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2012-10-16T10:49:00 Updated 2015-02-19T01:47:53

Southampton sold out!

Standard tickets for Saturday's Barclays Premier League fixture with Southampton at the Boleyn Ground are now completely sold out!

West Ham United fans have taken advantage of the Board's decision to offer affordable football for all by making the match 'Kids For A Quid', with a capacity crowd turning out for the visit of the Saints.

Hammers supporters have consistently turned out in force to cheer on Sam Allardyce's side, with the average home attendance at the Boleyn Ground this season a shade under 34,000 - the eleventh highest average home gate in English football in 2012/13.

Fans can still secure seats for Saturday's game through West Ham's Official Ticket Exchange Partner Viagago here.

A limited number of individual wheelchair bays are still available for disabled/ambulant supporters. For details of how to purchase a bay, including a complimentary carer, click here.

West Ham have made a strong start to the new season and go into the weekend in eighth place, while fellow Barclays Premier League new boys Southampton are 17th after drawing 2-2 at home with Fulham last time out.

Tickets are also selling fast for the visit of Barclays Premier League champions Manchester City on Saturday 3 November, while the Board has also slashed prices for the visit of Stoke City on Monday 19 November.

For the visit of the Potters, all Band 1 and 2 seats are priced £25 for Adults and £15 for Over-65s and Under-16s, while all Band 3 and 4 seats are priced £20 for Adults and £15 for Over-65s and Under-16s.

For full details of how to purchase tickets for upcoming home and away fixtures, click here.

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