David Gold and West Ham share behind the scenes pictures of new training ground

West Ham co chairman David Gold

West Ham United co-owner David Gold has taken to Twitter to show off the club's brand new training ground.

West Ham co chairman David GoldWest Ham co-owner David Gold

The Hammers brought the curtain down on 112 years of history at their beloved Boleyn Ground at the end of last season with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Manchester United.

And now all eyes have been on their big move to the 60,000 seater Olympic Stadium down the road in Stratford.

The stadium transformation has been moving at a pace in recent weeks and the club has staged two successful matches against NK Domzale in the Europa League and the official opening game against Juventus on Sunday.

West Ham's Olympic Stadium v DomizaleWest Ham's Olympic Stadium

All change for the Hammers

Of less significance to most was the fact that the Hammers have also moved to a brand new training ground facility at Rush Green.

West Ham have been at Chadwell Heath for years but it had become very dated by Premier League standards.

West Ham co chairmans David Sullivan and David Gold before the matchWest Ham co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold

Board wanted better

The Hammers Board made it a priority to improve facilities across all areas and spent millions of pounds to ensure the players have the best facilities possible in the build-up to games.

And now David Gold has taken to Twitter to share behind the scenes pictures of the facilities at the new complex, as have the club's official account.


"Hammers settle into magnificent new Rush Green training ground." Gold said on Twitter.

And West Ham's official account also posted a series of pictures revealing some of the facilities at Rush Green.


West Ham fansWest Ham fans

Hammers fans excited

West Ham fans are excited with all the changes and improvements going on at their club this summer.

But they will be more concerned about the club's progress on the pitch and in the transfer market as Bilic's side look to better last season's seventh place finish and their best ever Premier League points return.

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