West Ham are one of England’s most loved clubs and were formed in 1895 before reforming to the club we know today.
West Ham are the only English side to have never won the first division title as well as never be in a league lower than the second tier!
The ‘Hammers’ are more known for being a cup team and have won the FA Cup three times, the last in 1980.
The club’s only European honour came in 1965 when they won the European Cup Winners’ Cup. They beat 1860 Munich 2-0 in the final thanks to two goals from Alan Sealey.
When England won the World Cup in 1966, three of the most important members of the squad were West Ham players. Captain Bobby Moore and the two scorers in the final – Martin Peters and hat-trick hero Geoff Hurst plied their trade at Upton Park!