When searching for West Bromwich Albion tickets fans should look no further than Football Ticket Pad who have a variety of ticket options available for every match at The Hawthorns for the 2017/18 season. The Baggies have finally found some Premier League consolidation to banish their reputation of being a club who are in and out of the English top flight. WBA have been a solid match in the Premier League since their promotion in 2010 and are one of the toughest sides to beat. The five time FA Cup winners have a proud history and large fanbase across the Midlands with West Brom tickets often selling out for their Premier League games.
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The Hawthorns is a relatively modern stadium and has been the home of the Baggies for over 100 years, with an overall capacity of just under 27,000. The stadium is located a short distance from Birmingham city centre making it a popular match choice for travelling football fans due to its prime location. The stadium consists of four all seated stands with the Birmingham Road End, West Stand, Smethwick End and East Stand with numerous VIP Hospitality and corporate facilities available for Football Ticket Pad customers to explore. Below we will take a look at some of the West Bromwich Albion ticket options available from Football Ticket Pad:
The Hawthorns Seating
Longside Upper: Seated in the upper tiers of the East Stand and West Stand at The Hawthorns. Longside Upper can offer some of the best views especially in a relatively small stadium like West Brom. The West Stand and East Stand are both large single tier stands which back onto executive boxes and corporate hospitality suites.
Longside Lower: Similar to Longside Upper, Longside Lower seats are housed in the East Stand and the West Stand in the first few rows and are closer to the pitch than Longside Upper seats. Longside Lower seats in the West Stand provide customers with seats next to the dugout and players tunnel, as well as a prime view and eye-level seats.
Shortside Upper: These seats are located in the upper tiers behind each goal. Despite being further away from the action they do offer a good view of the match and are slightly cheaper than Longside tickets. Shortside Upper tickets at The Hawthorns are hosted in the Birmingham Road End, which hosts the most passionate and loudest West Brom supporters and the Smethwick End which is split between both home and away supporters.
Shortside Lower: Lower tier seats behind the goals in both the Birmingham Road End and Smethwick End of the stadium. These are often the cheapest seats available on Football Ticket Pad and can offer the chance to be in the thick of the action and close to the players.
VIP Hospitality: A selection of WBA VIP hospitality tickets are available from Football Ticket Pad. If your ticket is not showing on our fixture pages do not hesitate to contact a member of staff on our live chat service and see what hospitality options we have available at The Hawthorns. West Brom hospitality tickets are housed in both the East Stand and the West Stand with the club VIP tickets being in the East Stand. The Richardson Suite is a popular choice in the East Stand, or perhaps you may prefer your own box with private dining, complimentary bar and private balcony seats.
Away Section: Travelling supporters are seated in the Smethwick End of the stadium in Block A and share the stand with home supporters. Football Ticket Pad has a limited number of away section tickets available for matches at The Hawthorns with the most popular away tickets being from Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea. Keep an eye on our fixture pages to see some of our away section tickets available for the 2016/17 season with Football Ticket Pad.
West Brom Tickets
Season / Members Cards: Tickets provided by WBA season ticket holders and members with seats across the stadium, including in the Birmingham Road End. Customers often have their tickets sent to them in the post prior to the fixture and will be notified once their tickets have been dispatched. Customers then must return the season tickets/members cards in a pre-paid envelope after the game.
E-tickets: Provided for customers wishing to purchase West Brom hospitality tickets. Once payment has been confirmed, customers will receive an email to their address provided which will include an electronic version of their ticket(s) which can be accessed by numerous electronic devices in order to gain access to the stadium. WBA hospitality seats and VIP areas are located in the West Stand and East Stand.
Paper tickets: This is the more traditional way of receiving your Albion tickets and a selection of seats at The Hawthorns on Football Ticket Pad may be paper tickets. Customers will be sent their tickets in the post 3-4 days prior to the match to avoid any delay and will be notified once their tickets have been sent. Every ticket purchase from Football Ticket Pad carries a 100% guarantee whether it be a paper ticket, members card or e-ticket.
West Brom Last Season:
The Baggies finished in 14th to ensure a seventh successive season in the Premier League in a season which culminated in ten victories by one goal margins as Salomon Rondon led the goalscoring charts with nine goals. West Brom endured a difficult start to the season at The Hawthorns but they carried a real threat away from home, remaining unbeaten on the road until late October.
Despite early setbacks against Manchester City and Chelsea, The Baggies sealed narrow victories against Stoke, Aston Villa, Norwich and Sunderland to climb the table. However, the turn of the year saw a slide for West Brom and exits from both the FA Cup and Capital One Cup in the fifth and third rounds. In March, The Baggies secured a memorable 1-0 victory over Manchester United thanks to a Salomon Rondon strike to beat United at The Hawthorns for the first time in 32 years. The Baggies also played a role in the title race with a 1-1 draw away at Tottenham Hotspur in April to dent Spurs title hopes and further secure their Premier League status for another season.