The West Ham Way would like to draw your attention to this fantastic book celebrating 112 years of our beloved Boleyn Ground. Joseph Fordham spent a year collecting portraits and personal accounts of fans, co-owner David Gold and ex-players including Sir Geoff Hurst, Tony Carr, Matthew Etherington, Trevor Sinclair and many more.

While being a self-funded project by Joseph, profits generated from the sale of this book will go to The West Ham Way’s supported charity, DT38 Foundation, set-up in memory of the clubs own Dylan Tombides.

“As someone with a soft spot for nostalgia I wanted to make something lasting to mark West Ham moving home. It had to matter not only to me, but be something that others, Hammers fans or otherwise, could relate with too. Being a Photographer with a background in Publishing, making a book seemed like a fitting way to do this. The perfect way to preserve Upton Park and what it meant to so many people.”

Its official release is 12 September and will cost you £20 + P&P. You can purchase the book here – but if you would like any extra information, you can contact Joseph directly at

Remember by purchasing this book, you not only get to reminisce the good and bad times at Upton Park, but you also help fund an incredibly important charity.

The West Ham Way