West Ham United co-owner David Gold shares what experts have told him about the Olympic Stadium

West Ham United are due to move to the Olympic Stadium next season.

West Ham United co-owner David Gold insists that the acoustics at the Olympic Stadium will be excellent.

Upton Park is renowned as one of the most atmospheric grounds in England, with the noise created making it a tough place for away sides to visit.

There are fears that the the atmosphere at West Ham could be harmed by their switch to the Olympic Stadium.

However, Gold insists that experts have told him that the acoustics at their new ground are excellent.

West Ham are due to move into their new stadium for next season, and tickets sales have already surpassed expectations.

The Hammers have already had to increase the capacity of their new stadium to 66,000 - with great excitement being created by the switch.

West Ham have huge plans for the future, with their new stadium expected to allow them to compete with the biggest clubs in the country.

Gold has made no secret of his desire to make West Ham a side which challenges for the Champions League places, with the future looking very bright at the London club.

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