The Football Association has confirmed that domestic football will now resume following postponements as a consequence of The Queens death.

The statement by footballs governing body read:

All matches held at stadiums are subject to leagues and clubs working with the relevant authorities to stage these fixtures, as usual practice.

We will be recommending to clubs, leagues and competitions across the country that a minute’s silence is observed before matches are played, and
that black armbands should be worn where possible.

All flags at Wembley Stadium and St. George’s Park will continue to fly at half-mast this week
and over the weekend. 

The FA can also confirm that all scheduled football matches will be postponed on the day of Her Majesty the Queen’s funeral on Monday 19 September. 

Our thoughts at this time remain with His Majesty King Charles Ill, our president, HRH The Prince Wales, and the whole of the Royal Family.

The West Ham Way will keep our fans updated via Patreon the status of our match against Everton this Sunday.