Betway Stand: This is the equivalent of most clubs Main Stands. Here, fans can purchase their longside upper and longside lower tickets and are housed on the same side of the pitch as the West Ham players dugout.
The Betway Stand also boasts large corporate and hospitality facilities with numerous West Ham themed lounges, private boxes, restaurants and bars for Football Ticket Pad customers to enjoy. Over 3,600 members can be part of the Club London hospitality on matchday. The Betway Stand also hosts the club media facilities and press box.
Bobby Moore Stand: This is a popular spot for West Ham United season ticket holders and customers can expect a lively atmosphere when sitting amongst some of the most ardent Hammers support. Fans sitting in the Shortside Lower seats have a shallow seating area so it may be best to opt for seats further back in the lower tier or in the upper tier for a better view of the action.
The Bobby Moore Stand is located North of the stadium behind the goal and also provides a new landmark for Hammers fans to visit before the match. Champions Place features the Champions Statue of England’s World Cup triumph in 1966 which included West Ham United club legends: Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters.
The area will also include a walkway of dedications to West Ham legends and 20,000 engraved granite stones with fans’ names carved into them. Champions Place is also home to the Olympic Bell rung at the beginning of the 2012 Olympic Games.
East Stand: Tickets in the East Stand are located opposite the tunnel and dugout adjacent to the touchline giving totally unrestricted views of the playing action. The East Stand also includes the 1966 VIP hospitality tickets - 1,966 seats which pay homage to the club’s most famous players who helped guide the country to World Cup glory.
2016 marked 50 years since Bobby Moore, Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters lifted the World Cup for England and this exclusive area offers some of the most prestigious seats in the stadium providing superb halfway line views and padded seats. Football Ticket Pad has a variety of West Ham tickets in the East Stand so check out fixture pages to see what we have available!
Sir Trevor Brooking Stand: Named in honour of one of their greatest players who won the FA Cup twice in 1975 and 1980. The Sir Trevor Brooking Stand is situated behind the goal with the away section supporters housed in the upper and lower tier corner.
Football Ticket Pad has a range of Shortside Upper and Shortside Lower tickets for this section of the stadium when purchasing your West Ham United tickets. Away section tickets are also available for travelling supporters wishing to book an away trip to one of the most impressive stadiums in the Premier League.