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2014-08-15T11:07:00 Updated 2015-02-18T21:18:43

Get with the Programme!

West Ham United welcome Tottenham Hotspur to the Boleyn Ground for their opening game of the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season - and the occasion will be marked with a bumper 84-page Official Programme.

The second home issue of 2014/15 features a host of exclusive interviews and features, as well as all the usual information from every area of the Club. In addition, every supporter buying the print version of the Programme will receive a free double-sided poster featuring a 2014/15 fixture list and images of the players in their new adidas kit!

Cheikhou Kouyate is the cover star. In a revealing interview, the Senegal midfielder openly discusses his emotional move to Belgium as a teenager, his emergence and sustained success at RSC Anderlecht and his joy at his summer move to West Ham.


Supporters can read the very latest news on the Hammers' move to their new Stadium, with an exclusive letter to supporters from Vice-Chairman Karren Brady OBE.

Elsewhere, Joint-Chairman David Sullivan, manager Sam Allardyce and captain Kevin Nolan look forward to the new Barclays Premier League campaign, while Ian 'Moose' Abrahams talks to West Ham's new attacking coach Teddy Sheringham, who played for both clubs.

Julian Dicks previews the Ladies' season, while an interview with Academy scholar Decarrey Sherrif leads coverage of the Development Squad and U18s.

Columnists Ken Dyer and Matty Lawless give their lowdown on the new campaign. Fans will also find a mixture of popular old - including Hammerabilia, Get with the Programme - and exciting new features - 50 Greatest Matches and The Name Game - inside their Programme.

The Programme also takes an in-depth look at Saturday's opponents, with pen pictures, statistics and interviews giving fans the complete guide to Mauricio Pochettino's squad.

With all this and much, much more and priced at just £3.50, the Official Programme is a must-read for all Hammers supporters!

Tottenham cover

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 for just £1.99.

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 2014/15 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.

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