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Post match party for visiting Hammers

Filed: Thursday, 28th June 2018
By: Staff Writer

Supporters travelling to Switzerland next month for the Winterthur v West Ham pre-season friendly are in for a special post match treat.

That's because the local Libero Sports Bar, which is situated close to Stadion Schützenwiese are planning an evening of ska, reggae and rocksteady for visiting West Ham supporters.

"For the special friendly match against the club from London's East End, we have hired the proven Tumult DJ Crew," read a press release. "There will be ska, reggae and rocksteady for swaying, dancing and celebrating.

"The event will take place after the match concludes on the terrace of the Libero Bar - Der Treffpunkt im Stadion Schützenwiese."

West Ham face Winterthur in their pre-season test on Sunday, 8 July. Limited tickets, priced from CHF14.90-45.75 are still available.

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