Tony Cottee to be honoured at Champions Place
Tony Cottee is set to become the latest West Ham United legend to be celebrated at Champions Place when the next phase of installation begins in March.
The 1985/86 Hammer of the year, and fifth highest goalscorer in the club's history with 146 senior goals, will be joined by hundreds of West Ham supporters in having a bespoke commemorative stone added to the unique display at our iconic home.
Cottee will join the likes of Bobby Moore, Sir Trevor Brooking, Paolo Di Canio, and many more West Ham icons in being honoured with a stone at Champions Place.
The new stones will be placed alongside the especially-engraved stones already in place honouring supporters alongside players and managers, many of them inscribed with personalised messages, at the north-east corner of London Stadium.
Thousands of Champions Place stones have already taken their place in history at the Hammers’ home on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and this latest installation phase is expected to be completed by mid-March.
Champions Place provides a lasting tribute to all the players and fans, past and present, who have made West Ham United a Club loved across the world.
Personalised stones for future installation phases are available to order from just £60 – giving you the chance to make your mark at our new home or purchase a unique Hammers gift.
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