Filed: Tuesday, 16th June 2009
By: Staff Writer
West Ham have confirmed ticket details for August's Bobby Moore Cup clash with Napoli.
The Hammers face the Serie A outfit at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday 8th August, a week ahead of the 2009/10 Premier League season kick-off.
The club have confimed that tickets for the game are available in advance from the ticket office at £10-15 for season ticket holders (£5 for under 16s) whilst academy members will pay £13-20 (£5 again for under 16s).
Advance tickets for non season ticket holders are priced at £16-25 for adults, £6.50-10 for senior citizens and £5 for under 16s. However those hoping to pay on the door will have to fork out between £20-35, with senior citizen and under 16 rates as before.
Season ticket holders can apply for tickets from Tuesday 7th July, Academy members from Wednesday 15th July and everyone else from Tuesday, 18th July.
A brief history of the (new) Bobby Moore Cup
2008 vs Villareal: 1-1 (Trophy shared)
Alan Curbishley's side made a dream start when Cole finished an incisive move started by Matthew Upson. Villarreal equalised nine minutes ahead of the break through Cazorla, who played a neat (headed) one-two before firing past Rob Green from an acute angle. The Hammers thought they had snatched a late winner, however Sears' effort was ruled out for offside; a marginal but probably correct decision.
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