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Irons Announce Premier League Changes

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West Ham United have confirmed changes to kick-off times for some of their Premier League fixtures in August and September, according to insider ExWHUEmployee.

West Ham’s opening home game of the season against Aston Villa remains a 5:30 PM kick-off at the London Stadium and will be televised live on Sky Sports.

The highly anticipated home match against reigning champions Manchester City has been rescheduled for a 5:30 PM kick-off on August 31st and will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

The London derby against Chelsea on September 21st will now kick off at 12:30 PM and will be shown live on TNT Sports in the United States.

West Ham’s first two home fixtures (vs. Aston Villa and Manchester City) will both be 5:30 PM kick-offs on Sky Sports.

The Chelsea match on September 21st will be a 12:30 PM kick-off on TNT Sports.

These fixture time changes will likely impact West Ham fans planning their match attendance – as usual, it shows the influence broadcasters have these days!

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  • Darren says:

    Have you C&P again as you have repeated the same things over and over?

  • Peter Boakes says:

    What happened to the good old days when games started at 3.00 pm on a Saturday and the only television coverage was either match of the day or the big match.

    • Wayne says:

      Those days disappeared a couple of decades ago.

      This is what happens when the clubs demand more money for TV rights, they sign over the rights for the TV companies to do what they want.

  • Fred says:

    I’m a Hammer originating from Stratford who moved to Norfolk some years ago, but maintain the season ticket I have held for years. 17:30 games are a nightmare for me, its the whole day and night wasted for 90 minutes. Clubs think all supporters live on the doorstep.

  • Padraic says:

    I’m a season ticket holder living in Ireland. 5.30pm kick offs require an overnight stay for me, adding considerably to the cost!! Makes me think about attending the first two games!!

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