West Ham United's 116-page Official Programme for Sunday's 4-0 Premier League win over Wolverhampton Wanderers is still on sale via the Club's new online sales portal!
The Hammers matched their biggest-ever Premier League victory at London Stadium, matching the New Year's Day thrashing of AFC Bournemouth, and you can mark the occasion with this highly collectable issue!
Jarrod Bowen scored two goals as the Irons ripped into Nuno's UEFA Europa League quarter-finalists, condemning the Portuguese manager to his worst-ever defeat as Wolves boss.
West Ham Programmes is your one-stop shop for the 2020/21 Official Programme, which features news, views, exclusive photography and more.
You can order copies of the Official Programme for our fantastic win over Wolves now for just £3.50, plus £1.49 postage and packaging*. Copies will be sent via first-class post.
Full-season subscriptions are also available, including all Premier League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup home issues, from just £108.
In Sunday's issue cover star Michail Antonio tells the unique story of his rise from non-league to Premier League, his motivations, his approach to football and his recent red-hot goalscoring form.
Former West Ham and Wolves striker Bobby Gould looks back on his favourite Claret and Blue moments, while U18s manager Kevin Keen, who also played for both clubs, picks his Dream Teammates from his career.
Columnist Mark Webster heads back down the Added Time Tunnel, Irons legend Tony Cottee shares his thoughts, while Evening Standard correspondent Ken Dyer pays tribute to football's first 'celebrities' Bobby Moore and Billy Wright.
With columns penned by manager David Moyes and captain Mark Noble, plus exclusive interviews and features from the Academy of Football, West Ham United’s women and the Club’s award-winning Foundation, plus plenty of historical content marking the Irons' 125th anniversary, there is content for everyone in the Official Programme!
Come on you Irons!
*For UK addresses only. Postage and Packaging £3.14 for Europe/£4.26 for Rest of the World.