West Ham travel plans for semi final plus streaming


West Ham v AZ Alkmaar – semi final travel and streaming details here

West Ham fans travelling to the Conference semi final game tomorrow night Thursday will be well looked after.

A special meeting point has been sorted out for travel to and from the game,

Those who cannot make the trip can watch the game on BT Sport who will be showing the game from 7.15pm as the Hammers look to increase or at least hold onto their 1-0 win.

Should they do so, they will reach the final and a game against either Fiorentina of Italy or FC Basel of Switzerland in the final in Prague, Czechia, on Wednesday 7 June.

Basel are holding a 2-1 advantage going into the second leg at their St. Jakob-Park stadium on Thursday.

The Hammers have won 12 of their 13 ties  defeating Cypriots AEK Larnaca in the round of 16 and Belgian Cup holders KAA Gent (5-2) in the quarter-finals.

That followed a perfect six wins from six in Group B as Danes Silkeborg IF, Romanians FCSB and Gent’s fellow Belgians RSC Anderlecht were all defeated.

Meanwhile, AZ have won even more European matches than the Hammers this season, 13.

Since 2o22 they have defeated Tuzla City of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dundee United, Gil Vicente of Portugal, won five out of six Group E ties.

Those were against Dnipro-1 of Ukraine, Apollon Limassol of Cyprus and Vaduz of Liechtenstein, then defeated Lazio of Italy and Anderlecht.

All tickets for this match sold out to Bondholders and Season Ticket Holders with 66 or more Loyalty Points.

The club has revealed that A meeting point’ has been designated for West Ham United fans travelling to Alkmaar, situated at Paardenmarkt.

Food and drinks and entertainment will be available from 2-8pm local time, with free shuttle buses departing for AZ Stadium from 6.30pm until kick-off.

This is the only way to travel from the Meeting Point to the stadium, access to which is limited to supporters with tickets travelling by shuttle bus.

Shuttle buses will also take supporters from the stadium to Alkmaar railway station after the game for travel back to Amsterdam. From the railway station, it is a ten-minute walk to the Meeting Point.

Supporters must be in possession of a valid match ticket and acceptable identification, which must be produced upon request.

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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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