West Ham United have sold out of season tickets for next season’s move to London’s Olympic Stadium, the Premier League club said on Monday.
The club leave the Boleyn Ground, also known as Upton Park, after their match on Tuesday against Manchester United.
The visit of the Red Devils is a sell out as the Hammers bid farewell to over 100 years of history.
“Having made the bold decision to move to the former Olympic Stadium, we are delighted to see how it has captured the imagination of the Hammers fan base,” said club vice-chairman Karren Brady.
“We find ourselves going into our first season with more than 50,000 Season Ticket holders and tens of thousands of people on the Priority List for seasonal seats in 2017/18.”