Friday 29 Jun
Updated Friday 29 Jun 12:30

Meet Hammers legends in Club London


If you book a Club London package to watch the Hammers in the 2018/19 season, you will be getting much more than the 90 minutes of Premier League football.

Hospitality at West Ham United offers top of the range dining and lounge options while retaining an East End charm which creates one of the best matchday experiences in the capital.

And what’s more – you could meet a West Ham United legend in your lounge to top off the day.

Every matchday at London Stadium, some of the men who helped to create the Club’s proud history join Club London members.

At all home fixtures, a group of former Hammers heroes are present as Matchday Ambassadors, greeting supporters in Club London and sharing memories and anecdotes of their playing days.

Last season, the claret and blue legends mingling with supporters included:

Brian Dear – One of the stars of the greatest night in West Ham United’s history, the 1965 European Cup Winners’ Cup victory over TSV Munich 1860 at Wembley.

Alan Taylor – Two-goal hero of the victorious 1975 FA Cup-winning team, with braces in the quarter-final, semi-final and then final triumph over Fulham at Wembley.

Keith Robson – Cult hero who scored an unforgettable goal against Eintracht Frankfurt in the 1976 European Cup Winners’ Cup semi-final to help book the second European final in our history.

David Cross – Popular and prolific centre-forward who played a key role in West Ham’s last major domestic cup triumph – the 1980 FA Cup final victory against Arsenal

George Parris – Homegrown and hard-working hero who progressed through the Academy ranks and became a member of the Boys of 86 – our highest-ever league finish.

Mark Ward – Another star of that record-breaking 1985-86 campaign who earned the respect and admiration of supporters thanks to his feisty character and tremendous ability.  

Martin Allen – Fearless and whole-hearted midfielder who played in both the 1990-91 and 1992-93 promotion-winning campaigns, earning cult hero status among Hammers fans along the way.

Steve Lomas – Former club captain who played a key role in helping the Hammers avoid relegation following his arrival from Manchester City in 1997, and showed great leadership on and off the field.

Jack Collison – Another highly-regarded Academy graduate who built a rock-solid affinity with Hammers fans and was a star of the 2012 Championship Play-Off final triumph at Wembley.

Tony Cottee – Part of the famous Boys of ‘86 team who achieved the Club’s best-ever league finish. He scored 146 goals for the Hammers across two spells

Tony Gale – Tony played exactly 300 league games for the Hammers from 1984-1994, twice helping the Club win promotion back to the top flight.

Trevor Morley – Trevor enjoyed a highly-productive six-year spell in east London, scoring 70 goals in a little over 200 appearances. His 22 goals in 1992/93 played a big role in promotion under Billy Bonds.

John Moncur – John was a mainstay of the Hammers midfield throughout the mid-to-late-1990s, playing over 200 times in Claret & Blue and winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup in the 1999/2000 campaign.

Look out for more of your Hammers legends at London Stadium next season…