West Ham United 4-1 Birmingham
3 November 1923
The Hammers were getting into the swing of their first ever top flight season when they welcomed Birmingham to the Boleyn Ground on this day 90 years ago.
It was the start of a double-header against the Blues, with West Ham due to play the return fixture a week later, and they ensured they held the early bragging rights with a four-goal blast.
William Moore, Frank Richardson, William Brown and George Kay all hit the target on a successful afternoon for the Londoners.
Moore would finish as the Club's top scorer that year with ten, although he would draw a blank seven days later as Birmingham hit back with a 2-0 win themselves.
The pair would be locked together at the end of the campaign too, as West Ham finished in 13th with the Blues one place below.
Complete record - 3 November
2012 West Ham United 0-0 Manchester City (Premier League)
2001 West Ham United 0-2 Fulham (Premier League)
1992 Grimsby Town 1-1 West Ham United (Division One)
1990 Notts County 0-1 West Ham United (Division Two)
1984 Aston Villa 0-0 West Ham United (Division One)
1979 West Ham United 1-0 Wrexham (Division Two)
1973 Leeds United 4-1 West Ham United (Division One)
1962 West Ham United 1-2 Bolton Wanderers (Division One)
1956 Doncaster Rovers 3-0 West Ham United (Division Two)
1951 Nottingham Forest 0-0 West Ham United (Division Two)
1934 West Ham United 3-1 Port Vale (Division Two)
1928 West Ham United 3-0 Manchester City (Division One)
1923 West Ham United 4-1 Birmingham (Division One)
Played 13, Won 5, Drawn 4, Lost 4, Scored 15, Conceded 14