The Olympic stadium is all good, there is nothing bad about it at all, it topped the best Olympics EVER!!!!!!
Had a really nice time at this event, went twice including the closing Sunday . The stadium is really good , the surroundings are lovely too . Travel and access is good. Food expensive as always !Views from low down are really good but from the back it is really far away ! Would go back and have been back to watch West Ham... very aggressive atmosphere.. hated it .. DO NOT TAKE YOUR CHILDREN TO WATCH WEST HAM AT THIS STADIUM THE FANS ARE VERY AGGRESSIVE AND THIS IS NO PLACE FOR CHILDREN ...YOU HONESTLY CANT GUARANTEE THEIR SAFETY !THIS STADIUM IS WASTED ON THIS SPORT AND ON THIS TEAM!
The food is way to overpriced and boring. For a modern stadium the variety of food is bleak and £7 for a plain burger or hot dog is extortionate.
Excellent WW1 tribute and memorial for the Leicester helicopter crash plus WHU won 4-2 a great day out
Visited for Caribo Cup mid week , Stadium is easy to get to although it’s a long trek to get to a gate and big queues to be searched and an even longer trek back to the station after the game
Seats are ok room to get knees in , plenty of toilets and fairly clean
Not much atmosphere during the game
What a Joke if a place, will never go to that stadium ever again, refused entry with no reason given, along with 30 to 40 others as we arrived shortly after the concert started. Tickets stated entry was allowed until 30mins before the end.
Disgrace to London
A great multi-purpose stadium home of West Ham United FC ⚒⚽️ The seating are blue and claret and West Ham's name on the East Kop Stand with symbolic crossed hammers on all lower tier stands.
I’m a West Ham fan and was bought this tour as a Birthday present. Great insight into the goings on behind the scenes and lots of photo opportunities. Great knowledgeable guide and plenty of humour as well, something that you need as a West Ham fan. The lack of museum type displays was disappointing, but I guess that’s what’s happens when you are not the owners of the ground and have to remove stuff on a regular basis for other sports / events to take over.
Platoon of bods arrived at game. Ready for a mad one. Life long hammers fan. Had “forever blowing bubbles” tattoo’d on my back since I was 12. Fantastic seating. Spacious. Belter cuisine at half time. Burgers. Won by 3 goals. Real match started after. Scraps. Victory. Undefeated. Great day.
Not a great away fixture it seems like west ham fans just want to fight amongst themselves the food here is terrible nothing like Upton park at all.
I've enjoyed coming here to premier league games and was lucky enough to see Mo and Usain Bolt and run here in 2012. In the longer term I feel West Ham need to buy it and sink the pitch, creating more seating and more of an angle in the lower tier, though the view there is already very good. Nice to see the stadium preserved and working well - apart from LLDC, the current owners, losing so much money through retractable seating and failing to sell naming rights. But the future for this stadium is bright once this is sorted.