streamed live on whufc.com!

The broadcast of the first qualifying round first leg meeting with the Andorran club will begin at 7.30pm, enabling fans everywhere to enjoy the build-up.

Commentary will be provided by experienced UEFA commentator Rob Daly, with expert analysis from former Hammers winger Stuart Slater.

West Ham United Managing Director Angus Kinnear said he was delighted that the Club’s wider fanbase would be able to join 35,000 fans inside the stadium in embarking on what will be a memorable 2015/16 campaign.

“Everyone at the Club has been bowled over by the amazing interest and enthusiasm shown by supporters for what promises to be an emotional, unforgettable season, starting with our UEFA Europa League visit of FC Lusitans” said Kinnear.

“Ever since the draw was made, we have been inundated with enquiries about tickets from fans all over the world, and to completely sell out the Boleyn Ground just shows what a special group our supporters are.

“For those unable to attend in person, we were determined to make sure our fans were able to enjoy the game and, thanks to the backing of our principal partner Betway, they will be able to do so on whufc.com, completely free of charge.

“A year from now we will be moving to our new Stadium and the support for this fixture only reconfirms our confidence that we will be roared on by 54,000 fans when we get there.”


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17 comments on “Hammers to stream tomorrow’s game on WHTV

  1. Well done West Ham
    Great night for everyone

  2. Top news for the folk that cant make it.Good on them for getting it sorted out.

  3. lets hope the site doesn’t crash with overload?!

  4. Lol,sounds about right!

  5. Excellant stuff,glad it is sorted,nice everyone will get a chance to watch who aint able to go.Quite a few people i know already had prior things lined up.This summer football is all wrong,lol

  6. Hopefully it doesn’t crash I can’t make the match but at least I can get to watch it

  7. Well at the risk of posting before asking permission from Bubs

    What fantastic news, well done the club

  8. Spot on,great that many can now see the game.European football back at The Boleyn,cant wait 😉

  9. Excellent,im not going tomorrow so now i have my evening sorted out.Beer & The Irons.Lovely!!

    • Same boat as me Spoonie,gutted to be missing it but delighted it’s being streamed

      • Yep,already had something lined for early evening i cant get out of.Never even crossed my mind about it being the match.July football is difficult to get my head around with regards to the irons 😉

      • I’m the same but even worse my plans were cancelled. July is nuts hope it’s a bit cooler for them tomorrow night lol

  10. You don’t need anyone’s permission fobyac just stop trying to wind everybody up,
    If you want a row take it out on the old lady or man like the rest of us,
    Try being up beat
    Oh by the way you have my permission

  11. Is it safe to come back on here again??? Lol
    i always knew those lovely people would let us all watch the game for nothing ::-D

  12. No new song for tomorrow Spoonie as we have a standing leader ?
    Is Kevin not about I never post this late normally

  13. I saw it got a bit tasty earlier, glad i went out 😀
    might have to mug the mrs & nick her lappy to watch, that or go blind trying to use this 7″ tab I got free with my mobile.

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