West Ham United are a Premier League side based in London, England where they play at The Boleyn Ground which holds just over 35,000 people. Nicknamed the 'Hammers', West Ham United play in claret and sky blue shirts manufactured by adidas who overtook Macron from the 2012-13 season and are sponsored by Alpari who overtook Sbobet in 2013 as the shirt sponsor. The club's away kit is sky blue with dark blue trim and the third kit is purple with gold and black trim.
West Ham United F.C were formed in 1895 as the works side of the Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company by the company chairman Arnold Hills. When the club became a limited company in 1900 the club name was changed to West Ham United. West Ham play their home games at; Boleyn Ground (Upton Park), Green St, Upton Park, London.
Umbro have issued West Ham with a commemorative shirt for the club's first ever match at their new Olympic Park home ground. With The Hammers christening their new Olympic Park pitch this coming Sunday in a friendly against The Old Lady of Juventus, kit suppliers for the West End club Umbro have [...]
The Hammers reveal their all-new iconic home shirt ready to adorn the club's new Olympic Park home ground. Hoping to creep into the Champions League places this coming season after their impressive campaign last term of finishing seventh place, West Ham and Umbro have unveiled their 2016/17 home [...]
The Hammers incorporate their classic claret and blue within their slick white away shirt for 2016/17. With the passionate East End club of West Ham United moving to their Olympic Park stadium ready for the upcoming 2016/17 Premier League campaign, the Hammers also prepare for their away trips by [...]
West Ham who´s nickname is the Hammers play their home games wearing a strip of claret and blue. The most famous player to don the club colours must have been Bobby Moore who was capped for England 108 times, whilst playing for the club he joined as a schoolboy.
The Hammers can boast other famous past players to pull on the shirt; Billy Bonds, Sir Trevor Brooking, Paolo di Canio, Joe Cole, Rio Ferdinand, Sir Geoff Hurst, Paul Ince, Frank Lampard, Phil Parkes, Martin Peters, Harry Redknapp and Bryan Robson.