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West Ham ladies host family fun day

PUBLISHED: 09:30 27 October 2017

West Ham ladies in action

West Ham ladies in action

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Face-painting, inflatables and a live DJ in Romford on Sunday

Rush Green training ground in Romford Rush Green training ground in Romford

West Ham ladies are hosting a special family event this Sunday to try and attract new fans and families down to watch them play at the club’s training ground at Rush Green in Romford.

The Hammers are taking on QPR in a cup game, with a 2pm kick-off, but there is a host of other activites to try out when the gates open at noon.

There will be face painting, inflatables and competitions as well as a live DJ to get things rocking.

Admission for this family event is free for Season Ticket Holders, Members and under-16s and £2 for all others.

It should be a good day and a chance to see how the ladies play their football, so get down there and have a look.

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