West Ham United: Hammers fans invited to apply for tickets for Family Fun Day

PUBLISHED: 17:00 29 March 2018

West Ham United fans outside the ground before the Premier League match at London Stadium.

West Ham United fans outside the ground before the Premier League match at London Stadium.

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Free event to take place at the London Stadium on April 3

West Ham United season ticket holders, Claret members, supporters on the season ticket waiting list and Club London members are being invited to apply for tickets for the club’s Family Fun Day.

The free event takes place at the London Stadium on April 3 as a thank you to Hammers supporters.

With the event taking place during the school holidays, the Premier League club hope as many families can attend as possible.

Turnstiles at the London Stadium will open from 10am, giving supporters a chance to see the players being put through their paces in an open training session from 11.30am.

Fans will be able to catch the likes of Mark Noble, Marko Arnautovic and their colleagues preparing for the important league matches against Chelsea and Stoke City.

Those in attendance will also be treated to music, videos and entertainment on the giant screen, and live competitions on the day to win prizes.

As well as the action on the pitch, there will be plenty of activities to keep all ages entertained off it.

The Fan Zone on the Community Pitch next to the stadium will be open from 9am.

Due to the popularity of the area at the last event, the Fan Zone has been expanded, with more inflatables, face painting, five-a-side football among the activities on offer.

Club mascots Hammerhead and Bubbles will also be present at the Fan Zone to help aid the fun.

Season ticket holders, Club London members, Claret members and supporters on the season ticket waiting list can book their tickets now.

Places for the Family Fun Day can be secured calling the ticket office on 0333 030 1966 or by visiting

Accessibility supporters should email or call 0333 030 0174 to book their free tickets.

For more information about the Family Fun Day at the London Stadium, visit

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