Date: 12th May 2016 at 3:49pm
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West Ham ended their 112 year stay at the Boleyn Ground in style on Tuesday night, defeating Manchester United 3-2 in a game that Hammers fans will never forget. 

In the build up to the final home game, Copa 90 caught up with some West Ham fans to get their verdict on the final ever Boleyn game and what the ground means to them.

It’s fair to say that the stadium is going to missed by West Ham supporters everywhere but there is also a real sense of excitement as the Hammers prepare to move into the new state of the art Olympic Stadium in Stratford.

The video includes footage of the last ever ‘Bubbles’ sung at Upton Park in what was a very emotional closing ceremony for the famous ground.

Relive the great occasion by watching the video below: