Get with the programme

West Ham United supporters simply cannot afford to miss the 2009/10 official matchday programme.

Jam-packed with exclusive interviews and photographs, the matchday programme contains everything a fan could want to know about their club.

Tuesday's visit of Millwall for an eagerly awaited Carling Cup second round tie will be no different, with exclusive interviews with winger Junior Stanislas and Hammers and England legend Sir Geoff Hurst.

Stanislas talks about how he could have joined the Lions as a youngster before linking up with West Ham, while Sir Geoff discusses his role in a nationwide scheme to provide free coaching for disability sports.

Also inside, readers can also catch up with Mauricio Taricco, the full-back who made his only appearance in a claret and blue shirt against Milllwall in November 2004, and Gary Alexander, the Academy of Football graduate now scoring goals for the Lions.

Julien Faubert has donned his manager's coat in 'My Dream Team', while youngster Josh Payne is 'Talking Football'.

Manager Gianfranco Zola also speaks about his plan to lift the Carling Cup after winning the competition as a player.

Club historian John Helliar delves into the archives to look into West Ham's clashes with Millwall during the Second World War, while the historic rivalry between the near-neighbours is also examined.

Republic of Ireland Under-17 striker Daniel Purdy is 'Learning His Trade', while we also ask 1961/62 Hammer of the Year and former Millwall goalkeeper Lawrie Leslie 'Where Are They Now?'.

With ticket news, appearance records, league tables, supporters' messages and much, much more, fans cannot afford to miss the 2009/10 official matchday programme.

The 84-page West Ham United official matchday programme will be available in and around the Boleyn Ground on Tuesday, priced £3.50.

To order your copy, or to subscribe to the official matchday programme, click here. You can also order back issues, including Sunday's edition for the visit of Tottenham Hotspur which featured an extended interview with Luis Jimenez and exclusives with Teddy Sheringham, Kieron Dyer and Danny Gabbidon.