Monday 25 Oct
Updated Monday 25 Oct 12:00

Manchester City a sell out!



Tickets for West Ham United’s Carabao Cup fourth round tie with Manchester City have sold out, meaning a 60,000 crowd is set to roar on David Moyes’ men at London Stadium this Wednesday.

The Claret & Blue Army have snapped up every seat available at the Hammers look to continue their fine start to the season – and build on a week which has seen them record three straight wins since the international break, including Sunday’s memorable derby victory over Tottenham Hotspur.

Manuel Lanzini’s goal defeated Manchester United in the previous round, so a tantalising Manchester double is on the cards this midweek in front of what will be a club-record crowd in the EFL Cup.

The Club's policy of affordable family football has meant that families can attend Wednesday's game in huge numbers with the loyal support of our fans has once again coming to the fore. We look forward to welcoming each and every one of you to London Stadium this Wednesday.

Limited tickets remain for our next home Premier League match, against Liverpool on Sunday 7 November, when the Hammers will hope to lay down another marker against Jürgen Klopp’s title challengers, while you can also secure your seat now for our final home UEFA Europa League Group stage game against Dinamo Zagreb on Thursday 9 December – where tickets start from only £15 Kids and £30 Adults!

Tickets are available now by clicking here, calling us on 0333 030 1966 or visiting us in person at the London Stadium Ticket Office.

And although hospitality has sold out for Liverpool, we have limited Club London places available for that Europa League meeting with the Croatian champions, meaning you can the action on the European stage from the best seats in the house.

With access to exclusive bars and lounges, and all-inclusive food and drink options, you're sure to find the perfect Club London matchday for you.

Call 0204 551 0037 to enquire now or request a call back by clicking here. Club London seasonal members should call their relationship managers.