West Ham United will move into the Olympic Stadium next season.
The 2015-16 season is West Ham’s final at the Boleyn Ground in London, as they will move to the Olympic Stadium at the start of the 2016-17 campaign.
The Boleyn Ground has been the Hammers’ home since 1904 and is one of the most historic stadiums in England.
The Olympic Stadium, though, is much bigger and will allow more West Ham fans to watch the team in action in person.
Slaven Bilic’s side could even up in the top six or higher, and that is certainly going to be a great way to bid farewell to the Boleyn Ground.
West Ham co-chairman Gold has claimed on Twitter that the year 2016 is the most important in the London’s club history, with former Tottenham chairman Lord Sugar and the fans responding to him on the social networking site.
2016 is the most important year in the history of West Ham Football Club and its fans Happy New Year to you all. dg pic.twitter.com/oV6KyIZ6Wa— David Gold (@davidgold) January 1, 2016
@davidgold David, did you know THE NEW STADIUM is an anagram of WEST HAM UNITED, great isn't— Bob Hunt (@collegeboy162) January 1, 2016
@davidgold more important than the year the club was founded ?— Aidan Connelly (@Aidanconnelly79) January 1, 2016
@davidgold happy new year to you and all your family mr g. and thank you for what you have done for our great club— nigel bunning (@yorkyhammer) January 1, 2016
@davidgold it's up there but it's another chapter in our awesome history.— Graham Cox ⚒ (@orientcox) January 1, 2016