It’s no secret that our new home is very, very close to being completed.
Today it hosted the end of the Great London run and it’s also going to host a few Rugby World Cup matches later this year.
So it’s no surprise that pictures have emerged today of our new home in all its glory.
There’s obviously some finishing touches still to be done and the club will be making some personal touches to the arena between the end of the Rugby World Cup and our first ever game there next August.
The Guardian were handed exclusive access to inside the stadium and have published photographic evidence of just how amazing the stadium is becoming.
And there have also been some lovely looking aerial shots of the stadium, one of which shows the kind of shadow we’re likely to experience over the pitch on 3pm kick-offs.
Obviously the retractable seating is yet to be finished so we’re still waiting to see what it’s going to really look like inside on a matchday. We’ve been treated to CGI style interpretations, but not the real deal just yet.
Make sure you visit The Guardian to see their exclusive photos and see below a couple of wonderful looking images of the stadium.
It’s going to be heartbreaking to leave the Boleyn Ground, but moving to this amazing new arena is going to be something else…
Olympic Stadium at dawn on Saturday morning pic.twitter.com/O0NI3QhCG2
— West Ham Football (@westhamfootball) July 19, 2015
Likely shadows on the Olympic Stadium pitch. This was taken on Saturday afternoon when a 3pm game would be playing pic.twitter.com/f8LEUQZmjn
— Sean Whetstone (@westhamfootball) July 19, 2015