West Ham United's move to London Stadium gave the club the opportunity to create thousands of jobs for people from the local community.
From groundsmen to Supporter Liaison Officers, there have been job openings at every level of the club for local people.
West Ham were also just the third Premier League club to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation, after becoming an accredited London Living Wage payer.
That means there are over 2,000 people employed in full and part-time positions on the London Living Wage at London Stadium.
- Over 2,000 people employed in full and part-time positions at London Stadium on London Living Wage
- Over 514 employed by West Ham United on London Living Wage
- 387 by West Ham United
- 127 by West Ham United Foundation
- Only the third Premier League club to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation
- 50 Supporter Liaison Officers employed on matchdays
- 390 16-24 year-olds in the West Ham United Foundation Employability Pathway
- 94 young people engaged on the Leadership Through Sport and Business Progtamme
- 83% progress into employment
- A third are from the London Borough of Newham
- 95% of participants are Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic
- Premier League Works programme targets 16-25 year-olds who are not in education, employment or training