West Ham's London Stadium
The Hammers are preparing to take on Slovenian outfit Domzale tomorrow in their crucial Europa League qualifying second leg tie.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic must ensure his side are ready for tomorrow's crucial Europa League tie
Brady uploaded the below photos to her official Twitter account, and the Hammers fans will be hoping that the impressive looking tunnel can inspire their side to victory:
Players tunnel is now completed. pic.twitter.com/BKwup9VVpP— Lady Brady (@karren_brady) August 3, 2016
One of the walls in the players entrance... pic.twitter.com/MItgouSPqN— Lady Brady (@karren_brady) August 3, 2016
West Ham's new stadium move has generated high levels of expectation, and after their impressive Premier League campaign last term, Hammers fans are expecting even more from their side this season.
With the London Stadium holding a 60,000 capacity, the East London outfit should be able to compete with the biggest sides in Europe due to increased match day revenues. The problem they face is attracting the calibre of player needed to improve the squad, without be able to offer Champions League football.
West Ham co-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold have worked wonders in their time at the club
This upcoming season is a huge one for West Ham, and should they manage to push themselves into the top-four come May, the sky really is the limit for the Hammers.
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