‘That tastes like bankruptcy…absolutely awful club’: West Ham SLAMT by football fans after selling pints of beer at an ’embarrassing’ price of £7.60 amid a cost of living crisis
- Fans scolded West Ham for selling pints for the outrageous price of £7.60
- The Premier League club also offered bottles of Coca-Cola for a surprising £4.50
- Supporters criticized the ’embarrassing’ and ‘disgusting’ prices on Twitter
Football fans have criticized West Ham for ’embarrassing’ and ‘disgusting’ prices for a pint of beer.
Photos of the refreshments menu at the Premier League club’s London Stadium show Moretti and Heineken on tap for a whopping £7.60, with a bottle of Coca-Cola for £4.50.
And supporters quickly took to social media to criticize the Hammers for holding fans to pay ransom during a cost of living crisis.
Football fans berate West Ham for ’embarrassing’ and ‘disgusting’ prices for a pint of beer
The club charged £7.60 for a Moretti or Heineken and a steep £4.50 for a bottle of Coca-Cola
And supporters quickly took to Twitter to criticize the club’s prices amid a cost of living crisis.
A Twitter account posted the menu with the caption: ‘If you’re going to West Ham this season, lock up your house for a few pints…’ followed by a crying emoji.
One fan said, “That tastes like bankruptcy,” while another simply added, “Wtf – embarrassing @WestHam.”
A third continued: “Absolutely terrible club.”
The club’s actions have been called ‘imposing their own fans’ and beer as ‘tastes like bankruptcy’
One fan account infuriated: ‘Self ripping off their fans during a cost of living crisis. Stay stylish West Ham.’
Another wrote: ‘The only retaliation is not to buy anything. Cornet wasn’t worth it if the fans had to pay his wages every week. Awful.’
Meanwhile, a fifth tweeted: ‘£4.50 for a bottle of Coke!!! S*** the bed! That is absolutely outrageous! They probably buy them in for less than £1 a bottle.’
A Twitter photo showed a burger and chips in the Emirates costing a whopping £18.05
An image of the menu at the Emirates followed to prove that the prices were not a hoax
Some posted links to videos, featuring images of Neil Warnock during his managerial days saying ‘What’s the difference? We’re in London, that’s the damn difference.’
Another added a video of TV host Karl Pilkington saying ‘F*** off… seriously? Two and a half grand?’ with the caption: ‘4 Heinekens 3 ciders and a pack of crisps at London Stadium.
Last year there was a similar uproar after photos surfaced of a burger and chips at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, with customers paying an extortionate £18.05.