Get with the programme

West Ham United fans simply cannot afford to miss out on grabbing a copy of the matchday programme for Saturday's npower Championship visit of Brighton and Hove Albion.

The 24th issue of the 2011/12 season is packed full of exclusive stories and images, including full details of how to vote for your Hammer of the Year and winners in five other exciting awards categories. To register your vote now, click here.

There is a full-length feature interview with fit-again Guy Demel. The right-back discusses his frustration after an injury-affected season and his hopes of helping the Hammers back into the Premier League and European competition.

Also inside, Mark Noble reveals his Biggest Matches, while we catch up with Harry Obeney, who signed for West Ham in the 1950s after manager Ted Fenton visited his home!

Elsewhere, Ian 'Moose' Abrahams chats to Seagulls assistant manager and former Hammer Mauricio Taricco and DJ and music producer Norman 'Fatboy Slim' Cook.

Club historian John Helliar examines the 1922/23 and 1957/58 seasons, when West Ham won eleven away league matches - a club record recently eclipsed by Big Sam's squad.

Brighton cover

The use of Quick Response (QR) Codes continues to expand, enabling supporters to get more out of their matchday programme. Using your smartphone, you will be able to scan QR Codes giving you instant access to the club's online offerings, including the Online Store, Box Office, official website and exclusive photo galleries.

Fans can get the complete lowdown on Gus Poyet's visitors, England Under-18 winger Matthias Fanimo is Learning His Trade, while there is also the latest from the club's Academy, Development Squad and Ladies team - including full coverage of the recent Essex FA County Cup final.

With all this, plus exclusive columns from manager Sam Allardyce and Joint Chairman David Gold, you simply cannot afford to miss out on Saturday's matchday programme.

Priced at £3.50, the issue will be on sale in and around the Boleyn Ground on matchday, including from the Stadium Store. Alternatively, order your copy online by clicking here