West Ham Season tickets go on sale


 Season Ticket Holders are able to renew online for the 2023/24 campaign now!

The club has declared in doing so that it and the fans has broken records together. 62,500 sold-out crowds every week at London Stadium – the highest attendances and the highest number of Season Ticket Holders in the Premier League in the capital.

The European campaign last year and this has resulted in the club clocking up the fourth highest average attendance in Europe in 2022.

  • The 2023/24 Season Ticket renewal window is now open and will run until Friday 16 June.
  • Season Ticket Holders can now renew for the upcoming campaign.
  • Club London Members can renew their Seasonal Membership from next week.
  • Supporters can find out more information on Season Ticket pricing and benefits via our dedicated website at
  • If you are not already a Season Ticket Holder, then you can sign up to the Season Ticket Priority List for just £10, click here. 
  • With the Barclays Women’s Super League season commencing in late September, an announcement regarding an on-sale date for Season Tickets will be made in due course.
Fans at London Stadium

Season Ticket Holders will receive their renewal information by email on Wednesday 26 April, and the renewal window will be open until Friday 16 June.

To renew  log in to your personal West Ham United account on at, where your ticket reservation will automatically appear.

Under-18 Season Tickets available from just £99, the cheapest kids Season Tickets in the Premier League.

There will be an uplift on prices for 2023/24, below the current inflation rate, with a cost-per-game increase from just 58p for adults in Band 6, up to £6.32 in our 1966 seats.

Supporters wishing to renew their Season Ticket on finance can do so across a four or a ten month period. An admin fee of £37 (four months) / £60 (ten months) will apply.

Ticket Office staff are on hand to answer any questions you may have about your renewal by telephone on 0333 030 1966.

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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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