Between 1904 and 2016, the Boleyn Ground was West Ham’s iconic home stadium.
Life hasn’t been that easy for West Ham since they moved to the London Stadium at the beginning of this season.
They’ve struggled for attendance and haven’t been able to recapture the stellar form shown last season under Slaven Bilic.
West Ham ended their 102-year residence at the Boleyn Ground on a high, with a wildly entertaining win over Manchester United.
But Hammers had to kiss goodbye to one of English football’s most famous stadiums.
A stadium that was graced by legendary players like Bobby Moore, Trevor Brooking, Rio Ferdinand and both Frank Lampards has been vacated, and the Irons are beginning a new chapter in their history.
But friends of the Football Shirt Collective, Turf Football, have pitched in with this glorious print to cure your blues.
Here’s what the designers had to say about it:
“The illustration captures the open corner of the ground between the Sir Trevor Brooking Stand and the East Stand.
“The high-rise building that can be seen is symbolic of the stadium’s sense of being embedded within the local East End community.”