West Ham United is proud to be able to launch the Football for All programme. The Board's ultimate priority for the programme is to help make football more affordable and accessible to young people in east London and Essex.

The Club has a range of offers suitable for a number of groups


One of the Hammers' main goals is to help make football more affordable and accessible to young pupils in Essex and east London, with the scheme designed to reward local schools for their fantastic support in attending key home games.

The Club is keen to set up strong partnerships with participating local schools, with many fantastic, money-can't-buy benefits up for grabs - aside from being able to cheer the Hammers on up close and personal at Barclays Premier League games this season - for everyone taking part.

Affordable matchday tickets are available for category B games at only £5 for pupils, plus free accompanying tickets for teachers/guardians in the appropriate ratios.

In addition, the Club is offering a free West Ham United introductory coaching session for every school that participates in the Football for All programme, as well as further benefits depending on the number of tickets purchased by the school.

For full information and to register your interest, please download a Football for All Schools pack by clicking here.


Similar to the schools scheme, junior football clubs can also gain access to affordable tickets under the Football for All umbrella.

Junior tickets are available for category B games at £5, with accompanying parents and guardians free of charge in the appropriate ratios.

Other benefits, such as first team players visiting your club are available, depending on how many tickets are purchased.

Click here to download an information pack, including details of how to register your interest.

Armed Forces - Tickets for Troops

Serving members of the Armed Forces can purchase tickets for any Category B* game for just £10.

Simply produce your Armed Forces ID on purchase at the West Ham United Ticket Office at the Boleyn Ground.