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West Ham’s new kit on sale in Romford on Wednesday

PUBLISHED: 17:00 11 July 2017

The West Ham store at Liberty Romford gives you the chance to snap up the new West Ham home kit on Wednesday.

The West Ham store at Liberty Romford gives you the chance to snap up the new West Ham home kit on Wednesday.

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The Hammers store in Liberty Romford will see plenty of entertainment going on

West Ham's E-sports FIFA 17 player Jamboo will be taking on all-comers with people beating him getting the chance to win a signed football West Ham's E-sports FIFA 17 player Jamboo will be taking on all-comers with people beating him getting the chance to win a signed football

West Ham’s Liberty Romford store is the place to be tomorrow when fans will have their first chance to purchase the new 2017-18 Umbro home kit.

The doors will open at 9am and you can make a day of it with guest appearances from former Hammers and the chance to film your Sky TV walk-up in the new kit, just as the players do.

There will be a green screen for those who want to try it with fan entries being featured on the club’s social media channels and on the big screen on matchdays.

As well as that there will be a FIFA 17 Challenge against West Ham’s official e-sports player Jamboo.

If you fancy your chances of beating him, you could also be walking away with a football signed by the first team.

The Hammers will be extending their 10 per cent offer on the home shirts until August 13, making official club stores the cheapest place to pick up the new strip, with adult home shirts costing £49.50.

Former Hammer Kenny Brown will be at the store from 9am to 11am giving supporters a chance to meet him for photos and autographs, while there will be another special guest between 4pm and 6pm.

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