Your farewell to the Boleyn

August 2015 will see West Ham United kick off their final season at the Boleyn Ground, ahead of their historic move to the former Olympic Stadium in Stratford.

With over a century's history to honour, the Club are determined to ensure that, with your help, the Boleyn bows out in style.


So over the coming weeks and months we will be reaching out to Hammers fans to gather your thoughts on how best to bid farewell to the ground we have called home since 1904.

Following an initial consultation with the Supporter Advisory Board (SAB) we have identified a shortlist of match themes to be incorporated into our final season's home fixtures. Now it is over to you. Each week we will be launching a poll on and on Twitter, alongside a call for fans to share their personal highlights and memories within each theme.


We will also be asking you about your favourite kits from down the years and canvassing your ideas for inspiration for the final commemorative Boleyn kit.


We want all of our loyal supporters to play their part in this unique season, so whether you are a Season Ticket Holder or a fan from afar, we will be calling on you to share your personal highlights and the unforgettable moments that make the Boleyn Ground such a unique place. Keep an eye out next week for the first vote launching next week.

Supporters are already jumping at the chance to book their spot for the final farewell to our home of 110 years, with thousands having put their name down on the Final Season waiting list. To book your place in history, join the waiting list here.


2014/15 Season Ticket Holders will automatically qualify for renewal for the final season. Half-Season Tickets are now on sale and are available online at, by calling 0871 529 1966 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras) or visiting the Stadium Ticket Office in person.


A 2015/16 Season Ticket Holders will gain access to all 19 Premier League home games plus any cup fixtures and secure their place in the migration process to West Ham United's new world-class, iconic home ground at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.