Redeveloping West Ham's stadium

Redeveloping West Ham's stadium

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Caption: Rebuilding West Ham United's Stadium, aerial view. This stadium, officially called the Boleyn Ground but more commonly known as Upton Park, is located in Newham, east London, UK. It has been the home of West Ham United Football Club since 1904. The ground has been extensively modified since then. At the time of this photograph, a new stand was being built (centre left) and the entire pitch was later moved over to a more central position. The work was completed in 2001, giving the stadium a capacity of over 35,500.

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