Europa Conference League - West Ham United vs FCSB: How to watch on TV, live stream, kick-off time & team news

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West Ham are set to get their Europa Conference League campaign underway as they welcome Romanian outfit FSCB.

The Hammers have had a poor start to the league, and currently occupy a place in the relegation zone.

Their opponents, FCSB aren’t faring much better and sit in a lowly 13th position, three places off the bottom of the league.

With the club set to welcome FCSB, here’s how to watch it on TV, kick off time, venue and team news.

When is West Ham vs FCSB?

Fans looking forward to West Ham once again playing European football will have to wait until Thursday, 8 September before European nights once again return to the stadium.

Where is the game being played?

The game is set to be played at the London stadium, which has now been the home of West Ham for six years now, since their move from Upton Park.

West Ham’s Europa Conference League game will get underway at 8pm. Team news will be available from 7pm.

Can I watch the game on TV?

European football is now exclusively brought to you via BT Sport, and the game is indeed being broadcast on BT Sport 2. The build-up will not be extensive as coverage of the game begins at 7:45pm, 15 minutes before kick off.

How to sign up to BT Sport

New customers can sign up BT Sport online and purchase their monthly pass, which costs £25. You can cancel this contract at any time.

Another option is the ‘Big Sport’ package, which costs £41 a month.

This is a 24-month contract and will cost £39.99 upfront.

This package gives you access to all BT Sport channels, all 11 Sky Sports channels and Eurosport 1 and 2.

The cheapest option is the simple ‘sport’ package. This costs £16 a month, with £39.99 upfront and again is a 24-month contract. It includes All BT Sport channels plus BoxNation, Includes the BT Sport app (instant access), and a Recordable TV box.

How to live stream

Viewers can watch the game on tablet, mobile, laptop and more on the BT Sport app.

Team news

David Moyes may tinker with his side as they face a relatively easy game. Starts could be handed the Maxwel Cornet, Gianluca Scamacca and more.

Conor Coventry could also start after featuring on the bench for West Ham’s last league game and Flynn Downes could also be deployed as the anchor in midfield.

Who else is in West Ham’s group?

Joining West Ham in Group B will be FCSB of Romania, Belgian outfit Anderlecht and Danish side Silkeborg.

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