West Ham United are delighted to offer fixed reduced ticket prices for this Saturday's annual pre-season showpiece match against Real Zaragoza.
Tickets are on sale now to all with prices starting for season ticket holders at £5 for Under-16s and £10 for adults. For all the information and to make sure of your preferred seat before the weekend, click here.
On the day, supporters will be able to make use of cash turnstiles as well in all areas except for the Bobby Moore Stand Lower. With a sunny day expected in east London and a large walk-up likely, fans are advised to get to the ground in good time.
This weekend's fixture will be the first home outing in a Hammers shirt for the club's new recruits Matt Taylor and Kevin Nolan, and give supporters the chance to have a glimpse at Sam Allardyce's new-look side in action.
England trio Robert Green, Scott Parker and Carlton Cole are also set to figure, as will Mexico star Pablo Barrera fresh from his summer triumph in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
CLICK HERE FOR GREAT CORPORATE HOSPITALITY PACKAGESThe Hammers are in good form, with three successive clean sheets against Bishop's Stortford, FC Copenhagen and Wycombe Wanderers, while their penultimate warm-up match saw them earn a fine 1-0 win at Dagenham & Redbridge on Tuesday.
The six-times Spanish Cup winners enjoyed an encouraging 2010/11 campaign, finishing 13th in just their second season back in the top flight, and are historically the ninth most successful Spanish club of all-time.
The La Liga side's visit will evoking memories of West Ham United's dramatic victory over the Aragonese in the 1964/65 European Cup Winners' Cup semi-finals.
Taking on a potent Zaragoza attack nicknamed 'Los Cinquos Magnificos' - 'The Magnificent Five' - West Ham raced into a two-goal lead in the first leg at the Boleyn Ground through goals from Brian Dear and Johnny Byrne. Zaragoza hit back, meaning the Hammers had a slender 2-1 lead to take to Spain.
The second leg started badly as Zaragoza went ahead on the night and ahead in the tie on away goals, only for Johnny Sissons to score an all-important equaliser and send West Ham through to the final, 3-2 on aggregate. At Wembley, of course, West Ham defeated TSV 1860 Munich 2-0 to lift the trophy.
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