The Boleyn Ground is the place to be in 2012 - starting with the popular Kids for a Quid match against Coventry City on Monday.
The Hammers head into the New Year still riding high in the npower Championship and fans are determined to play their part in the push for promotion by cheering on Big Sam's men every step of the way.
There are fewer than 1,000 seats left after the online whufcboxoffice.com reported brisk trade over the holidays. While all Under-16s can get in for just a pound, adult prices start from £32.
The last home match of 2011 against Barnsley saw West Ham United record the second biggest crowd in the country, ahead of five of the six matches played in the Barclays Premier League.
After that bumper Boleyn date, the Ticket Office has been inundated with people wanting to see the Hammers welcome last-placed Coventry, with fans hoping for a repeat of the 2-1 away win at the Ricoh Arena in November.
The manager has big names like Kevin Nolan and Jack Collison back in contention, while Sam Baldock and Carlton Cole could form a potent partnership in the Hammers attack. Make sure you don't miss out on the start of what promises to be a big 2012 for West Ham United.