Boleyn Ground (1904 - 2016)

West Ham United
Boleyn Ground (1904 - 2016)Boleyn Ground (1904 - 2016)

Name: Boleyn Ground (1904 - 2016)

Capacity: 35 647

Opended: 1904 (reconstruction: 1944, 1993, 1995, 2002)

Field dimensions: 105 x 68 meters

Price of construction: ?


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Map of the stadium


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