In case you’d missed the news, tonight is the last ever night that West Ham United will play at the Boleyn Ground.
The Hammers have played at the iconic stadium for 112 years, and they’ll finish their tenure there as they host Manchester United tonight.
Twitter is usually a hate filled place when it comes to football, but the social platform has been a place for users to share their memories of the stadium, using the hashtag #FarewellBoleyn.
Here’s the best of the lot:
— WestHamFCLive (@WestHamFCLive) May 10, 2016
Some remembered the history of the famous old ground:
— Terrace Images (@TerraceImages) May 10, 2016
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) May 10, 2016
Obviously, some couldn’t resist taking the piss:
AND DIER IS IN HERE, DIER ON HIS DEBUTTTT, WINS IT FOR TOTTENHAM #FarewellBoleynAdvertisement
— Ä (@DierStraits_) May 10, 2016
Can't believe I've just had my last bowl of Start cereal before West Ham leave the Boleyn Ground #FarewellBoleyn
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) May 10, 2016
Hearing unconfirmed reports from Sky Sports News that today could be West Ham's last game at Upton Park. More to follow.
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) May 10, 2016Advertisement
But others paid a more sincere respect:
— Soccer St. (@SoccerSt_) May 10, 2016
— Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) May 10, 2016
#FarewellBoleyn my fav memories are my volley against Fulham and my header against rio/man utd…. no better place to play under the lights
— Anton Ferdinand (@anton_ferdinand) May 10, 2016
At work and all I'm thinking about is #FarewellBoleyn tonight 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔
— Muhammed Mustaqim (@mo_whufc20) May 10, 2016
Feels like I'm going to have my first dog put down, knowing it might be for the best but knowing nothing can replace it! #FarewellBoleyn
— Jake (@Jake_Hrachovec) May 10, 2016
And who can forget that goal:
— William Hill Betting (@WilliamHill) May 10, 2016
But Mark Noble, West Ham’s local hero and Captain, summed it up best:
Farewell, Boleyn Ground!