West Ham United have launched a new microsite dedicated to the Club's historic move to the London 2012 Olympic Stadium.
With the Hammers set to move to Stratford in summer 2016, the Club is acutely aware that supporters will want to be kept fully updated and informed.
Now, fans can find all the information you need in one place on the microsite, which can be found at www.olympicstadium.whufc.com
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"This new microsite will become the ultimate portal for all you need to know about the iconic Olympic Stadium, its revolutionary transformation and our forthcoming move," confirmed Vice-Chairman Karren Brady
"You can find out about the plans to convert the setting for the unforgettable London 2012 Olympic Games into a world-class UEFA Category 4 football stadium, see artist's impressions and information on the venue's stunning design, as well as answers to your most pressing questions.
"You can read about the construction of retractable seating, bringing you close to the action and ensuring an electric atmosphere under the largest-spanning tensile roof in the world - another new feature of our new home.
"We promise to keep you updated throughout our journey to Stratford and we encourage your feedback through our on-going consultation process. My Board and I will regularly be contributing to the Blog to share with you the hard work going on behind the scenes to realise our Olympic Stadium dream."
In addition to the new microsite, a video presentation by the Vice-Chairman talking fans through the detailed architectural designs for the Olympic Stadium has been watched by tens of thousands of supporters.
"As anticipation builds ahead of the first game at the start of the 2016/17 season, the site will bring you the latest images in progress. We are of course also looking forward to sharing more detailed ticket and hospitality information with you on the site in the near future.
"If anyone you know would like to keep up to date with the Stadium move, encourage them to sign up to our email updates here."