Heading to the capital to back Southampton at this weekend's Premier League away clash? Take a look at our guide to West Ham United's London Stadium before you travel.
Address: West Ham United Football Club Limited, London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 2ST
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8548 2748
Nickname: The Hammers
Colours: Claret and Blue
Saints fans will be housed in the upper and lower tier of the South West corner of the stadium and our allocation of 3,000 tickets has sold out. Ralph Hasenhüttl’s side will be wearing their yellow and grey away kit.
Click here for West Ham's official matchday guide, or here to access their visiting supporters guide.
Getting There By Car
Depart the M25 at junction 27 and join the M11 towards London. At the end of the M11, follow the signs of the North Circular and at the flyover, move into the left lane for the A12.
At the roundabout, take the fourth exit on to the A12 towards Central London and Stratford. Stay on the A12 for around four miles, where you should see the Velodrome building on your right.
Exit on to the A106, signposted Stratford and Westfield and continue towards the stadium.
Supporters are encouraged not to travel to the Olympic Stadium as it has been designated as a public transport destination. An extensive residential parking zone is in place on a matchday and paid parking is limited around the stadium.
Getting There By Train
The nearest London Underground station is Stratford Station and the quickest way to get to the ground from here is a short walk of around 10-15 minutes.
Both Statford and Stratford International stations are served by the Jubilee and Central tube lines, with Statford also having overground connections to Clapham Junction and London Liverpool Street.
Coaches will depart St Mary’s Stadium at 8:45am, Eastleigh at 9.00am, Winchester at 9:15am and Fleet Services at 9:45am.
There is a complimentary Accessible Shuttle Bus service positioned at the away coach drop-off point (adjacent to Pudding Mill Lane station) to help Southampton supporters with accessibility requirements in travelling the short distance to the visitors entrance.
For any accessibility supporters making their way back to the away coaches after the match, the Shuttle Service will be available from Car Park 1A, adjacent to Bridge 4.