West Ham fans will today say an emotional farewell to their beloved Boleyn Ground as the Hammers play their last ever match at Upton Park against Manchester United.
Built in 1904 the stadium has witnessed many memorable and historic moments during its 112 year tenure.
Joint Chairman David Sullivan told WHUFC.com: "I think there will be more tears spilt in one place and in any place in the United Kingdom since Highbury shut.
"There will be more men crying tomorrow night than you’ll see anywhere in the UK."
We take a look at this iconic ground through the years and some of the fond memories it holds for its players and fans.