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Pay at the gate


Filed: Friday, 23rd September 2011
By: Staff Writer


Hammers fans making a late decision to attend tomorrow's clash with Peterborough will be able to pay on the gate.

West Ham confirmed earlier today that all remaining seats for the Championship match will be available at selected turnstiles around the stadium, as the club look to secure another 30,000+ gate to follow on from the near-capacity crowd who watched United's last home match against Portsmouth.

Supporters are still able to purchase tickets from the ticket office (0871 222 2700) - although that will still necessitate collection ahead of the game tomorrow. With queues for the recent Leeds game winding out on to Green Street, KUMB's advice is to arrive early should you choose to do so.

nPower Championship: season 2011/12 attendances

Sunday, 7th August: Cardiff 25,680
Sunday, 21st August: Leeds Utd 28,252
Saturday, 10th September: Portsmouth 33,465





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