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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

Swans Of Never 4:55 Tue Apr 2
Accessibility at the London Stadium
The missus and I are taking the boy to his first game against Leicester. He's in a wheelchair (albeit not confined to it) Had to rely on a family member to get tickets and it turns out we've been allocated 2 seats in block 148 for him and carer and one in block 152 which I believe is the equivalent to Bobby Moore Lower.

I've looked through the clubs accessibility plan and it states that there are 52 wheelchair viewing spaces at the back of the lower tier and that seating for ambulant disabled supporters (which my boy is) is available in the general seating admission seating areas with the carer being allocated the seat next them.

Just wondered if anyone had any experience of how this actually works in practice?

It's going to be our first visit to the bowl so want to make sure he has an enjoyable experience. Lucking he hates popcorn...

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Fifth Column 12:30 Thu Apr 4
Re: Accessibility at the London Stadium
@westhamhelp is the Twitter account of supporter services

dax47988 12:21 Thu Apr 4
Re: Accessibility at the London Stadium
it worked very well when my mate was recovering from a scoliosis correcting op. there is a minibus you can catch from the transport hubs and it allw went smoothly. contact the club, they are very helpful on this.

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