The distance from the stands to the pitch is a major bone of contention for many fans with the bowl shape of the venue the biggest problem as the stadium was not built with football in mind.
Having signed a 99-year lease many supporters are disillusioned at the prospect of a long-term future at the ground in it's current state.
The club's owners David Sullivan and David Gold also pledged that the move would enable West Ham to spend more on quality players in the transfer market in a bid to compete with the Premier League elite.
But despite record income that has not materialised and fans are so unhappy many are planning to attend a protest march against the owners before the Burnley game next month.
Those fans now have more ammunition against the owners over what they feel are broken promises after an aerial graphic emerged online showing BOTH Upton Park AND Arsenal's Emirates Stadium fitting within the bowl of the Stratford ground.
Taking to Twitter Graeme Howlett, founder of West Ham fan website Knees Up Mother Brown, posted the graphic, saying: "Here's an image of The Boleyn Ground inside The Emirates Stadium inside the Olympic/London Stadium.
"Great sight lines, though. With thanks to PopRobson on KUMB."
Here's an image of The Boleyn Ground inside The Emirates Stadium inside the Olympic/London Stadium.— Graeme Howlett (@kumbdotcom) February 26, 2018
Great sight lines, though.
(W/ thanks to PopRobson on KUMB). pic.twitter.com/utz3hM870V
Howlett's last comment was a clear nod to the club's insistence that the ground had the better sight lines than Wembley.
At the weekend Bein Sports carried an interview with former Hammers boss Slaven Bilic who said the ground "Is not a football stadium."