West Ham vice-Chairman Karren Brady has told how the club will price tickets correctly as to make sure the venue is sold out for every match at the Olympic Stadium – the clubs new home from 2016/17 season.
Brady was talking at the launch of the stadiums new hospitality scheme, Club London – and said she is confident of selling out the stadium, despite an extra 20,000 seats to fill compared to Upton Park.
”We will price it to sell out, from the most expensive hospitality to the ‘kids for a quid’ games,” said Brady.
She was also quick to dismiss the idea that Spurs may be offered the opportunity to ground share the stadium when the North Londoners make way in 2017 for one season to allow for construction work at their own new stadium.
“No-one has asked us for our permission and if they did we would probably say no, depending on who it is – if you get my drift,” said Brady.