West Ham United are pleased to confirm that individual Official Programmes will be published for each of the Club’s five remaining 2019/20 Premier League matches.
While Government guidelines mean the London Stadium fixtures with Wolverhampton Wanderers, Chelsea, Burnley, Watford and Aston Villa will be played without supporters present due to COVID-19, each game will be broadcast live on television.
In line with the Club’s commitment to keep supporters at the heart of everything we do, publishing deadlines have been brought forward to enable delivery of printed copies ahead of kick-off, enhancing your matchday experience, subject to Royal Mail's delivery service.
Fans can order copies of their 116-page issue of ‘Hammer’ for the visit of Wolves on Saturday 20 June - and the four other remaining home games - online here for just £3.50 each, plus 99p postage and packaging*. Copies pre-ordered on or before Wednesday 17 June will be sent via first-class post and, if all goes to plan, will arrive in time for matchday.
In addition, fans will also be able to download an enhanced digital issue, complete with exclusive video content, free of charge, from whufc.com.
The front cover of the Wolves issue will feature photographs of hundreds of Hammers heroes – NHS and Key workers who have given their all to provide frontline services to the public during the pandemic. The back cover will feature two ‘squads’ of 25 heroes representing Barts Health NHS Trust and The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.
Inside, readers will be treated to the usual combination of exclusive news, interviews and photographs, columns, statistics and historical articles.
Declan Rice reflects on his first 100 appearances in Claret and Blue and keeping busy during lockdown and looks forward to helping the Hammers finish the Premier League season on a high.
Goalkeeper Darren Randolph and Academy winger Amadou Diallo reveal their favourite things, while U23s and U18s coaches reflect on their curtailed but successful 2019/20 campaigns.
Club photographer Arfa Griffiths reflects on nearly 25 years of catching West Ham on camera, while former players Bobby Gould and Geoff Pike look back on their careers in Claret and Blue.
With columns penned by manager David Moyes, captain Mark Noble and Evening Standard correspondent Ken Dyer, plus a detailed guide to opponents Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Details of how to download your free enhanced digital issue will be published on whufc.com in due course.
Come on you Irons!
*For UK addresses only. Postage and Packaging £3.50 for Europe/£4.50 for Rest of the World.