West Ham’s London Stadium hit by torrential flooding with bars left completely swamped during European fixture

WEST HAM supporters were left soaked at the London Stadium following a heavy downpour in the East End.

The ground’s bars were left completely swamped ahead of their Europa League clash with TSC Backa Topola.

PAThe weather put a dampener on West Ham’s Europa League clash with TSC Backa Topola[/caption]

TwitterThe club shared footage of their new ‘waterfall feature’[/caption]

TwitterWater also spilled into the London Stadium’s concourse[/caption]

TwitterThe water poured down into the concourse and left some fans soaked[/caption]

But just as excitement was mounting over their European adventure getting underway, the weather put a huge dampening on things.

Fans were running for cover before the game as heavy rain lashed it down in the capital.

But even once they were inside the stadium they were still caught up in the eye of the storm.

West Ham fans shared clips of the conditions on social media.

And one video revealed that the torrential rain had caused one of the concourses to flood.

Luckily, David Moyes’ side were still able to get their Euro campaign up-and-running as the downpour eased off in the lead-up to the 8pm start.

But as more and more footage from the London Stadium went viral, supporters back in the warmth of their own homes soon took to Twitter to make fun of the situation.

“A new waterfall feature,” responded one to footage of water pouring into the concourse.


Another wrote: “Let’s hope the football is as wet and wild!”

And even West Ham’s official account got involved, tweeting a clip of water pouring down the side of the stadium and captioning it with: “New waterfall feature now available at the London Stadium.”

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