New Stadium progress report

  • Stadium Store and West Ham United Coffee Co. approaching completion
  • Store on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park set for grand opening on Thursday 23 June
  • Shirts depicting Hammers' achievements now hanging in London Stadium concourses
Following the seeding of the pitch at West Ham United’s new home on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park last week, brings you all the developments from elsewhere at the new Stadium.
The brand new official Stadium Store is almost complete, with the vast majority of the fixtures and fittings in place - including three leaves of the John Lyall Gates and turnstiles relocated from the Boleyn Ground.
Manikins, ready to model the Hammers’ new kits throughout the 2016/17 campaign, are also ready for the grand opening on Thursday 23 June.
Downstairs in the Store, which is three times the size of the its Boleyn Ground equivalent, supporters will be able to have their replica shirts printed with names of their Claret and Blue heroes at the printing desks, which are also near completion.
Supporters may take inspiration from the huge shirts which look down from high above the concourses.
Now hanging alongside the shirts of Hammer of the Year Dimitri Payet, Mark Noble, Billy Bonds, Sir Trevor Brooking, Bobby Moore and others are those depicting the honours won during 121 years of history.
Also downstairs, making superb progress and looking the part is the West Ham United Coffee Co., where the aforementioned turnstiles have been specially adapted for fans to sit or stand alongside to enjoy their refreshments.