London Stadium(West Ham United FC):: Ãœber Jahre spielte West Ham United im legendÃ¤ren Boleyn Ground in Upton Park, bis man sich entscheid. Das Olympiastadion (englisch Olympic Stadium) in London war die Veranstaltungsstätte für die . Das erste Spiel von West Ham United im Stadion nach dem Mio. Pfund (rd. Mio. Euro) teuren Umbau wurde am 4. August Alle Infos zum Stadion von West Ham Utd.. Auch historische Spielstätten können ausgewählt werden.
I FA-cupen lottades klubben mot Manchester United och klarade 2—2 hemma men förlorade 0—1 borta. Arenan har varit klubbens hemvist sedan Klubben har en stark rivalitet med ett flertal andra London-klubbar, främst med Tottenham och Chelsea.
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Sidan redigerades senast den 30 september kl. In , the club was relegated to Division Two  and long term custodian Syd King was sacked after serving the club in the role of manager for 32 years, and as a player from to Following relegation, King had mental health problems.
He appeared drunk at a board meeting and soon after committed suicide. The club spent most of the next 30 years in this division, first under Paynter and then later under the leadership of former player Ted Fenton.
Fenton succeeded in getting the club once again promoted to the top level of English football in With the considerable input of player Malcolm Allison , Fenton helped develop both the initial batch of future West Ham stars and West Ham's approach to the game.
Ron Greenwood was appointed as Fenton's successor in and soon led the club to two major trophies, winning the FA Cup in The team was led by the young Bobby Moore.
Also included on the statue is Everton 's Ray Wilson. After a difficult start to the —75 season, Greenwood moved himself "upstairs" to become general manager and, without informing the board, appointed his assistant John Lyall as team manager.
They reached the final by defeating Everton in the semi-final. West Ham were promoted to Division One in , and finished in the top ten of the first division for the next three seasons before achieving their highest-ever league finish of third in —86; a group of players which came to be known as The Boys of However, they suffered relegation again in , which resulted in Lyall's sacking.
Lyall left West Ham after 34 years service. After Lyall, Lou Macari briefly led the team, though he resigned after less than a single season in order to clear his name of allegations of illegal betting while manager of Swindon Town.
Now back in the top flight, Bonds saw West Ham through one of their most controversial seasons. With the club planning to introduce a bond scheme , there was crowd unrest.
West Ham finished last and were relegated back to Division Two after only one season. With Trevor Morley and Clive Allen scoring 40 goals, they guaranteed themselves second place on the last day of the season with a 2—0 home win against Cambridge United , and with it promotion to the Premier League.
With the team in the Premier League, there was a need to rebuild the team. Shortly after arriving at the club, however, he became unhappy, citing homesickness from his native Oxford as the reason.
Bonds in particular found this attitude hard to understand compared to his own committed, never-say-die approach; providing for Bonds' further evidence of the decay in the modern game and modern player.
Assistant manager Harry Redknapp was also now taking a bigger role in the transfer of players, with the club's approval. With rumours of his old club AFC Bournemouth being prepared to offer him a position,  the West Ham board and their managing director, Peter Storrie , made a controversial move.
The board were anxious not to lose Redknapp's services and offered Bonds a place away from the day-to-day affairs of the club—on the West Ham board.
This would have allowed them to appoint Redknapp as manager. Bonds refused the post offered and walked away from the club. We're sad that Bill is going, and it's a big blow but it's time to move on and we have appointed a great manager.
Redknapp's time at West Ham was notable for the turnover of players during his tenure and for the level of attractive football and success which had not been seen since the managership of John Lyall.
Always willing to enter the transfer market, Redknapp bought in the winter transfer window John Hartson and Paul Kitson who added the impetus needed at the season's end.
In , West Ham finished fifth, their highest position in the top flight since Redknapp felt he needed more funds with which to deal in the transfer market.
In June , called to a meeting with Brown expecting to discuss contracts, he was fired. With several names, such as former player Alan Curbishley , now linked with the job, Chairman Brown recruited from within the club,  appointing reserve team coach Glenn Roeder as manager on 9 May Ten seasons of top tier football were over.
The next season, now in the second tier, Roeder resumed his stint as manager. Results were still poor, however, and after an away defeat to Rotherham United , he was sacked on 24 August Reading and their chairman, John Madejski , however, were reluctant to let him leave.
We defended well and we're back where we belong. On their return to the top division, West Ham finished in ninth place,  The highlight of the —06 season , however, was reaching the FA Cup final and taking favourites Liverpool to a penalty shootout after a 3—3 draw.
In August , West Ham completed a major coup on the last day of the transfer window after completing the signings of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano.
The signings of Mascherano and Tevez were investigated by the Premier League, who were concerned that details of the transfers had been omitted from official records.
Following on from this event, Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan , supported by other sides facing possible relegation, including Fulham and Sheffield United , threatened legal action.
In the —08 season , West Ham remained reasonably consistently in the top half of the league table, with Fredrik Ljungberg in the team, despite a slew of injuries; new signing Craig Bellamy missed most of the campaign, while Kieron Dyer was out from August It was a five-place improvement on the previous season, and most importantly West Ham were never under any realistic threat of relegation.
In the —10 season , West Ham started strongly with a 2—0 win over newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers with goals from Mark Noble and newly appointed captain Matthew Upson.
West Ham had a poor season which involved a prolonged battle against relegation. The Hammers reached the semi-final of the League Cup before being eliminated by eventual winners Birmingham City as well as the quarter final of the FA cup before a 2—1 defeat at Stoke City.
Following the loss, West Ham announced the sacking of manager Avram Grant just one season into his tenure. The club finished third in the —12 Football League Championship with 86 points and took part in the play-offs.
They beat Cardiff City in the play-off semi-final 5—0 on aggregate to reach the final against Blackpool at Wembley on 19 May Only 11 away goals were scored, the lowest of the entire league.
In —14 , West Ham finished 13th in the Premier League. Minutes after the last game of the season, on 24 May , the club announced that Allardyce's contract would not be renewed and that they were seeking a new manager.
The team broke several records for the club in the Premier League era, including the highest number of points 62 , the highest number of goals in a season 65 , the least number of games lost in a season 8 and the lowest number of away defeats 5.
The principal element of the badge is the crossed pair of rivet hammers, tools that were used in the shipbuilding industry.
The Blackwall and Canning Town neighbourhoods surrounding the Thames Ironworks echoed to the sound of hammers; steam hammers , sledge hammers and rivet hammers.
Seven large mechanical steam hammers would punch small holes near the edges of the iron plates which would be joined to build the ships. The plates would be put in place and fixed together with rivets by teams of five, three inside the emerging vessel and two outside.
Inside the ship one member of the team would heat the rivets till they were white hot and pass to a second person known as a 'catch-boy' or 'putter-in' who would place the rivet in the hole.
The third person was known as the 'holder-on' and he would then smash the rivet home with a sixteen pound sledge hammer and then use his sledgehammer to hold the rivet in place while the men on the other side flattened the other end of the rivet.
Outside the ship, exposed to the elements, two men with rivet hammers — one right-handed, one left-handed — would hammer the protruding and still glowing rivet flat, so securing one of the many points necessary to link each of the ship's large plates.
The crossed hammers were also incorporating into the coat of arms of the County Borough of West Ham and those of its successor, the modern London Borough of Newham.
A yellow or white tower was added, intermittently, from the s onwards. The manor was reputedly one of the sites at which Henry VIII courted his second queen, though there is no documentary evidence to support the tradition.
There are a number of other factors which may have influenced the inclusion of the stylised castle feature, for instance:.
A shield has been used in many iterations of the club badge, and the shape of the version matches the cross-section on the hull of HMS Warrior ,  the most famous ship built by the Thames Ironworks.
However examining draughtsman's diagrams  of the ship casts doubt on the resemblance between the shield and the ship.
The crest was redesigned and updated in the late s, featuring a wider yellow castle with fewer cruciform "windows" along with the peaked roofs being removed; the tops of the towers had previously made the castle appear more akin to Disneyland 's Sleeping Beauty's Castle than a functioning fortress.
The designer also altered other details to give a more substantial feel to the iconography. When the club rebuilt the west stand of the Boleyn Ground construction finished —02 the "castle" from the redesigned badge was incorporated into the structure at the main entrance to the ground.
A pair of towers were prominent features of the ground's appearance, both bearing large club badges. A new badge was introduced following the end of the —16 season , when the club moved into the Olympic Stadium.
The word "London" was introduced below to "establish the club firmly on the international stage", and the more minimalist approach is to give a "strong statement that is instantly West Ham United".
The original colours of the team were dark blue, due to Thames Ironworks chairman Arnold Hills being a former student of Oxford University.
However, the team used a variety of kits including the claret and sky blue house colours of Thames Ironworks, as well as sky blue or white kit. The Irons permanently adopted claret and blue for home colours in One story suggests that Thames Ironworks right-half Charlie Dove received the Aston Villa kit from William Belton, who was a professional sprinter of national repute, as well as being involved with the coaching at Thames Ironworks.
Belton had been at a fair in Birmingham , close to Villa Park , the home ground of Aston Villa and was challenged to a race against four Villa players, who wagered money that one of them would win.
Belton defeated them and, when they were unable to pay the bet, one of the Villa players who was responsible for washing the team's kit offered a complete team's "football kits" to Belton in payment.
The Aston Villa player subsequently reported to his club that the kit was "missing. The predecessors of Thames Ironworks, Old Castle Swifts , played in pale blue shirts and white shorts as early as Since January West Ham's shirts have been sponsored by Betway.
Martens — , JobServe —07 , XL. The current kit manufacturers, Umbro , have made West Ham's kit from to , and from to the present.
Previous manufacturers have been Admiral —80 , Adidas —87, —15 ,  Scoreline —89 , Bukta —93 , Pony —99 , Fila — , Reebok —07 and macron — I'm forever blowing bubbles, Pretty bubbles in the air.
They fly so high, nearly reach the sky, Then like my dreams they fade and die. Fortune's always hiding, I've looked everywhere I'm forever blowing bubbles, pretty bubbles in the air.
The team's supporters are famous for their rendition of the chorus of their team's anthem, " I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles " introduced to the club by former manager Charlie Paynter in the late s.
A Pears soap commercial featuring the curly haired child in the Millais ' " Bubbles " was well known at the time. The child resembled a player, Billy J.
Beal was known locally for his music and rhyme and wrote special words to the tune of "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" whenever any player was having a good game.
Beal was a friend of Paynter, while Murray was a West Ham trialist and played football at schoolboy level with a number of West Ham players such as Jim Barrett.
Through this contrivance of association the club's fans took it upon themselves to begin singing the popular music hall tune before home games, sometimes reinforced by the presence of a house band requested to play the refrain by Charlie Paynter.
There is a slight change to the lyrics sung by the Upton Park faithful. The second line's "nearly reach the sky" is changed to "they reach the sky" , "Then like my dreams" is also changed to "And like my dreams".
In addition the fans begin a chant of "United, United! The FA Cup version — which contains the original lyrics, and features vocals from the team's then-current players — is always played before home games, with the home crowd joining in and carrying the song on after the music stops at the verse line "Fortune's always hiding".
Like other teams, the team also have a history of adopting or adapting popular songs of the day to fit particular events, themes, players or personas.
Canio to the tune of Ottawan 's " D. Fans gained national attention after giving a torrid time to David Beckham in his first away match of —99 the season after the England midfielder was sent off for a petulant foul on Diego Simeone.
Although it was later revealed that the pub was in South-East London , the heartland of West Ham's greatest rivals Millwall.
The West Ham fans did, however, boo Beckham's every touch of the ball during the game. They have also displayed a particular zeal when it comes to abusing former players particularly those who are perceived to have abandoned the club, or performed some disservice.
However, players such as Joe Cole, Michael Carrick , Rio Ferdinand , Bobby Zamora and Carlos Tevez receive applause and even standing ovations in honour of their contributions during their time at the club.
Joe Cole subsequently rejoined West Ham from Liverpool midway through the —13 season. The origins of West Ham's links with organised football-related violence starts in the s with the establishment of The Mile End Mob named after an area of the East End of London.
During the '70s in particular, rival groups of West Ham fans from neighbouring areas often did battle with each other at games, most often groups from the neighbouring districts of Barking and Dagenham.
The Inter City Firm were one of the first " casuals ", so called because they avoided police supervision by not wearing football-related clothing and travelled to away matches on regular InterCity trains, rather than on the cheap and more tightly policed "football special" charter trains.
The group were an infamous West Ham-aligned gang. As the firm's moniker "inter city" suggests violent activities were not confined to local derbies — the hooligans were content to cause trouble at any game, though nearby teams often bore the brunt.
West Ham have strong rivalries with several other clubs. The oldest and fiercest rivalry is with Millwall. The two sides are local rivals, having both formed originally around local companies, with players living in the same localities.
The early history of both clubs are intertwined, with West Ham proving to be the more successful in a number of meetings between the two teams at the time, resulting in West Ham being promoted at the expense of Millwall.
Later in the s, the rivalry was intensified during strike action which Isle of Dogs -based companies i. In , a Millwall supporter died at New Cross station after falling out of a train during a fight with West Ham fans.
The rivalry between West Ham and Millwall has involved considerable violence and is one of the most notorious within the world of football hooliganism.
The teams were drawn against each other in the second round of the —10 League Cup and met on 25 August at Upton Park. This was the first time in four years that the two clubs had played each other, and the first ever in the League Cup.
Clashes between fans occurred outside the ground, resulting in violence erupting up to half a mile away from the stadium, with serious injuries, include the stabbing of a Millwall supporter, damage to property and several arrests reported by police.
There were also several pitch invasions by West Ham supporters which brought a temporary halt to the game. Millwall were cleared of all charges.
The team and supporters are known as The Hammers, in part because of the club's origins as Thames Ironworks. The capacity of the Boleyn Ground was 35,,  and had been West Ham's ground since They retained the stadium during their transition to becoming West Ham United and were there for a further four seasons before moving to the Boleyn Ground in In February , however, the British Olympic Minister stated that West Ham would not get the stadium, and it would instead be used for track and field.
The proposal was for a stadium with a capacity of 60, which would retain a competition athletics track. The proposal was welcomed by the chairman of UK athletics, Ed Warner, who said, "I think it will feel great as a football stadium and I speak as a football fan as well the chairman of UK Athletics.
I think you'd find West Ham would cover the track in the winter season so it wouldn't look like you had a track between you and the pitch.
There was also a very unusual design regarding the track surface which used turf laid on a wooden foundation which had been raised twelve inches above ground level which would consequently result in a very fast track.
It was described as a well-sprung dance floor matted with a special fibrous substance. The kennels consisted of six ranges totalling over kennels within the two acres of the stadium grounds.
The first meeting took place on 4 August The stadium management brought in a race called the Cesarewitch which gained classic status; the race started over the distance of yards but become a competition for marathon greyhounds.
Early successful trainers were Ken Appleton and Stanley Biss, both of whom had owned greyhounds on Wembley's opening night and subsequently taken out trainers licences at Wimbledon Stadium before joining West Ham.
West Ham won the Derby in with the Wally Green trained Seldom Led and one year later Future Cutlet recorded a second successive Cesarewitch victory setting a new world record of In the track introduced the Cambridgeshire which would stand as the tracks second major competition.
One year later in the track opened a veterinary hospital on site. The stadium was lucky to miss the destruction that many buildings suffered in the immediate area but there were continual closures until Due to war closures West Ham lost the services of Stanley Biss who did not return deciding to stay at Clapton Stadium.
During the same year the GRA decided to move all of the greyhounds out of the Clapton and West Ham kennels and put them in their renowned training establishment at Hook kennels in Northaw.
The Northaw kennels would now house all trainers from Harringay Stadium , White City Stadium , Clapton and West Ham which brought the estate under considerable pressure.
This sale of the West Ham and Clapton kennels brought unease with concerns over the stadia themselves. Dal Hawkesley retired in replaced by his son Peter who was training in his own right at Romford who in turn moved to Harringay replaced by Wilf France.
Sherrys Prince one of the great hurdlers was trained by West ham trainers during his first two Grand National wins in and ; they were John Shevlin and Colin West respectively.
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