West Ham offer supporters a refund for the club’s five remaining home games this season

West Ham join Manchester United, City, Tottenham and Co in offering supporters a refund for the club’s five remaining home games this season

  • Games are set to return behind closed doors as part of the Project Restart plans
  • West Ham have five home matches left in 2019-20 Premier League campaign 
  • The club have offered their supporters a refund for the final five home matches
  • The Hammers sat 16th in league before coronavirus crisis brought sport to a halt 
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

West Ham have confirmed that they will offer supporters a refund for their final five home matches of the Premier League season.

The Hammers have made the move with the remaining Premier League games set to be played behind closed doors following its resumption amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

West Ham have joined fellow Premier League sides Manchester United, City, Tottenham, Everton, Brighton and Norwich in offering fans refunds.

West Ham have offered their supporters a refund for their final five home fixtures of the season

The Hammers had endured an extremely tough season - they sat 16th before its suspension

The Hammers had endured an extremely tough season – they sat 16th before its suspension

The club’s season ticket holders will be offered a refund for the remaining five games of the season at the London Stadium, or be given the opportunity of a credit that can be used against the cost of their season ticket for the 2020-21 campaign.

Furthermore, the offer will also extend to season ticket holders for the club’s four remaining home matches in the Women’s Super League.

On Wednesday, West Ham issued the following statement: ‘We share the disappointment now that it looks likely they will not be able to give their loyal and passionate backing to the team in person at London Stadium but we know they will be with us every step of the way supporting the Hammers from home. 

‘With the wide acknowledgment that our final five home fixtures of the 2019-20 campaign will be most likely played without supporters present, the club can confirm that our valued season ticket holders and Club London Members will be credited the pro-rata value of the remaining five home matches, which can be used to reduce the cost of their 2020-21 season ticket, or receive a refund. The same will apply for Women’s Super League season ticket holders.’

Matches will return behind closed doors if the Premier League season eventually resumes

Matches will return behind closed doors if the Premier League season eventually resumes

West Ham went on to confirm that there will also be the opportunity of a refund for fans with general admission tickets for their final fixtures, or again a credit which can be used against the cost of tickets for a future match. Away supporters will also receive the same offer.  

The east London outfit continued: ‘West Ham United can confirm that a credit will be issued to the value of each General Admission and Club London match ticket purchased for any outstanding Premier League home fixture in the 2019-20 campaign, with the option to use that credit for any future match including the equivalent seat for the most sought after fixtures or the corresponding fixture in the 2020-21 season if played in front of fans, or a refund.

‘The same will apply for any away tickets purchased for Premier League fixtures or any remaining home Women’s Super League fixtures.’

Premier League clubs are slowly creeping back into business amid Project Restart, with sides being allowed to return to group training on Tuesday.

Before the coronavirus crisis brought football to a halt, the Hammers had endured a very difficult season – sitting 16th, level on 27 points with 18th-placed Bournemouth with nine matches left. 

David Moyes' West Ham side returned to group training on Wednesday at Rush Green

David Moyes’ West Ham side returned to group training on Wednesday at Rush Green