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West Bromwich Albion FC Ticket Information
West Bromwich Albion play all their home matches at the Hawthorns, the highest ground above sea level in England. Great seats and a great atmosphere for all at the Hawthorns. Tickets should be bought early for all Brom games, especially if travelling through.
The club were one of the founding members of the Football League in 1888, and the West Brom badge features a song thrush. There are a number of ways you can buy tickets for West Brom matches. Members for home matches should visit the site.
Travellers need to organise their Brom tickets usually online as the safest and surest means of getting a seat in the Stadium.
If your travelling to the UK, we recommend Sports Event 365 who will deliver genuine tickets to your UK Address, hotel or otherwise.
Occasionally tickets go on sale to the general public, but you’ll have a much better chance of getting your hands on them if you become a member or are a season ticket holder.
West Bromwich Albion Travel and Stadium Information
Birmingham Road, West Bromwich, West Midlands B71 4LF, United Kingdom
+44 871 271 1100
The Hawthorns lies a 5-minute walk away from The Hawthorns rail station, which is served by trains as well as overground metro. The metro can be boarded at Birmingham Snow Hill station in Birmingham’s city centre.
Get off at The Hawthorns after a 10-minute ride. The metro continues to West Bromwich and Wolverhampton city centres. Trains depart from Birmingham Moor Street station, also in Birmingham’s city centre, and arrive at The Hawthorns after a 10 to 15-minute journey.
Buses 74 and 75 (from Birmingham) and 79 (from Wolverhampton) also serve the stadium. Get off at Birmingham Road.
West Bromwich Albion Football Club, also known as West Brom, The Baggies, The Throstles, Albion or WBA, are an English professional football club based in West Bromwich in the West Midlands.
The club returned to the English Premier League after an impressive 2009-2010 season when they finished runners-up behind champions Newcastle United.
Under the management of Italian Roberto di Matteo they finished 12 points ahead of the number 3 spot (Nottingham Forest).