EXCLUSIVE: West Ham are threatening to sue the house owners of the London Stadium if there is no such thing as a drastic lower within the £7.30-a-pint beer costs earlier than the subsequent residence recreation
- West Ham are livid that the most cost effective pint for the opening match was £7.30
- That’s an £2.11 improve on an equal buy at neighbouring Tottenham
- The Hammers don’t set the costs and do not revenue from catering on the stadium
- They’re keen to go to court docket to pressure a worth change amid fan complaints
West Ham are threatening to sue the house owners of the London Stadium if there is no such thing as a lower in beer costs earlier than the subsequent residence recreation.
They’re keen to go to court docket to pressure a worth change, citing the Comparable Golf equipment clause of their catering settlement with the London Stadium.
West Ham are threatening to sue the house owners of the London Stadium over present beer costs
Followers had been indignant on the costs being charged on the primary day of the season – however West Ham don’t set these costs and don’t revenue from catering on the stadium.
To safeguard their followers from opportunist worth hikes, nonetheless, they’ve an settlement that claims catering costs on the floor must be a imply of the costs at Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea. That places the most cost effective beer at round £5.75 per pint – £1.55 cheaper than presently.
West Ham have raised the difficulty with caterers Delaware North who insist they can’t make reductions with out London Stadium permission.
The membership charged £7.60 for a Moretti or Heineken and a steep £4.50 for a bottle of Coca-Cola
Soccer followers blasted West Ham for ’embarrassing’ and ‘disgusting’ costs for a pint of beer
West Ham anticipate the change to be made in time for the go to of Viborg within the UEFA Convention League on August 18 – and have threatened authorized motion if their contract isn’t honoured.
Lots of of indignant Hammers supporters took to social media after the sport in opposition to Manchester Metropolis to slam the membership for holding followers to ransom throughout a cost-of-living disaster.
Footage of the refreshments menu on the London Stadium confirmed Moretti and Heineken on draught for a whopping £7.60, with a bottle of Coca-Cola priced at £4.50.