West Ham have seven games moved for live television
West Ham will be screened live seven times between the start of the season and November, beginning with the trip to Swansea City
West Ham United will feature seven times in live televised matches between August and November it has been announced today.
The Hammers first ever trip to the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea City has been brought forward to a 12.45pm kick-off on Saturday, August 25.
It will be the Swans’ new manager Michael Laudrup’s first home game and is likely to be a tough trip for Sam Allardyce’s boys.
The home game with Fulham on Saturday, September 1 has also been brought forward to a 12.45pm kick-off, while the trip to Norwich City on Saturday, September 15 will also be the early kick-off on Sky.
Two West Ham games have been allocated Monday night slots with 8pm kick-offs.
The London derby clash at Loftus Road against QPR will now take place on Monday, October 1, while the Upton Park clash with Stoke City will now take place on Monday, November 19.
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Meanwhile two West Ham home matches will be covered live by ESPN at 5.30pm on a Saturday evening.
The Upton Park clash with Arsenal will take place on October 6, while they will entertain champions Manchester City on Saturday, November 3.