Albion add Britain's Got Talent finalists to Hawthorns billALBION have today confirmed their entertainment act for Wednesday’s free Watch The Team Train event at The Hawthorns.
And for those of you who have followed TV show Britain’s Got Talent over the years they will need no introduction.
The appropriately-named ‘Strike’, the martial arts dance duo, will be performing on the pitch and showing just why they reached the final of the popular ITV talent show back in 2008.
Supporters will get to see them on top of being offered a unique insight into how Steve Clarke readies his players for a big match, as he puts them through their paces in an open training session.
The East Stand turnstiles will open at 9.30am and entertainment will be provided for supporters prior to the open training session, which will begin at approximately 10.30am.
To gain entry to the open training session, season ticket holders will just need to bring their Stilecard, while members will require their membership cards, as the event will automatically be added to them.
Everyone attending the event will be able to gain entry to the stadium via the East Stand turnstiles.
Fans who are not season ticket holders or members can gain free entry by completing the online registration process (click here). Supporters will then receive an e-ticket via email, which they will need to print and bring with them in order to gain access to the stadium.
Fans who register for Watch The Team Train will receive a discount voucher via email entitling them, on the day of the event ONLY, to purchase tickets for Albion’s Barclays Premier League home clash with Southampton on Monday, November 5 (ko 8pm) at a reduced rate of £12 adults, £7 seniors/under-21s/students and £2 juniors (subject to availability).
With turnstiles opening an hour before the open training session gets underway, supporters are urged to arrive as early as possible to ensure everyone gets in on time.
With a high volume of supporters expected to attend, please note that the club will not be able to make provision for players' autographs at the open training session due to health and safety reasons.