West Ham are a club in crisis on and off the pitch with fans angry at the board and even at each other's throats over the on-off protest march which had been planned.
Fans feel promises over the stadium have been broken with the distance from the pitch, retractable seating solution and general matchday experience the major bones of contention.
It is part of the club's efforts to mark the 25th anniversary of the passing of England World Cup winning captain Moore.
A series of exhibitions and events will pay tribute to the Hammers' greatest-ever player and captain, who died after a battle with bowel cancer in February 1993, aged just 51.
One of the biggest complaints from supporters has been that the London Stadium feels cold, soulless, grey and does not feature enough of the club's livery and the famous claret and blue.
West Ham's official website has announced that a free exhibition of memorabilia relating to Moore’s life and career will be available on the lower ground floor of the Stadium Store and will include shirts, medals and many more unique and historic items.
But it is the four new Bobby Moore displays installed on the London Stadium concourse which comes as a direct attempt to appease supporters' matchday experience.
The club is also asking fans to arrive early as a minute’s applause is being held during which supporters in the East Stand will be invited to create a mosaic in tribute to Moore.