12 Days of Christmas: Sir Trevor Brooking spreads Christmas cheer for Any Old Irons

Sir Trevor Brooking recently spent an enjoyable afternoon in the company of a group of very special West Ham United fans who witnessed at first-hand his finest moments in Claret and Blue.

The Hammers legend headed to the East Ham Working Men’s Club, close to the former Boleyn Ground in Upton Park, for a question and answer session with Any Old Irons, a community programme for men and women over the age of 65, organised in conjunction with the West Ham United Foundation and Friends of the Elderly.

Sir Trevor took questions from the audience and shared memories and anecdotes from his illustrious playing career with the Hammers, which saw him progress through the famous Academy before going on to make 643 appearances between 1967 and 1984, a period that brought two FA Cup triumphs, a Second Division title medal, five Hammer of the Year awards and 47 England caps.

He then spent more than an hour chatting with those present, signing autographs and posing for photographs. Watch the full video above.

The 12 Days of Christmas kicked off last week with our Claret Crackers challenge between Marko Arnautovic and Sam Byram. Click here to watch the video.

Our second day of the 12 Days of Christmas saw Mark Noble, Winston Reid, James Collins, Andy Carroll, Aaron Cresswell and manager David Moyes spread cheer to families attending the Richard House Children's Hospice's Christmas party at London. Click here to watch.

The third day saw our U23s and Academy players take part in a festive Me or Him challenge. You can watch the full video here.

Day four pitted Chicharito and Pablo Zabaleta together in another Claret Crackers video, while day five had our Ladies team  competing in a festive keepie-uppies challenge.

Pablo Zabaleta was among the Hammers who surprised a group of local schoolchildren by photobombing their London Stadium tour on day six.

Day seven saw Diafra Sakho take on Jose Fonte in our latest Claret Crackers video, while the first team's trip to youngsters at Newham University Hospital was our day eight feature.