The Boleyn Ground, more commonly referred to as Upton Park due to its location in Upton Park, London is the football stadium of West Ham United. Upton Park has been an all-seater stadium since the early 1990s, after professional clubs had to meet new FA regulations for stadium safety after the Hillsborough Disaster in 1989. Upton Park has four main stands, which are named The Sir Trevor Brooking Stand, The Bobby Moore Stand, The East Stand and The West Stand. The stadium has a total capacity of 35,333 all seated
From the North & West:
Take the North Circular (A406) to the A124 (East Ham). Then on Barking Road for approximately 1.5 miles until you approach the traffic lights on cross-roads. Turn right into Green Street & the ground is on the right hand side.
From the East:
Use the A13 (signposted London). Then at cross-roads turn right A117. In 0.9 miles at cross-roads turn left into Green Street for West Ham United FC.
From the South:
Use the Blackwall Tunnel and the A13 to Canning Town. Then follow the signs East Ham A124. In 1.7 miles turn left into Green Street for West Ham United FC.
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Station Upton Park on the District Line