Bid for a piece of Hammers history - hurry before it's too late!

More than 200 unique and historic West Ham United lots went Under the Hammer in a unique auction on Saturday, with items to suit all Claret and Blue tastes and budgets.

Among those which attracted great interest from fans were Slaven Bilic's dugout seat, a green and gold painted brass 'West Ham United' train name plate and the Boleyn Ground scoreboard formerly situated in the stadium's north west corner.

Supporters also bid for medals, international caps, shirts and training kit presented to and worn by the likes of Bobby Moore, Martin Peters and Trevor Brooking, as well as the large banners featuring Bobby and Sir Trevor that once hung high in the Betway Stand.

Corner flags, signs and framed photographs were also among the more than 200 lots which went under the hammer, as are tactics boards, treatment tables and many more unique items in Hammers history.

Proceeds from this exclusive event will be reinvested in the Club's very own Academy of Football. 

Meanwhile, the Stadium Contents and Football Memorabilia online auctions continue here. They are set to close over two days, on 8 and 9 June, and 13 and 14 June respectively.  

Supporters purchasing a limited edition Farewell Boleyn Auction catalogue are to be entered into an exclusive prize draw.*     

Saturday’s auction was a once-in-a-lifetime chance to become the proud new owner of a precious West Ham United keepsake – a lavish 118-page catalogue featuring upwards of 200 unique pieces of Boleyn Ground memorabilia.

The prize draw, meanwhile, sees three unique West Ham United items up for grabs.  

First prize is two ticket-only corporate hospitality packages for the Betway Cup at the new Stadium, where the Hammers are to host Serie A champions Juventus on Sunday 7 August.    

Second prize is a 2015/16 home shirt signed by the first team squad, while the third prize is a limited edition boxed Farewell Boleyn shirt signed by 1975 FA Cup final hero Alan Taylor and goalkeeping legend Phil Parkes.   

To purchase the Official Auction Catalogue, please click here. The catalogue secures entry for two to the live and webcast auction at the Boleyn Ground from 10.30 on Saturday 4 June – the final public access event at the Boleyn Ground.     

*If you have already purchased a catalogue you will automatically be entered into the prize draw.