The hilarious item bought by West Ham fan in Boleyn Ground auction

Upton Park

West Ham United are moving to their new 60,000 seater Olympic Stadium home this summer and are currently auctioning off memorabilia from the Boleyn Ground.

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic celebrates after the match with their coaching staffWest Ham manager Slaven Bilic celebrates after the match with their coaching staff

Hammers fans have been treated this season with the team mounting a serious challenge for the Champions League places.

As well as taking a number of notable scalps home and away, including a historic treble over Liverpool, Slaven Bilic has reinvigorated the East Londoners and with stars such as Dimitri Payet and Manuel Lanzini, the Hammers are playing the 'West Ham way' once more.

The Irons have officially enjoyed their best ever season in the Premier League era and have a positive goal difference for the first time since 1986.

West Ham's Winston Reid celebrates scoring their third goalWest Ham's Winston Reid celebrates scoring their third goal

Hammers said farewell in style

Bilic also masterminded a fitting and thrilling 3-2 comeback win over Manchester United in the last ever game at Upton Park.

And ahead of their big move to Stratford, the club could has now qualified for the Europa League after the Red Devils beat Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final.

The emotion and excitement of the Farewell Boleyn season is clearly getting to one West Ham fan, though.

General view before the matchGeneral view before the match

'Someone has bid £50 for this?!'

The club is currently in the process of auctioning off items from around Upton Park to interested supporters, as detailed on West Ham's official website.

And a tickled Dave Sullivan, son of Hammers co-owner David, took to Twitter to share his disbelief at one of the items purchased.

He said: "Lol, someone has bid £50 for this?"

According to whufc.com, the club’s did intend to display 'every movable item of Boleyn Ground memorabilia at their new home but the sheer volume rendered that impossible.

After consulting fans, former players and their relatives, the Hammers decided to select more than 200 of the most cherished items from the Boleyn Ground to make the move to the new Stadium.

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