See you on Saturday

West Ham's Refusal to Engage Supporters Groups

Your strength, the solidarity among our members and the unity across the fanbase has made things possible.

The Hammers United Committee will be out in full force before the home game versus Brighton and we are hoping some our members can lend a helping hand.

The united front presented on the 18th of January, by every single person who attended that protest, has earned us all the credibility and leverage we deserve and we now push on to make the 29th of February bigger, better and even more effective.

There has been extended press coverage, a lot of which has echoed our messaging, and attempts from the club to counter this coverage have followed. You may also be aware that we have respectfully declined the latest offer of a meeting from the club as, if we are to meet, this will be done on the terms we have very clearly set out.

On Saturday the 29th of February we build on that exposure and further strengthen our position.

This weekend, Hammers United will have a presence on the bridges to the Stadium and in several pubs around the stadium before the Brighton game. We will be encouraging all supporters to stand with us again, West Ham United for Change, on the 29th of February.

And we need your help.

This is the final home game before our next large scale protest, lets make the most of the opportunity. Please take a minute or two on Saturday to bring Hammers United into your conversations with the family and friends you will see at the game, or to stop and speak with committee members or, even better still, to grab a few leaflets and help hand them out.

Further updates regarding the protest on the 29th to follow on our website.

Hammers United

West Ham United for Change