Most people know it as Upton Park but true fans of West Ham know their team play home matches at the Boleyn Ground. West Ham moved there in 1904. The piece of land that was bought to house the rapidly growing football club was nicknamed Boleyn Castle because of a local myth that Anne Boleyn had lived in a house there. One of her maids who had reputedly died in childbirth is rumoured to haunt the ground to this day.
The first match at the Boleyn Ground was against local rivals Millwall. West Ham won that match 3-1.
The Boleyn pub is a famous pre-match watering hole for West Ham games. It can get rowdy before matches.