West Ham have sold all 52,000 of the club’s season tickets ahead of the 2017/18 season.
Ticket sales opened to fans on the waiting list just over two weeks ago, however in an unexpected fortnight of ticket sales the Club has now sold its full allocation of Season Tickets six weeks before the new season kicks off.
Co-Chairman David Sullivan has thanked the fans for their unprecedented support, saying on the club’s official website: “West Ham United has the best supporters in the country who, time and time again, go above and beyond in their display of commitment and devotion to this Club.
“We always harboured the belief and confidence that our fanbase was deserving of a bigger and better platform and, for the second consecutive season, we will have 52,000 Season Ticket Holders backing Slaven’s side at every home game this season.”
Manager Slaven Bilic also praised the Claret and Blue army for their support, saying: “I want to thank all 52,000 of those supporters who have faith in the team, my staff and I to keep them entertained with the kind of football and results that their incredible support deserves.
“At every match the players and I feel the fans’ support from the stands, and we hope to be able to create some more fantastic memories this season for all West Ham supporters, in front of a packed London Stadium.”
While some fans on the waiting list missed out on a season ticket, they are still in pole position to secure a seat at a future date.