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West Ham FC

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West Ham Football Club was Established in 1895 and the Football Club Nickname is The Hammers.

The Football Club Manager is: Slaven Bilic

The latest West Ham Football Team News from the BBC has been added below:

The Official Website for West Ham Supporters is: http://www.whufc.com

The Contact Details for West Ham Football Club are as follows:

West Ham Football Club
Boleyn Ground
Green Street
Upton Park
London
E13 9AZ

For Corporate Hospitality Please phone – 0208 548 2748

The West Ham Twitter Profile

The Official Facebook Account for West Ham is: http://www.facebook.com/westhamunitedofficial

West Ham Games Fixtures

West Ham Games Fixtures

May-17
  Competition Fixture Date Kick-off Status
Premier League West Ham United V Liverpool Sun 14 May 14:15
Premier League Burnley V West Ham United Sun 21 May 15:00

West Ham Latest News

West Ham United Latest Team News for 2017 – 2018

  • Wed, 17 Jan 2018 10:34:24 +0000: Chelsea open talks with West Ham over signing Andy Carroll on permanent deal - West Ham United | The Guardian
    • Chelsea told they will not be able to get Carroll on six-month loan
    • West Ham want around £20m for striker they bought for £15m

    Chelsea have indicated they would be willing to sign Andy Carroll on a permanent basis and have opened discussions with West Ham.

    The Premier League champions are scrutinising a number of forwards in an attempt to ease the workload on Álvaro Morata and were initially interested in taking Carroll on a six-month loan. West Ham would want around £20m for a player who has 18 months on his £70,000-a-week deal.

    Related: Transfer window January 2018 – every deal in Europe's top five leagues

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  • Tue, 16 Jan 2018 22:35:40 +0000: West Ham’s Reece Burke finds finish to end Shrewsbury’s resistance - West Ham United | The Guardian

    West Ham finally saw off Shrewsbury in added time of their FA Cup third round replay but it took a thumping volley from a rookie centre-half to do so.

    Reece Burke scored his first goal for the club with seven minutes remaining of the added half-hour at a chilly London Stadium. He smashed home Marko Arnautovic’s cutback off the underside of the bar, just when the match looked like heading to penalties without a single goal in either tie.

    Related: Kelechi Iheanacho and VAR help Leicester to FA Cup win over Fleetwood

    Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion
    Peterborough United v Leicester City
    Huddersfield Town v Birmingham City
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    Wolves or Swansea City
    Yeovil Town v Manchester United
    Sheffield Wednesday v Reading
    Cardiff City v Manchester City
    MK Dons v Coventry City
    Millwall v Rochdale
    Southampton v Watford
    Middlesbrough v Brighton

    Bournemouth or Wigan v West Ham
    Hull City v Nottingham Forest
    Newport County v Tottenham Hotspur

    Norwich City or Chelsea v Newcastle United
    Sheffield United v Preston North End

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  • Tue, 16 Jan 2018 22:23:23 +0000: West Ham 1-0 Shrewsbury, Leicester 2-0 Fleetwood: FA Cup replays as they happened - West Ham United | The Guardian

    Kelechi Iheanacho scored a VAR-assisted goal for Leicester, Cardiff booked a date with Manchester City and West Ham needed extra time to see off Shrewsbury

    And with that, I will take my leave. It’s been historic. Bye!

    Fair play @shrewsweb. That was tough.

    It’s over! Reece Burke, a Newham-born West Ham fan, has scored his first professional goal to take the Hammers into round four, where they will meet Bournemouth or Wigan, who replay tomorrow.

    At West Ham, there’s a lot of talk about Stefan Payne’s miss with half an hour of normal time remaining, apparently a wonderful chance.

    63: Big chance for Town after Nolan gets a block in and the ball drops for Payne, he's in behind the West Ham defence and drives for the box, he hits his shot under Hart but the keeper gets enough on it to keep the ball out #salop 0-0

    In other “news”, a player who hasn’t played for nearly three years isn’t going to play again:

    Related: Brazil legend Ronaldinho retires from football, says his brother

    Having made the fans wait for more than 200 minutes for a goal against Shrewsbury, West Ham at least served up a good ‘un.

    What a hit by Burke!

    The ball falls to him in the box and he strikes it so sweetly. It goes in off the underside of the bar! #WHUSHR 1-0 (112)

    A corner is half-cleared, sent back into the box and Burke, on the half-volley, slams it in!

    Ten minutes to play at West Ham, and still no goal.

    “I’ve grown accustomed to reading about VARdy making crucial contributions to Leicester results, but VAR is gonna take some getting used to,” notes Peter Oh.

    Half time in extra time, and it is still West Ham 0-0 Shrewsbury.

    @Simon_Burnton Soon Joe Hart and penalties...."AaggaGGhGhghGhGhghhhh" (Homer drooling)

    Shrewsbury have made a fourth substitution of the evening, bringing on Bolton in extra time – who has just made a goal-saving clearance to deny Lanzini.

    Reading will indeed play Sheffield Wednesday in round four!

    Here’s a match report on Leicester’s victory:

    Related: Leicester and Kelechi Iheanacho benefit from VAR to end Fleetwood’s FA Cup dream

    This is the image that assisted the VAR decision. Blue lines, it turns our, are good. I took my screengrab a moment before Mahrez hit the ball, so the decision was even closer than this appears:

    The decision to award Leicester’s VAR-assisted goal took 67 seconds. Or 1.24% of a standard 90-minute football match.

    Numbers can be very hard to read on stripes, though, hence the blank back. It’s the identical number font and colour, though, that’s really confusing.

    @Simon_Burnton looks like a great victory for awful shirt designs at Reading. Why can’t they have the same design front and back? Or am I getting too old for this?

    Paul McInnes is at West Ham for us tonight, and has the unfortunate task of filing an interim match report for the early editions. It starts thus:

    West Ham United were taken to extra time at the London Stadium by Shrewsbury as their third round tie went into a fourth hour without a goal. Chances were few and far between on a cold East London night and Shrewsbury had the best of them on a rare breakaway. The addition of second half substitutes for West Ham upped the intensity somewhat, but not enough for a breakthrough.

    There will be extra time at the London Stadium, where West Ham still haven’t found a way through the Shrewsbury defence.

    Heading into extra time... pic.twitter.com/uK2wCvIuEI

    Three games are over, and these are the new-look FA Cup fourth-round ties:

    Cardiff v Manchester City
    Peterborough v Leicester
    Sheffield Wednesday v Reading (probably, barring a crazy late Stevenage fightback)

    This is certainly many times clearer:

    Here’s a picture from the first half at Reading. I think from the front it’s easy enough to tell the teams apart, but from the back it’s another matter:

    “VAR at its best” seems a strange turn of phrase, given that us English are only just working out what it looks like. Still, we can consider its intervention tonight to have been emphatically positive.

    VAR at its best. Such a tight call for the naked eye. History made on @btsport #LEIFLE

    Cardiff’s victory now has a cherry on the top, courtesy of Hoilett’s 25-yarder:

    88- That's the pick of bunch. The ball falls for Hoilett 25 yards out and he fizzes a half-volley into the bottom corner. 1-4.

    It looks like Manchester City won’t be coming to Mansfield – but their manager is there already:

    Some other football-related news for you:

    Related: Manchester United make breakthrough in José Mourinho contract talks

    Mention of Liverpool 4-4 Arsenal has got Jonny Mac reminiscing. “I watched that game one afternoon while working for a major record label in New York,” he writes. “I had to get a website finished and launched for a very important artist by 5pm and had the game playing in a small screen on my monitor. Each time Liverpool scored I had to pretend that me punching the air was down to a fix that worked and every time Arshavin scored, my ‘effin’ ‘ell!’ outbursts owed to glitches that were delaying the launch. It all worked out. Happy days!”

    There’s been a hat-trick at Reading! But there won’t be one at Leicester, where Iheanacho comes off, and Okazaki is on. Also on is Jamie Vardy, who replaces Mahrez to great acclaim from fans of both sides.

    An excellent goal - lovely football. A slide-rule pass sets Gunter free down the left, and it's a peach of a cross to allow Böðvarsson to tap in his third from inside the six-yard box.

    For the first time ever in English football, a goal has been awarded as a result of VAR intervention. It was a close decision, but a correct one.

    Another Leicester goal is disallowed: Mahrez runs forward, engages all defenders and slips in Iheanacho to his right, who lifts the ball over the onrushing goalkeeper and into the net, but was offside. The VAR again has to check it, and on TV replays it looks extremely close.

    Anthony Pilkington scores a third for Cardiff, who look all set to book themselves a home date against Manchester City in round four!

    Was Pond fouling Iborra at a Leicester free-kick? The VAR is called upon, and can’t see anything that should convince Jonathan Moss to point to the spot.

    “While following the Sheffield Wednesday v the mighty Carlisle game from British Columbia, I am watching Liverpool v Arsenal on premier league classics,” writes David Marriott. “Arshavin has scored a hat trick and Torres has just scored his second. Whatever happened to these lads? Great game – tell you what, this could end up 4-4.” Well you’ve seen more goals than anyone else tonight. For everyone else, here’s a visual reminder:

    Related: Premiership: Liverpool v Arsenal

    It’s snowing goals in Sheffield, Atdhe Nuhiu doubling Wednesday’s lead.

    Matias with the interception, flicks through for Nuhiu, who cut inside his man and calmly side-footed home #swfcLIVE

    I can’t tell you much about the goal, except that it exists. And that David Hoilett scored it.

    66 - GOAL!!! The #Bluebirds lead again - @jnrhoilett diverted in! (1-2)

    Match Centre https://t.co/B6HJbJtJkp#CityAsOne ⚽️⚽️ pic.twitter.com/EeMWgQTXlG

    Fleetwood bring on Devante Cole and Wes Burns, while McAlany and Hiwula-Mayifula come off.

    Now here’s a thing …

    We have a change at half-time...it's the kit! Reading are warming up for the second half in orange shirts after a clear kit clash caused issues in the first half. Kit men having to earn their crust!

    Not often you see the Royals in anything but blue and white hoops at home... But there's no confusion anymore! pic.twitter.com/rEoUQJv7Hr

    Leicester are rapping on the door, the scent of a second goal in their nostrils.

    Leicester have a goal disallowed – Mahrez passes to Gray, who pulls back to Iheanacho, who sidefoots in, but Mahrez’s pass was overhit and the ball crossed the line before Gray reached it.

    A delay at Leicester, where Benalouane has just gone for a ball that Pond was diving to head clear, and the defender got a boot in the bonce for his troubles.

    Leicester have a fine chance for a second, Iheanacho this time feeding Slimani, whose volley from 15 yards bobbles wide.

    So only West Ham v Shrewsbury remains goalless. Fans there will already be getting excited about a potential bonus half-hour.

    It's now 135 minutes of no goals between #salop and #westham. Tight game tonight and #salop giving as good as they gethttps://t.co/CZLSj5HRa8

    Peeeep! Action is back under way in Leicester, and at all the other 7.45pm kick-offs.

    Jon Dadi Bodvarsson has his second goal of the night, and it sounds splendid:

    Terrific switch from Bacuna to find Gunter on the left - he clipped a ball to the edge of the box and Böðvarsson comes steaming onto it. Powerful header from the edge of the box and it's in via the post! ⚪

    This is impressive. His shots-to-goal stats when he broke through at Manchester City were entirely ludicrous.

    6 - Kelechi Iheanacho has scored six goals in eight appearances in the FA Cup, however this was his first as a Leicester player. Opportunity.

    The half-time whistle blows in Leicester, and though Fleetwood had their moments, the home side lead at the break.

    This was, according to the Stevenage Twitter feed, Reading’s first shot on target. And it’s gone in, from Jon Dadi Bodvarsson.

    “Clearly the Leicester players can’t be arsed,” sniffed Rai Skrupskis, a minute or two too soon. “Neither can I, and I remember us losing three finals in the 60’s and actually attended the 1969 one at old Wembley. It mattered a lot then. Not now. Sad!”

    That is Leicester’s first shot on target, and it’s also their first goal. Slimani plays to Iheanacho, whose first touch brilliantly takes it out of his feet and sets him running, and he bears down on the goalkeeper before popping the ball between his legs!

    Now McAleny sends a near-post header wide. For all Leicester’s possession, Fleetwood have come closer to actually scoring.

    Oooh! Dempsey’s lovely shot from 22 yards is fizzing and dipping and probably on its way onto the bar, but Jakupovic tips it over!

    Benalouane fouls Hiwula-Mayifuila, a really late ankle-cruncher, and is deservedly booked.

    It’s no longer raining in Sheffield, though – it’s snowing.

    Cardiff don’t lead for long, as Rose equalises from close range.

    GOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!

    Meanwhile in Leicester, Mahrez’s shot from that free-kick goes just wide.

    They’re really flying in now! Bruno Ecuele Manga puts Cardiff ahead at Mansfield.

    Mahrez is fouled a couple of yards from the edge of the area, and Leicester have a fine shooting chance. “Meanwhile in Hammerland,” writes Patrick van Ijzendoorn, “the main excitement in the London Stadium is the 4,000 Shrews fans singing ‘Is this a library?’”

    Marco Matias has scored a goal! An actual goal!

    And then Fleetwood break, and McAleny carries the ball from the centre circle before sending a nice curling shot goalwards. Jakupovic has to dive to stop it, but the save isn’t particularly difficult.

    Mahrez sends a terrible cross into the Fleetwood area, but the defender seems distracted and his clearance skews behind. The visitors clear the corner, though.

    A shot! McAleny has a pop for Fleetwood from the edge of the area, and it’s firm and on target, but straight at Jakupovic.

    GOA … What’s that? … Oh.

    10' - DISALLOWED GOAL. @MattyGodden24 nods it in from @joe88martin's free-kick but the assistant rules it out...

    0-0#RFCvSFC

    Fleetwood just had a penalty appeal turned down, after Bell went over int he penalty area. VAR is in play here, but has not intervened.

    So far as I can tell, nothing of note has happened or is happening anywhere. So here’s a picture of it raining in Sheffield:

    As the game has settled down Leicester have taken control, but have yet to turn their massive territorial dominance into clear chances.

    Amartey gets into space on the right, reaches the byline still in space, and crosses straight to the Fleetwood goalkeeper, Neal.

    Including stoppage time, tonight’s 10 teams have between them now played over 500 minutes of FA Cup third-round football without scoring a goal.

    5 mins: Fleetwood are giving as good as they’re getting at Leicester, though the home side we a decent final pass from Iheanacho away from creating a good chance for Slimani a couple of minutes back.

    Peeeeeep! The 7.45pm kick-offs have kicked off!

    Elsewhere in the world of football:

    Related: Mike Ashley says there is no Newcastle bid from Staveley: ‘It’s been a waste of time’

    “I see Geoff Eltringham is the referee at Mansfield today,” writes JR. “About two hours ago I watched the game from Saturday where he completely hosed Middlesbrough and was thinking I’m not sure he should be refereeing any games. Then I found out he used to be a Sunderland season ticket holder so that at least explained his performance. Maybe he just shouldn’t be allowed to ref any games involving Newcastle or Boro?” I daresay he won’t be let anywhere near Middlesbrough for a good while.

    Claude Puel talks to BT Sport:

    I think a cup game is always difficult. Of course the first leg was not a good game, but we played a strong team, powerful, quality. Now we need to be in the fourth round of the FA Cup and I think it’s an important game for us, the squad, and players without game time. It will be important to start with good focus, good concentration. It’s important always to play good football. If we win this game, it will be a good reward for all the team, not just for some players. I think it’s important to keep our focus. We play at home, it’s another pitch, another atmosphere, and I hope of course we can start strong and put it right for the next round.

    The star strikers are on the bench at the King Power: Jamie Vardy and Devante Cole; on BT Sport Uwe Rosler is playing down the importance of his decision to relegate Cole to the bench, and playing up the ability of his stand-ins.

    So PA are getting their game together, and these are the names I’ve been given – I’ll add the rest as they arrive:

    Leicester v Fleetwood Town
    Leicester: Jakupovic, Amartey, Dragovic, Benalouane, Fuchs, Mahrez, Iborra, Adrien Silva, Gray, Iheanacho, Slimani. Subs: Vardy, Albrighton, Hamer, Maguire, Okazaki, Ndidi, Barnes.
    Fleetwood Town: Neal, Jones, Bolger, Pond, Bell, Glendon, Schwabl, Dempsey, Hiwula, McAleny, Hunter. Subs: Coyle, Burns, Grant, Cairns, Sowerby, Cargill, Cole.
    Referee: Jonathan Moss.

    And finally, Reading v Stevenage, which kicks off later than all the other games, at 8pm:

    TEAM NEWS | @Chrisgunter16 captains the side on his 250th Reading appearance this evening...

    Reading: Jaakkola, Gunter (c), Bacuna, Ilori, Blackett, Edwards, Kelly, Clement, Beerens, Aluko, Böðvarsson.
    Subs: Mannone, Evans, McCleary, Kermorgant, Popa, Andresson, Richards. pic.twitter.com/E49wx2oJvt

    TEAM NEWS: Darren Sarll names an unchanged line-up from our draw v @ReadingFC 10 days ago. #RFCvSFC pic.twitter.com/7g7BzQqiBx

    And Sheffield Wednesday v Carlisle:

    Here is our team news v @officialcufc, in association with @Ladbrokes #swfcLIVE pic.twitter.com/dXYijtKgIY

    Your team for tonight's @EmiratesFACup replay against @swfc#cufc pic.twitter.com/fzmpLbLDnI

    Twitter it is, then. Here are the Mansfield and Cardiff teams:

    TEAM NEWS: #Stags make two changes to the side which drew with Cambridge as midfielder @JoelByrom and defender @HaydenWhite7 return to the starting XI in place of Alfie Potter and @AngolLee. pic.twitter.com/JNzOVYB8Ve

    STARTING XI | A strong #CardiffCity side for the @EmiratesFACup Third Round replay @mansfieldtownfc! #CityAsOne ⚽️⚽️ pic.twitter.com/ds8kyx8lJH

    The Press Association, the original and most reliable source of teamsheetly news, don’t appear to have this down as one of their priorities tonight.

    MATCHDAY: The Town side that takes on @WestHamUtd this evening in the @EmiratesFACup replay #salop pic.twitter.com/NHi78DECFR

    | The teams are in! Here's how #ftfc line up for tonight's @EmiratesFACup fixture at @LCFC... pic.twitter.com/LcyGVTarPo

    Team news is rolling in. I’ll collate it all in one place once it has all arrived.

    Tonight's starting XI: Jakupović, Amartey, Dragović, Benalouane, Fuchs, Iborra, Silva, Mahrez (c), Gray, Iheanacho, Slimani.

    Subs: Hamer, Maguire, Ndidi, Albrighton, Barnes, Okazaki, Vardy. #LeiFle pic.twitter.com/gBEpbyVBHv

    .@AntonioMtnez_29 is in for his first start. pic.twitter.com/lzdVNaxNuC

    Hello world!

    Tonight’s FA Cup games, then. You’ll notice that none of the home teams start with a letter that comes before L in the alphabet, while three of the away teams do. Incredible scenes! Also, and not very promisingly, every single one of their first attempts to find a winner ended in a 0-0 draw 10 days ago.

    Related: Leicester and Eldin Jakupovic live dangerously as Fleetwood come close

    Related: Shrewsbury take insipid West Ham to replay on Joe Hart’s return

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  • Mon, 15 Jan 2018 07:52:47 +0000: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action - West Ham United | The Guardian

    Arsenal have hit an all-time low under Arsène Wenger, Chelsea could go for Andy Carroll and Sam Allardyce needs a result

    Chelsea have endured three successive goalless draws for the first time and it is inconceivable the scouting department is not exploring forward options. Something has clearly put them off the pursuit of Alexis Sánchez, whom they courted in the summer. Perhaps they believe he is set upon a reunion with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. Maybe they feel they cannot compete with the financial package Manchester United could offer. Possibly they deem the costs excessive. Yet, if that avenue is blocked, and with Crystal Palace unlikely to entertain offers for Christian Benteke, there remains the possibility Chelsea will explore Andy Carroll’s availability. Antonio Conte had hoped to secure a targetman over the summer and is apparently an admirer of Carroll, for all the 29-year-old’s patchy injury record. Such a move would once have seemed outlandish. Yet times may have changed. Dominic Fifield

    Related: The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

    Related: Ligue 1 referee Tony Chapron kicks Nantes player before sending him off

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  • Sun, 14 Jan 2018 22:30:39 +0000: Chelsea interested in signing Andy Carroll from West Ham this month - West Ham United | The Guardian
    • Striker, 29, would give Chelsea a different option up front
    • Loan deal possible for injury-plagued former England striker

    Chelsea’s eagerness to freshen up their forward ranks could prompt a renewed attempt to secure Andy Carroll from West Ham United before the end of the transfer window.

    The Premier League champions endured a third successive goalless draw, for the first time in their history, against Leicester City on Saturday with fatigue blunting the players’ form. Álvaro Morata has scored only twice in the top flight since mid-November and has gone five games without a goal while Eden Hazard, upon whom this side have come to over-rely, has been substituted in each of the past four games he has started.

    Related: Chelsea take fortunate point from lively 10-man Leicester as fans grow restless

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The West Ham News Archives are as follows:

  • Wed, 28 Jun 2017 15:26:51 +0000: Ex-England midfielder Parker retires - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Ham United | BBC
    Ex-England, Charlton and Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker announces his retirement from football.
  • Sat, 24 Jun 2017 06:20:53 +0000: World Cup winner Arbeloa retires aged 34 - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Ham United | BBC
    Former Liverpool, Real Madrid and West Ham defender Alvaro Arbeloa is retiring from football at the age of 34.
  • Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:55:41 +0000: West Ham's Oxford joins Gladbach - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Ham United | BBC
    West Ham defender Reece Oxford joins German side Borussia Monchengladbach on a season-long loan deal.
  • Wed, 14 Jun 2017 08:00:05 +0000: Premier League fixtures in full - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Ham United | BBC
    Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.
  • Wed, 07 Jun 2017 06:59:41 +0000: Man Utd top football rich list - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Ham United | BBC
    Manchester United overtake Real Madrid as the world's most valuable football team, according to business magazine Forbes.

West Ham Game Results

West Ham Game Results for 2016 – 2017

May-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League West Ham United 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur Fri 5 May
Apr-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 0-0 West Ham United Sat 29 Apr
Premier League West Ham United 0-0 Everton Sat 22 Apr
Premier League Sunderland 2-2 West Ham United Sat 15 Apr
Premier League West Ham United 1-0 Swansea City Sat 8 Apr
Premier League Arsenal 3-0 West Ham United Wed 5 Apr
Premier League Hull City 2-1 West Ham United Sat 1 Apr
Mar-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League West Ham United 2-3 Leicester City Sat 18 Mar
Premier League Bournemouth 3-2 West Ham United Sat 11 Mar
Premier League West Ham United 1-2 Chelsea Mon 6 Mar
Feb-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Watford 1-1 West Ham United Sat 25 Feb
Premier League West Ham United 2-2 West Bromwich Albion Sat 11 Feb
Premier League Southampton 1-3 West Ham United Sat 4 Feb
Premier League West Ham United 0-4 Manchester City Wed 1 Feb
Jan-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Middlesbrough 1-3 West Ham United Sat 21 Jan
Premier League West Ham United 3-0 Crystal Palace Sat 14 Jan
FA Cup – Third Round West Ham United 0-5 Manchester City Fri 6 Jan
Premier League West Ham United 0-2 Manchester United Mon 2 Jan
Dec-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Leicester City 1-0 West Ham United Sat 31 Dec
Premier League Swansea City 1-4 West Ham United Mon 26 Dec
Premier League West Ham United 1-0 Hull City Sat 17 Dec
Premier League West Ham United 1-0 Burnley Wed 14 Dec
Premier League Liverpool 2-2 West Ham United Sun 11 Dec
Premier League West Ham United 1-5 Arsenal Sat 3 Dec
Nov-16
  Competition Fixture Date
EFL Cup – Quarter-Final Manchester United 4-1 West Ham United Wed 30 Nov
Premier League Manchester United 1-1 West Ham United Sun 27 Nov
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 West Ham United Sat 19 Nov
Premier League West Ham United 1-1 Stoke City Sat 5 Nov
Oct-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 2-0 West Ham United Sun 30 Oct
EFL Cup – Fourth Round West Ham United 2-1 Chelsea Wed 26 Oct
Premier League West Ham United 1-0 Sunderland Sat 22 Oct
Premier League Crystal Palace 0-1 West Ham United Sat 15 Oct
Premier League West Ham United 1-1 Middlesbrough Sat 1 Oct
Sep-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League West Ham United 0-3 Southampton Sun 25 Sep
EFL Cup – Third Round West Ham United 1-0 Accrington Stanley Wed 21 Sep
Premier League West Bromwich Albion 4-2 West Ham United Sat 17 Sep
Premier League West Ham United 2-4 Watford Sat 10 Sep
Aug-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Manchester City 3-1 West Ham United Sun 28 Aug
Europa League – Qualifying Play-offs West Ham United 0-1 Astra Giurgiu Thu 25 Aug
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Premier League West Ham United 1-0 Bournemouth Sun 21 Aug
Europa League – Qualifying Play-offs Astra Giurgiu 1-1 West Ham United Thu 18 Aug
Premier League Chelsea 2-1 West Ham United Mon 15 Aug
Europa League – Qualifying Third Round West Ham United 3-0 NK Domzale Thu 4 Aug
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Jul-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Europa League – Qualifying Third Round NK Domzale 2-1 West Ham United Thu 28 Jul
May-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 2-1 West Ham United Sun 15 May

 

 

 

West Ham Transfers

The Latest West Ham FC Transfer News

Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip has been archived below:

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has been working thick and fast to bring in as many quality new players as he can to the Upton Park for the new season after his newly promoted side climbed their way back to the countries top division. Allardyce has many players in his sights for the up coming campaign and the club are now in talks with many clubs regarding possible additions for his squad.

The first notable signing of the summer is the capture of Malian striker Modibo Maiga from the French side Sochaux in a four year deal thought to be worth around four million pounds. The highly rated striker has been on Allardyces radar for some time and the manager seem extremely happy with bringing in a player of his quality as he feels he will provide a great outlet for his team and ultimately goals that could keep them in England`s top flight.

Another player who looks all set to arrive at Upton Park this summer is Southend superstar Bilel Mohsni who is currently on trial at the club. The twenty four year old defender who also has the ability to play as a striker is seen as a great utility player for Allardyce and if the club do sign the player they could achieve this easily for a fee much less than his market value.