Don't miss the new-look Official West Ham Programme!

West Ham United v AFC Bournemouth programme cover


Don’t miss the new-look 100-page West Ham United Official Programme ahead of Saturday’s Premier League home opener with AFC Bournemouth.

The Club’s matchday magazine features exclusive content galore, including interviews, features, photographs and news from inside the Hammers.

The cover star is Jack Wilshere, who discusses his move to London Stadium, his friendship with Mark Noble and his loan spell at Bournemouth, while also finding time to answer supporters’ questions.

Also inside, manager Manuel Pellegrini pens his first column, while captain Noble and Joint-Chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold look ahead to what promises to be an exciting 2018/19 campaign.

Feature-wise, Declan Rice reveals his Heroes, Aaron Cresswell shares his Firsts and Robert Snodgrass unveils his Play List, while eSports player Jamboo reveals his FIFA 19 wish list.

Chris Scull returns with a new column looking back on Cult moments and items in Hammers history, while Ken Dyer is also back to cast his experienced eye over the season ahead.

There is plenty for history buffs too, with ex-West Ham and Bournemouth player and manager Harry Redknapp sharing his favourite Scrapbook moments, while former West Ham Steve Jones also looks back on his spells with both clubs.

With all this, plus a detailed introduction to Eddie Howe’s squad, the latest from the women’s team, U23s, U18s and the West Ham United Foundation, Saturday’s 100-page issue is a must-have memento from Manuel Pellegrini’s first home game in charge.

The print edition will be available to buy in and around the London Stadium on matchday.

The Digital Official Programme is available to download to your iPad or iPhone, Android devices, PC and Mac and via the Pocketmags app on kindle fire and Blackberry Playbook.

Whether you live overseas or just want to consume your content on the way to London Stadium, that means you can download your Digital Programme before kick-off, with the game being televised live in a large number of countries across the world.