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Posted 21st Dec 2019

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Are they giving me the £20 to go? if so it's not enough!
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Are they giving me the £20 to go? if so it's not enough!
Am i missing something as this shows Adults at £35 minimum??

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Click on band 5 tickets. There's plenty of tickets
urbanbushwacker21/12/2019 12:17

Are they giving me the £20 to go? if so it's not enough!


An oldie but a goodie.
Whilst it's a great price, I just can't bring myself to recomend a trip to Werst Ham's stadium. It has the worst view of any stadioum I've ever been to, which makes it difficult to event tell the players apart. On top of this, the stadium itself (inside, on the concourses and the approach to it) is incredibly open to the elements and you'll get soaked and frozen.

My advice would be to stop when you get as far as Westfields Shopping centre and spend the day in there instead!
N1Andy21/12/2019 12:41

Whilst it's a great price, I just can't bring myself to recomend a trip to …Whilst it's a great price, I just can't bring myself to recomend a trip to Werst Ham's stadium. It has the worst view of any stadioum I've ever been to, which makes it difficult to event tell the players apart. On top of this, the stadium itself (inside, on the concourses and the approach to it) is incredibly open to the elements and you'll get soaked and frozen.My advice would be to stop when you get as far as Westfields Shopping centre and spend the day in there instead!


Had the worst view of the stadium (up in the gods) or you were open to the elements (in which case one of the front rows with a great view), it couldn't have been both.
In common with a lot of modern stadiums.
N1Andy21/12/2019 12:41

Whilst it's a great price, I just can't bring myself to recomend a trip to …Whilst it's a great price, I just can't bring myself to recomend a trip to Werst Ham's stadium. It has the worst view of any stadioum I've ever been to, which makes it difficult to event tell the players apart. On top of this, the stadium itself (inside, on the concourses and the approach to it) is incredibly open to the elements and you'll get soaked and frozen.My advice would be to stop when you get as far as Westfields Shopping centre and spend the day in there instead!


New Stadium experience coupled with a football match 2 - 0 Westfields Shopping ZZZZzzzzzzzzzz.........
richb301221/12/2019 13:41

Had the worst view of the stadium (up in the gods) or you were open to the …Had the worst view of the stadium (up in the gods) or you were open to the elements (in which case one of the front rows with a great view), it couldn't have been both. In common with a lot of modern stadiums.



I didn't think I would have to explain more, as I thought it was common knowledge........but, it is equally bad from both the gods and the front.

The camber of the pitch and distance from it (you asre by no means close) means that the front row is like watching a match on your knees from half a pitch away.
The low rake of the stands means that the back is absolutely miles away from the pitch - I'd guess you're about a football pitch length away (or that's how it feels) from the edge of the actual pitch. The rake also means that you don't actually feel high up looking down on a match. In several areas there are (what can best be described as) trampolines separating the lower front tier from the upper rear tiera, and this has the effect to separate any pretence to atmosphere as there is an audible delay between singing.......I also experienced several matches where the atmosphere could only be described as "toxic" and I did not feel safe with my kids there and had to leave early.

Exposure:
The concourses are pretty open to the elements, which means the wind rushes through and takes the rain with it.
The angle of the roof means that rain actually reaches about 1/2 way through the stands........that is not taking into account that a large section of the lower tier is outside of the roof anyway.
The stadium is effectively on an open island in the middle of as very clear parkland, and the walk up to the stadium is very open to the elements with no cover or anything top stop the wind.

I'm not a West Ham fan, but I did have a season ticket up until this season as they were incredibly cheap and it's easy to get to from Kent on the High Speed........masybe if I was a West Ham fan I'd find it reasonable to put up with the stadium to watch the footballm, but in my opinion it is possibly the worst football ground I have ever been to, and I now prefer to go to Dagenham & Redbridge.
Edited by: "N1Andy" 21st Dec 2019
Had a season ticket as they were cheap and not a West Ham fan, then complains about a lack of atmosphere and getting cold on the walk to the stadium. You sound like the sort of 'fan' they could do without.
N1Andy21/12/2019 14:38

I didn't think I would have to explain more, as I thought it was common …I didn't think I would have to explain more, as I thought it was common knowledge........but, it is equally bad from both the gods and the front.The camber of the pitch and distance from it (you asre by no means close) means that the front row is like watching a match on your knees from half a pitch away.The low rake of the stands means that the back is absolutely miles away from the pitch - I'd guess you're about a football pitch length away (or that's how it feels) from the edge of the actual pitch. The rake also means that you don't actually feel high up looking down on a match. In several areas there are (what can best be described as) trampolines separating the lower front tier from the upper rear tiera, and this has the effect to separate any pretence to atmosphere as there is an audible delay between singing.......I also experienced several matches where the atmosphere could only be described as "toxic" and I did not feel safe with my kids there and had to leave early.Exposure:The concourses are pretty open to the elements, which means the wind rushes through and takes the rain with it.The angle of the roof means that rain actually reaches about 1/2 way through the stands........that is not taking into account that a large section of the lower tier is outside of the roof anyway.The stadium is effectively on an open island in the middle of as very clear parkland, and the walk up to the stadium is very open to the elements with no cover or anything top stop the wind.I'm not a West Ham fan, but I did have a season ticket up until this season as they were incredibly cheap and it's easy to get to from Kent on the High Speed........masybe if I was a West Ham fan I'd find it reasonable to put up with the stadium to watch the footballm, but in my opinion it is possibly the worst football ground I have ever been to, and I now prefer to go to Dagenham & Redbridge.


Thanks for sharing that How much was the WH season ticket and how much is the current one?
MarioMan21/12/2019 16:28

Thanks for sharing that How much was the WH season ticket and how much …Thanks for sharing that How much was the WH season ticket and how much is the current one?


I think it was about £299 for me and half that for my daughter.

Whilst I'm not a West Ham fan (I actually suppoort Dover Athletic, but go to a few Daggers matches as I like their ground), it was a really cheap way for me and my daughter to see all the Premier League stars.
richb301221/12/2019 16:26

Had a season ticket as they were cheap and not a West Ham fan, then …Had a season ticket as they were cheap and not a West Ham fan, then complains about a lack of atmosphere and getting cold on the walk to the stadium. You sound like the sort of 'fan' they could do without.



Just because you're not a fan of the club doesn't mean you can't enjoy an atmosphere and the whole football experience......as for being "the sort of fan they could do without", they seemed pretty keen when they sold them to me from a cold call outside Westfields, and besides, I probably turned up to more matches than most of them - if the stadium was ever full then I might have felt a little guilty.......but it seldom was.
N1Andy21/12/2019 12:41

Whilst it's a great price, I just can't bring myself to recomend a trip to …Whilst it's a great price, I just can't bring myself to recomend a trip to Werst Ham's stadium. It has the worst view of any stadioum I've ever been to, which makes it difficult to event tell the players apart. On top of this, the stadium itself (inside, on the concourses and the approach to it) is incredibly open to the elements and you'll get soaked and frozen.My advice would be to stop when you get as far as Westfields Shopping centre and spend the day in there instead!


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This is the closest I have sat at the London Stadium, This was literally behind the away teams bench. I actually really enjoyed the view but these are premium seats. I posted this on facebook and my mate replied of a pic of him there shaking hands with Thor he was that high lol.

I'm a West Ham fan and actually hate the new stadium if I am honest. Give me Upton Park any day.

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dbizal21/12/2019 18:28

This is the closest I have sat at the London Stadium, This was literally …This is the closest I have sat at the London Stadium, This was literally behind the away teams bench. I actually really enjoyed the view but these are premium seats. I posted this on facebook and my mate replied of a pic of him there shaking hands with Thor he was that high lol. I'm a West Ham fan and actually hate the new stadium if I am honest. Give me Upton Park any day. [Image]


I enjoyed Upton Park immensely (the Boleyn).......was a good fun atmosphere in a traditional ground and always felt close and compact (I like Palace and Milwall for similar reasons).
N1Andy21/12/2019 18:36

I enjoyed Upton Park immensely (the Boleyn).......was a good fun …I enjoyed Upton Park immensely (the Boleyn).......was a good fun atmosphere in a traditional ground and always felt close and compact (I like Palace and Milwall for similar reasons).


The Boleyn (poo)s on this Stadium for atmosphere to be honest. But The Premier League is all about the money now days, literally sucking out the joy of going to a game.
It's one train from Chadwell Heath to get to the new Stadium for me... yet I have been there less since we moved.
dbizal21/12/2019 18:39

The Boleyn (poo)s on this Stadium for atmosphere to be honest. But The …The Boleyn (poo)s on this Stadium for atmosphere to be honest. But The Premier League is all about the money now days, literally sucking out the joy of going to a game. It's one train from Chadwell Heath to get to the new Stadium for me... yet I have been there less since we moved.



I was never a fan of the Emirates for similar reasons. It's why I like lower league football..........but that's never gunna cut the mustard with the kids (who want to see star players)!
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