Monday 18 Jan
Updated Monday 18 Jan 11:13

Get your Official Programme for West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion now!

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West Ham United's 116-page Official Programme for Tuesday's Premier League fixture with West Bromwich Albion is on sale now!

The Irons kick-off ninth in the table and are looking for a third straight Premier League win after victories over Everton and Burnley either side of an Emirates FA Cup third-round victory at Stockport County.

And, with the 6pm fixture also being screened live in the UK by BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate and across the world by the Premier League's international broadcast partners, 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.

To help fans everywhere enjoy the matchday experience, we have also made a digital issue of Tuesday's Official Programme, complete with enhanced video content, available FREE of charge here.

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In Tuesday's issue, cover star Craig Dawson reflects on his outstanding start to life in Claret and Blue, his determination to keep his place in the team and reflects on his successful time at West Brom.

Former West Ham and West Brom defender Gary Strodder flicks through his West Ham Scrapbook, while 1980 FA Cup winner David Cross, who also played for both clubs, picks his Dream Teammates.

The Evening Standard's Ken Dyer reflects on the managers he has worked under during 40 years of covering the Hammers, including David Moyes and Baggies boss Sam Allardyce, columnist Mark Webster heads down the Added Time Tunnel, Irons legend Tony Cottee pens his regular column, Sid Lambert goes Back to the '90s to pay tribute to John Hartson, and we continue to look back through the Club's 125th history.

There is an in-depth guide to Big Sam's visitors, including the expert opinion of the Birmingham Mail's Joe Chapman, plus, from the gaming world, an update on how the Hammers' Esports stars rate FIFA 21.

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's squad and the Club’s award-winning Foundation, there is content for everyone in the Official Programme!

You can order your copy for just £3.50 each, plus £1.49 postage and packaging*, by clicking here now.

Come on you Irons!

*For UK addresses only. Postage and Packaging £3.14 for Europe/£4.26 for Rest of the World.


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