A special 100-page Official Programme commemorating the 50th anniversary of West Ham United's 1964 FA Cup win will be available at Saturday's Barclays Premier League visit of Tottenham Hotspur.
The unique issue features interviews with many of the players involved in the Hammers' 3-2 victory over Preston North End at Wembley on 2 May 1964 - and the six ties leading up to that final.
Match-winner Ronnie Boyce, fellow goalscorers Sir Geoff Hurst and John Sissons, Peter Brabrook, Ken Brown, Eddie Bovington and Jack Burkett all look back on that unforgettable afternoon in Hammers history half-a-century ago.
"It was quite remarkable if you put the whole thing in context, because when I joined the Club at 16 West Ham were in the Second Division and had been forever," said Sir Geoff in an exclusive interview. "We were promoted in 1958 and, within a few years, we had won the FA Cup and became only the second English club to win a European competition."
England's 1966 FIFA World Cup final hat-trick hero also bagged a vital goal in the semi-final win over much-fancied Manchester United at a boggy Hillsborough, while the memory of the post-final open-top bus parade through east London will forever be etched in Sir Geoff's memory.
"I still have the photographs at home in a suitcase," revealed the great striker. "When you look back, you remember it, but what is interesting if you keep photographs, you can see us on the bus in the Barking Road looking a bit dishevelled from the night before, and the thousands of people lined up along the route.
"They were just fantastic days under Ron Greenwood's management, developing players and it is great credit to the Club and to Ron in particular for doing that."
Ian 'Moose' Abrahams sits down for a long chat with 1964 hero and long-serving defender Brown, while there is a detailed look back on West Ham's triumphant run to Wembley.
To read the interviews with Sir Geoff and Brown in full, and those with all the other legendary figures of West Ham's first major trophy success, then you can order your 100-page Programme online now for just £3.50.
Alternatively, you can pick up a copy in or around the Boleyn Ground on Saturday, or download a digital issue for your tablet, PC or smartphone for just £1.99 on matchday - complete with exclusive video interviews with a number of the 1964 greats.
Inside, supporters can also read an extensive four-page tribute to the late Dylan Tombides, who sadly passed away on Good Friday at the age of 20 following a three-year battle with cancer.
Long-serving former Club physio Rob Jenkins looks back on his time working with some of West Ham's all-time greats from his clinic on Green Street - the same road called home by a young Joint-Chairman David Gold, whose exclusive column returns.
Of the current crop, manager Sam Allardyce and captain Kevin Nolan reflect on a challenging season, while Mark Noble takes on the 1 to 100 quiz.
With all this, plus the rundown on Saturday's opponents Tottenham, and the latest from the Club's Development Squad, U18s and Ladies team, supporters cannot afford to miss out on a bumper 100-page Programme for the price of the usual 84-page issue.
*The digital edition of the Official Programme will be available on your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android devices alongside PC and Mac. It will be on sale on matchday from 9am.
The digital Official Programme comes with all the content you would expect from the print edition, as well as exclusive video footage, meaning fans from all over the globe can get ahead of the action and read their Programme and enjoy exclusive video interviews and highlights.
If you live overseas, that means you can download your programme before kick-off, with the game being televised live in a large number of countries across the world. The print edition will be available to buy in and around the Boleyn Ground on matchday as usual, packed with all the usual exclusive content.
Available again for the 2013/14 season, the digital programme offers supporters a number of great additional features, including:
• Easy to use page-turning technology
• Simple content navigation and skip-to-page features
• Interactive content including exclusive video footage
• Our programmes remember the last page you were viewing
• Fans can order back-dated issues
• Apple users will have all their issues hosted in one place on Newsstand for easy access
Hammers supporters can subscribe for the whole season from just £24.99 (fans receive all back issues) or buy individual issues for only £1.99.
The Programme is available on Apple iPad and iPhone, as well as Android and via the Pocketmags app on kindle fire and Blackberry Playbook.