Olympic Stadium awaits
It was a fitting send off for the famous old ground before the club moves to its new 60,000 seater Olympic Stadium home later this month and they signed off in the best way with the Hammers coming from 2-1 down to win 3-2 in the last 10 minutes.
The match was covered live as was the colourful closing ceremony which was beamed all around the world.
Upton Park gates
A lasting memory of the Boleyn
With supporters desperate for a lasting souvenir from the famous old ground, the Hammers released a number of initiatives including printing thousands more last game programmes, commemorative ticket stubs and the chance to buy your season ticket seat.
The plastic back and base of the seats are put into a display box and thousands took the club up on the chance to buy a lasting memory.
West Ham's Winston Reid has his own souvenir, the last ever goal at Upton Park
Now the first pictures have emerged on Twitter of some ingenious upcycling of the plastic seat parts.
Train driver and Hammers fan Graham Cox converted his into a chair as did fellow supporter Sean Phillips.
So proud of my chair, I decided to make video pic.twitter.com/M5OE5AhuR8— Graham Cox ⚒ (@orientcox) July 7, 2016