COVID-19 guidance for supporters attending matches at London Stadium
West Ham United would like to advise supporters of immediate changes to COVID-19 regulations when attending matches at London Stadium, following the Government’s implementation of Plan B in the United Kingdom.
Starting with our home fixture against Norwich City this coming Saturday 18 December, all ticket holders aged 18 and over will need to complete an online questionnaire, which will be sent via email, and be ready to show their vaccination status or proof of a negative lateral flow test on the day of the match in order to gain access to London Stadium.
Supporters aged 18 and over should continue to be prepared to show a valid form of NHS COVID-19 certification ahead of entering the stadium on a matchday - a Premier League requirement that has been in place since the start of the 2021/22 when full crowds returned to matches. Download and register with the NHS App to generate an NHS COVID Pass.
If you are not fully vaccinated, you will need to provide proof of a negative lateral flow test, which must be conducted within the 48 hours before kick-off - this can be shown in the form of either an email or a text message from the NHS - or demonstrate you have a medical exemption registered with the NHS.
For a full list of the acceptable certification examples, please click here.
Supporters are also urged to arrive at London Stadium in good time before kick-off in order to go through all the necessary entry procedures.
Please note you are also required by law to wear a face covering when indoors and in crowded, enclosed areas within the stadium unless you have a recognised exemption according to Government guidelines. You may remove your face covering in order to eat and drink. It is also strongly advised that supporters wear a face covering when seated in the stadium bowl.
You can view the Premier League’s full Matchday Code of Conduct here.
We look forward to welcoming our loyal Season Ticket Holders, Club London and Claret Members, as well as all other match-attending supporters, to London Stadium on Saturday and over the coming weeks. and thank you for your continued co-operation and assistance in helping us to ensure the matchday experience is as safe as possible for everyone present.