Following the Boleyn Ground finale against Manchester United on Tuesday 10 May, the intricate process of removing seats will begin and those purchased will be individually packaged in bespoke Farewell Boleyn presentation cases.
For all the logistical complexities, the Club have gone to great lengths to ensure that supporters will have this unique opportunity to mark the end of West Ham’s 112-year tenure at the Boleyn Ground.
Naturally, Season Ticket Holders have first refusal on their matchday seats, with a priority purchase window to run until Sunday 15 May. Remaining seats will then become available on General Sale to any fans wishing to get their hands on a piece of football history.
All seats are available to supporters for £50. The Club sought every possible means of keeping this as inexpensive as it could be for supporters and the final price reflects the complexity of the process, the removal of individual seats and the commemorative packaging.
Supporters are welcome to collect their seats in person from the Boleyn Ground and details of specific collection dates are available in the FAQ section. Alternatively, seats can be delivered with standard postage and packaging costs incurred.
Please note, as this is a phased sales process, the window to purchase seats in the Bobby Moore Stand, Sir Trevor Brooking Stand and East Stand has now closed.
Seats in the Betway Stand are still available to purchase, up until Sunday 12 June.
To purchase your seat today, supporters should visit https://www.whufcboxoffice.com/events.aspx. Seats are identifiable by their seat number, but no further personalisation is available.
Today’s announcement comes ahead of this summer’s extensive Farewell Boleyn auctions to ensure every treasured item from the Boleyn Ground finds a fitting new home.
Supporters can now register to bid here, while further information on the auction and the lots available can be found at www.auctions.whufc.com.
The Stadium Contents Online Auction will open on 18 May and close over two days, 8 and 9 June, while the Football Memorabilia Online Auction will open on 23 May 2016 and close over two days, 13 and 14 June. A live Webcast Auction at the Boleyn Ground will take place on 4 June.