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Hammers games go live

Filed: Monday, 23rd June 2014
By: Staff Writer

West Ham United's two friendlies in New Zealand are being broadcast live on TV.

BT Sport have announced that they will be showing both of West Ham's matches on the forthcoming Football United tour, which begins on 23rd July next month, live.

United's tournament-opener against hosts Wellington Phoenix is being broadcast on BT Sport from 7.00am (BST) on Wednesday, 23rd July. Their second and final fixture of the competition, against Sydney, takes place three days later (26th July) and goes live from 2.00am (BST).

The other matches in the tournament take place on Tuesday, 22nd July (Sydney vs Newcastle United) and on Saturday, 26th July (Wellington Phoenix vs Newcastle United).

* It has been confirmed that West Ham will face Sampdoria in the Marathonbet Cup on Saturday, 9th August, as exclusively revealed here on KUMB last month. Tickets - priced from 15 for adults - are already available from whufc.com.

Pre-season: 2014/15

12th July: Stevenage (Lamex Stadium, 3.00pm)
16th July: Ipswich Town (Portman Road, 7.45pm)
23rd July: Wellington Phoenix (Eden Park, 7.45pm*)
26th July: Sydney (Westpac Stadium, 2.00pm*)

2nd August: Schalke 04 (Veltins Arena, 5.30pm*)
3rd August: Malaga (Veltins Arena, 3.30pm*)
9th August: Sampdoria (Boleyn Ground, 3.00pm)

* Denotes local time, not BST.

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