West Ham United
West Ham United Football Club
Founded in 1895 as Thames Ironworks FC and later rebranded as West Ham United, the club has a proud history deeply rooted in the working-class spirit of East London. West Ham United achieved global recognition when their players Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, and Martin Peters played pivotal roles in England's 1966 World Cup triumph. With an emphasis on attractive and attacking football, the Hammers have entertained fans throughout the years.
Over the years, West Ham United has experienced memorable cup runs, European adventures, and battles for promotion. The club's move to the London Stadium in 2016 marked a new chapter in its history, providing a modern and impressive venue for fans to gather and cheer on their beloved team. West Ham United remains a symbol of resilience, passion, and the enduring spirit of East London, making it a beloved institution in the world of football.