If you book a place at the 2014/15 West Ham United Player Awards, you could leave with a special piece of West Ham United memorabilia.
As part of the live auction on the night, our infamous motivational sign from the home dressing room is up for grabs.
This unique Boleyn Ground item is one of the last things the players see before they do battle for three Barclays Premier League points, reminding them ‘Winning – It’s what we are here for’.
As we head into what is sure to be a memorable final campaign at the Boleyn Ground, this could be your chance to take a unique corner of the stadium to your own home.
The star-studded awards evening, which is in support of the Academy, will take place at the Hilton Hotel on Park Lane on Wednesday 6 May 2015, with several more exciting auction items there for the taking.
You could win two Directors Box tickets for every away match in 2015/16, an assistant manager for the day experience at a pre-season match, dinner at your home with two players cooked by England team chef Tim De'ath, a pub lunch with manager Sam Allardyce at the 59 New Street restaurant in Chelmsford, an Argentina shirt signed by stars including Lionel Messi and Carlos Tevez, an exclusive New Stadium tour and Matchday Announcer for the day!
To climax an eagerly-anticipated evening of entertainment, The Hammer of the Year will be crowned, while the prestigious event, which will see awards presented to the club's brightest current and upcoming stars, will be attended by the first-team squad and coaching staff.
The event presents the perfect opportunity to entertain in style and showcase your company.
Tables for ten are available from just £2,750 plus VAT, while individual packages are priced at £300+VAT. Book now by calling 0871 091 1811!
In addition to the live auction, we will also have a Q&A with Hammers legends alongside a three course luxury meal in the glamorous Grand Ballroom.
Meanwhile, Hammers legend Martin Peters MBE will become the third recipient of the Club’s Lifetime Achievement Award sponsored by ACL at the Player Awards.
71-year-old Peters came through the famed Academy at West Ham to play a pivotal role in the golden period of the 1960s, even though he missed out on an involvement in the 1964 FA Cup winning effort.
The following year he played a full role as the Hammers lifted the European Cup Winners’ Cup and then returned to Wembley a year later to win the World Cup with England.
He would go on to score exactly 100 goals for the Hammers in 364 appearances – a fine record for a midfielder – before enjoying further success with Tottenham Hotspur and Norwich City, ending a remarkable 22-year professional career with Sheffield United.
The complete midfielder, Peters’ versatility was such that he played in every position for the Hammers – including in goal when replacing the injured Brian Rhodes in just his third game for the Club.
Peters was made an MBE in 1978 and follows in the footsteps of Billy Bonds MBE and Sir Trevor Brooking in receiving the Hammers’ Lifetime Achievement Award.