West Ham announce freeze on season ticket prices for next season
Last Updated: 13/03/17 9:49am
West Ham have announced a price freeze on season tickets for their second campaign at London Stadium.
The Hammers have an existing 52,000 season-ticket holders at the former Olympic Stadium, and a waiting list of 55,000.
The cheapest adult season ticket was £289 for the 2016/17 term - West Ham's first since leaving the Boleyn Ground - and season tickets for under-16s were £99.
Those prices remain the same for holders who renew for the 2017/18 campaign.
Co-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold said: "We promised to provide affordable Premier League football for our 52,000 founding season-ticket holders, and that promise is ongoing.
"Today, we are delighted to announce a price freeze for all season-ticket holders renewing for the 2017/18 campaign."
"It was important for us to reward the loyalty of our season-ticket holders, and to say thank you for the unwavering support of the team during our historic inaugural season at London Stadium.
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"The devotion, ideas, passion and commitment our supporters have shown has been truly overwhelming and reinforced what we have always known - that West Ham United is a family."
West Ham have endured a difficult start to life at London Stadium, winning only five of their 14 Premier League matches at their new home.
They host Leicester on Saturday aiming to record their first win in five matches.