West Ham United's award-winning Official Programme returns for Saturday's Betway Cup visit of Atalanta.
With London Stadium set to host its biggest crowd since February 2020 and tickets selling fast here, the Hammers have produced a new-look 116-page issue crammed full of exclusive interviews and exciting content for fans of all ages.
Voted the 2020/21 Premier League's Programme of the Season by Premier Progs, the Irons' official matchday magazine is back for what promises to be an exciting season at home and abroad - and you can read it for free online here.
West Ham welcome their free-scoring Italian visitors for what promises to be an entertaining fixture, and the Official Programme is the perfect place to get all your pre-match prep.
With tens of thousands of supporters set to return to London Stadium, you can mark the occasion with our Official Programme, which is available to order here 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, from the Club's online West Ham Programmes shop.
Throughout the 2021/22 season, we will be showcasing the work of Hammers-supporting artists and illustrators on the front cover, showing the wide range of talent among the Claret and Blue Army.
Inside Saturday's issue, we talk to new boy Alphonse Areola, former Irons and Atalanta player Alessandro Diamanti, West Ham fan and Czech Ambassador to the UK Libor Sečka and Head of Medical Services Richard Collinge.
In the Hammers Heritage section, we look back on the match that made legendary manager Ron Greenwood, flick through some unique old programmes and view valuable West Ham memorabilia.
Looking to the future, we meet the Club's new Women's players and the intake of young professionals and scholars, chat to U23s forward Mesaque Dju and catch up with former Academy of Football goalkeeper Sam Howes.
For the gaming Hammers, there are tips for the upcoming Fantasy Premier League season and a look back on how the Irons were portrayed in Championship Manager 99/00!
With columns penned by manager David Moyes, captain Mark Noble, former Hammer Tony Cottee and respected journalist Ken Dyer, there is content for everyone in the Official Programme!
Come on you Irons!
*For UK addresses only. Postage and Packaging £3.49 for Europe/£6.49 for Rest of the World.