Been missing the Hammers?
Fret no more. This Saturday sees a fiesta of football come to the Boleyn with Sam Allardyce's new-look West Ham United taking on Spanish visitors Real Zaragoza - evoking memories of one of the club's finest ever European nights.
Back in 1965, Bobby Moore skippered the team to a memorable semi-final success against Zaragoza before they marched on to lift the Cup Winners' Cup at the Wembley final.
To mark the occasion, the club are offering a range of superb corporate hospitality packages, with prices starting from just £30 plus VAT. A good place to be is the 66 Club Bar - especially as Saturday marks the 45th anniversary of England's triumph in the 1966 FIFA World Cup.
The club's Legends Bar is also proving particularly popular, with its great location in the heart of the Alpari Stand and excellent seats. Those wanting to really make it a special day can snap up one of the few remaining Executive Boxes, with fantastic opportunities available.
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With the sun expected to be shining over the East End, and the match getting under way from 3pm, where would you rather be this weekend? With the kids off for the holidays, it could be the perfect family day-out or just a chance for you and your mates to catch-up.
On the pitch, Sam Allardyce is set to unveil his new signings including Matt Taylor and Kevin Nolan, while the likes of Robert Green, James Tomkins, Jack Collison and Carlton Cole are also expected to figure.
The manager deliberately rested some of his biggest names this week to ensure they are ready for what will be the first real look at how his team are shaping up for their promotion push.
He said: "We left Scott and a lot of players out on Tuesday. We have a big game on Saturday and it is going to be a very testing standard. I want some fresh players going into that game rather than what we have been doing in the previous matches."
Allardyce naturally has high hopes that Taylor and Nolan will provide a telling contribution to the claret and blue cause this campaign.
"They are two players who have stepped down from the Premier League to play for us. That gives us a certain amount of quality that is needed to get out of the Championship and into the Premier League. With Matt it is about providing opportunities and chipping in with goals and with Kevin it is goals, goals and more goals.
"If they both produce what they are capable of, we have got two players that are going to take us to the tip of the sort of points we need for automatic promotion. We then need the forwards to chip in with the same amount and we have sorted that end of the pitch. The other part is making sure we are not the soft touch defensively like we were last year."
Those coming along should allow extra time and make sure to check out the superb new Macron home and away kits in the Stadium Superstore. Season ticket holders can get a fantastic discount as well. Click here for more information.