West Ham fans have another dig at London Stadium

West Ham United will play their first home game of the 2017-18 campaign on Monday night when they welcome newly-promoted Huddersfield Town to the London Stadium.

The Hammers have lost each of their first three Premier League matches this season – suffering defeats at Manchester United, Southampton and Newcastle United in their opening fixtures.

On Thursday morning, West Ham’s official Twitter account posted an interview with defender Pablo Zabaleta, who had spoken to the club’s website about the importance of home form this season.

West Ham supporters were quick to point out that their club does not officially own the London Stadium, however, which means that they technically do not have their own ground.

Upton Park will always be remembered as one of the most iconic grounds in English football, but times have changed, with the Hammers now playing their home games at the London Stadium.

It would be fair to say that there are still a lot of supporters that are unhappy with the stadium situation at their club, and that was clear on social media throughout Thursday.