West Ham have announced a number of ticket discounts in the wake of their dreadful week on the pitch.

The price offers apply to the second leg of their Capital One Cup semi-final against Manchester City, plus the Premier League trips to Chelsea, Stoke City and Sunderland.

The Hammers’ hopes of reaching Wembley were - barring the inconceivable - ended by the 6-0 mauling they suffered at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday and the club have confirmed on their website that the second leg has now been designated a ‘Kids for a Quid’ fixture.

This means any fan under the age of 16 can gain admission to the tie at Upton Park on Tuesday, January 21 for £1 when accompanied by an adult. Any Under-16 who is already purchased a ticket will receive an automatic refund via their payment method.

Furthermore, after discussions with the Supporter Advisory Board, West Ham have also announced there will be a £10 discount on tickets to Stamford Bridge on January 29, the Britannia Stadium on March 15 and the Stadium of Light two weeks later.

The club state on their website: “West Ham United players and staff are hugely grateful to all those who take the time, effort and money to follow the club away from home, even more so when the club are experiencing tough times on the pitch.

“Your support, as loud and proud as ever, is invaluable, and we will continue to do all that we can to reward your loyalty wherever possible.”