Swansea to provide final Boleyn Ground opposition

Swansea City will be West Ham United's final Barclays Premier League opponents at the Boleyn Ground

West Ham United will bid an emotional farewell to the Boleyn Ground with a Barclays Premier League fixture against Swansea City.

The Swans will provide the final league opposition in E13 on 7 May, prior to the Club’s exciting move to the new Stadium on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The fixture programme for the 2015/16 campaign was released on Wednesday morning, giving Slaven Bilic an opening day trip to Arsenal for his first league assignment in the West Ham dugout.

West Ham follow that 8 August trip to the Emirates Stadium with back-to-back home games, against Leicester City on 15 August and AFC Bournemouth on 22 August.

The opening month of the campaign concludes with a trip to Liverpool on 29 August.

The Christmas period sends the Hammers to Aston Villa on Boxing Day, before Southampton visit the Boleyn Ground on 28 December and another home game against Liverpool on 2 January.

The 2015/16 season ends with a trip to Stoke City on 15 May.

See the full fixture list below. Please note all fixtures are subject to change.

A place on the Final Season Waiting List remains the only way of securing a seat for the final season. 
If you are not on the waiting list and want to be in with a chance of a Season Ticket for the final season at the Boleyn Ground, you can join the Final Season Waiting List by clicking here or calling the Ticket Office on 0871 529 1966 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras).  


Date Opponent Venue
Saturday 8 August Arsenal A
Saturday 15 August Leicester City H
Saturday 22 August AFC Bournemouth H
Saturday 29 August Liverpool A
Saturday 12 September Newcastle United H
Saturday 19 September Manchester City A
Saturday 26 September Norwich City H
Saturday 3 October Sunderland A
Saturday 17 October Crystal Palace A
Saturday 24 October Chelsea H
Saturday 31 October Watford A
Saturday 7 November Everton H
Saturday 21 November Tottenham Hotspur A
Saturday 28 November West Bromwich Albion H
Saturday 5 December Manchester United A
Saturday 12 December Stoke City H
Saturday 19 December Swansea City A
Saturday 26 December Aston Villa A
Monday 28 December Southampton H
Saturday 2 January Liverpool H
Tuesday 12 January AFC Bournemouth A
Saturday 16 January Newcastle United A
Saturday 23 January Manchester City H
Tuesday 2 February Aston Villa H
Saturday 6 February Southampton A
Saturday 13 February Norwich City A
Saturday 27 February Sunderland H
Tuesday 1 March Tottenham Hotspur H
Saturday 5 March Everton A
Saturday 12 March Watford H
Saturday 19 March Chelsea A
Saturday 2 April Crystal Palace H
Saturday 9 April Arsenal H
Saturday 16 April Leicester City A
Saturday 23 April Manchester United H
Saturday 30 April West Bromwich Albion A
Saturday 7 May Swansea City H
Sunday 15 May Stoke City A