West Ham United’s Directors are currently in the midst of a High Court dispute with London Stadium owners E20 Stadium over how many seats the club can use on match days, the Newham Recorder reports.

A High Court trial is set to start in Later at the end of November, with the two parties unable to agree on how many seats West Ham can sell for a home game at the stadium.

The Hammers also disagree with the stadium owners on whether they should apply for safety certificates for the ground in order to increase its’ capacity up from 57,000 to 60,000.

Judge, Mr Justice Snowden, has released the details of the case on a preliminary issue.

Snowden has stated that the trial is set to begin on November 19th.