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West Ham match is sold out

12/11/2014  Comments (1)  jump
Tickets for Everton's upcoming home game against West Ham have now sold out.

The Londonders head to Goodison Park on 22 November - and there will be another capacity crowd after the remaining seats sold on Tuesday.

It is the Blues' fifth Premier League sell-out from their opening six fixtures - a result of record Season Ticket sales and high popularity for home match tickets.

The only way to now attend the game is to purchase tickets via StubHub. The Club's official ticket marketplace allows Season Ticket holders to list their seat for games they are unable to attend.

Meanwhile, tickets for the following home game against Hull City on 3 December are also selling fast.

With so many sell-outs already this term, Half Season Ticket sales are also off to a strong start and they are the only way to guarantee your seat for games after 10 January.

Released on Friday, the 10-game package includes fixtures against Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United and are priced at 50 for Under-11s and from 99 for Under-16s.  

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Karl Masters
1 Posted 13/11/2014 at 17:50:57
Two fingers to all those miseries who say we'd never fill a 55,000 seat stadium.

If we were actually successful and won something even that wouldn't be enough.

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