Matchday information for Wednesday’s game against Brighton & Hove Albion
Everyone at West Ham United is looking forward to welcoming another capacity crowd to London Stadium for Wednesday night’s Premier League game against Brighton & Hove Albion.
The regular return of our supporters to matches has helped spur David Moyes’ men onto a number of memorable results at London Stadium already this season – including the unforgettable 3-2 triumph over Liverpool last time out at home.
Now, with the Seagulls in town for a night under the east London lights, the Hammers will aim for the three points to keep themselves in the Premier League’s top four.
By now, everyone is familiar with what is required to keep one another safe and, as supporters have done so throughout the season, the Club knows all will continue to act responsibly.
Continuing to work in conjunction with all relevant stakeholders and the Independent Supporters’ Committee, as well as adhering to evolving Government and Premier League guidance, the Club has put an efficient and effective plan in place, including the continuation of a Code of Conduct which can be read in full here, to ensure the health, safety and comfort of all of our supporters at London Stadium. To help us and your fellow supporters, please do familiarise yourself with all of the information you need for this fixture.
Supporters who visit the Stadium Store should note that face coverings will be mandatory while in store, while they will also be required to wear face coverings while on public transport. Spot checks requiring fans to show their COVID-19 status will continue to be in operation too, with all checkers outside the stadium wearing clearly-marked uniforms.
Supporters aged 18 or over should attend the match only if they either have a valid NHS COVID Pass, can show valid alternative proof that they have been fully vaccinated or have registered a negative COVID test in the previous 48 hours.
These measures are in place across all Premier League grounds for their health and safety of all supporters and staff. To ensure our supporters feel as prepared as possible prior to coming to London Stadium, we have listed a guide here on which forms of evidence will be accepted when showing your COVID-19 status.
We would also encourage supporters to visit the Hammers Hub ahead of the game to ensure you’re fully prepared for matchday.
We look forward to welcoming our loyal Season Ticket Holders, Club London and Claret Members, as well as match-attending supporters to London Stadium on Wednesday and thank for your continued co-operation and assistance in helping us to ensure the matchday experience is as safe as possible for everyone present.