Classy moment Silkeborg staff give West Ham fans free beers as they collect tickets for Europa Conference League clash | The Sun
SILKEBORG handed out free beer to West Ham fans ahead of their Europa Conference League match.
The Danish side took on the Hammers in their second match of GroupB.
And as a gesture of goodwill the club handed out free beers to travelling fans collecting their tickets.
Several West Ham supporters were impressed with the generosity on show from Silkeborg – with some calling on the East London club to return the favour when the Danes visit in October.
However, not everyone was won over by the idea of free booze with some jokingly pointing out that it was Carlsberg on offer.
One fan said: "Class from the Danish."
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Another added: "I wouldn't get too excited, its only Carlsberg."
And a third said: "It would be amazing if we could do something in the return game for their fans @WestHamHelp."
Some fans also visited a bar owned by former Silkeborg and Bolton player Henrik Pedersen, who helped the Trotters escape relegation from the Premier League in 2003 at the expense of West Ham.
Silkeborg followed the example set by their fellow Danes Copenhagen in the Champions League on Wednesday.
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The Danish champions handed out free pints to Sevilla fans to thank them for making the trip to Scandinavia.
A viral video showed the beautiful moment stewards offered the Sevilla faithful their beverages and the supporters responded by singing in gratitude.
Fans took to social media to praise Copenhagen for the gesture that proved football can still bring people together.
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