Photos: West Ham give stadium update

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	West Ham's co owner David Gold poses outside the construction of the Olympic Stadium.  West Ham have proposed to take over the Olympic Stadium after the 2012 London Olympics

West Ham's new stadium is nearing completion and the club have highlighted the progress by posting pictures on their Twitter page.

West Ham United Vice Chairman Karren Brady during the Olympic Stadium press conference

West Ham United have provided an update on the progress of their new London stadium by uploading a series of photos to the club's official Twitter page.

The Hammers are preparing to take on Slovenian club Domzale on Thursday in the return leg of their Europe League third round qualifying tie, before they host Juventus in a friendly on Sunday, and the stadium finally looks to be taking shape.

West Ham posted this series of pictures to their official Twitter page: 

 

The stadium has certainly come a long way since the start of the summer, with the ground beginning to resemble the feel of a football arena, as the famous claret and blue colours of West Ham adorn the seats.

Upton Park gate - West HamLast season was West Ham's final campaign at their famous Upton Park stadium

Aside from their disappointing failure to recruit a world-class goalscorer thus far this summer, these are exciting times for West Ham fans and the move to their new stadium should enable them to compete with the big boys of European football on a long-term basis.

West Ham manager Slaven BilicWest Ham manager Slaven Bilic will be hoping that the stadium move coincides with further success on the pitch

The excitement surrounding the stadium move has led to heightened expectations from the fans for the upcoming campaign, and they will be hoping that their side's on-pitch performances can match the fine work being done off it in getting the magnificent London stadium ready for the 2016/17 season.

West Ham fansThe new London Stadium will house 60,000 fans

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