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West Ham 2014/15 fixtures: Hammers start with Spurs

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce (pic: Stephen Pond/PA) West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce (pic: Stephen Pond/PA)

Wednesday, June 18, 2014
9:12 AM

West Ham will kick-off the 2014-15 Barclays Premier League campaign with a home match against Spurs at Upton Park on August 16.

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Sam Allardyce’s men won all three meetings between the sides last season and they will then visit Crystal Palace for another London derby the following weekend.

The Christmas schedule throws up a Boxing Day clash at Chelsea and a home meeting with Arsenal on December 28, while their first game of the New Year pits them against West Brom at Upton Park.

West Ham’s final game of the season sees them visit Newcastle on May 24.

Supporters can now secure their seat to watch all the action unfold at the Boleyn Ground with season tickets on general sale.

Prices start at £640 for adults and £115 for children, and full pricing and purchasing information can be found at their dedicated season ticket website at seasontickets.whufc.com.

WEST HAM’S 2013/14 FIXTURES (Home games in capital letters)

AUGUST

16 SPURS

23 Crystal Palace

30 SOUTHAMPTON

SEPTEMBER

13 Hull

20 LIVERPOOL

27 Manchester Utd

OCTOBER

4 QPR (H)

18 Burnley

25 MAN CITY

NOVEMBER

1 Stoke

8 ASTON VILLA

22 Everton

29 NEWCASTLE

DECEMBER

2 West Brom

6 SWANSEA

13 Sunderland

20 LEICESTER

26 Chelsea

28 ARSENAL

JANUARY

1 WEST BROM

10 Swansea

17 HULL

31 Liverpool

FEBRUARY

7 MAN UNITED

10 Southampton

21 Spurs

28 CRYSTAL PALACE

MARCH

3 CHELSEA

14 Arsenal

21 SUNDERLAND

APRIL

4 Leicester

11 STOKE

18 Man City

25 QPR (a)

MAY

2 BURNLEY

9 Aston Villa

16 EVERTON

24 Newcastle

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