Supporters are asked to take their seats early at Monday's game against Tottenham Hotspur for the pre-match tributes to Bobby Moore.
The club are marking the 20th anniversary of Bobby's passing at the game against Spurs, with the build-up starting from 7.40pm.
Tributes from current and former Hammers players will be screened in the run-up to the game, while the team will be playing in specially-embroidered shirts.
A host of Moore's contemporaries have been invited to attend as special guests of the club, including fellow World Cup winners and West Ham team-mates Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst, and five-times Hammer of the Year Sir Trevor Brooking.
There will be a minute's applause to remember Bobby and supporters in the Bobby Moore Stand will also be invited to take part in displaying a special mosaic depicting Moore's famous claret and blue No6 shirt, which was retired by the club in August 2008 to mark the 50th anniversary of the defender's West Ham debut.
The Match is also one of this seasons designated Bobby Moore Fund matches and the Fund will be the beneficiary of all charitable activity carried out at this fixture. A special 100-page Official Programme is also being produced for the occasion, including exclusive memories of Moore from those who knew him best, on and off the pitch. Priced at £4, a donation of 50 pence from the sale of each programme will be made to the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK.
A bucket collection will also be held at the Boleyn Ground to allow supporters to make their own personal donations to the charity founded in Moore's memory devoted to fighting the disease that took his life. The West Ham squad will also warm-up in Bobby Moore Fund T-shirts before kick-off to create awareness for the charity and the first team players will sign the shirts they play in on the night in order that they can be auctioned to further boost the club's fundraising total for the charity.