West Ham United Supporters' Trust
The West Ham United Supporters' Trust is a democratic organisation of supporters, committed to strengthening our voice in the decision-making process at our club. As the Club’s “critical friend” – we wish to strengthen the relationship between WHUFC and us as the fans as well as the many communities the club serves.

Any Old Irons
Run in conjunction with the Premier League and the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA), Any Old Irons is part of the Football Friends programme.
The initiative gives participants the opportunity to connect with other fans and locals in their community, bringing them together for fun and friendship. Those attending can also learn how to stay in touch with their fellow fans and the Club using digital technology. over the age of 65. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-reserved basis.
The Bondholders Committee
The Bondholder scheme was launched in 1992 with the objective to fund the development of the Boleyn Ground. 
808 bonds were sold and the club eventually decided to stop issuing any new bonds within a year. However existing bondholders still enjoy the associated benefits.
Inclusive Irons
We are an independent West Ham fans group attempting to give a voice to all ethnically diverse supporters and people who truly believe in equality.
EVERYONE is welcome! We want to help the club attract a wider fanbase from our local community to embrace the values that Inclusive Irons believe in most which is that West Ham is for all and that together we are truly West Ham. UNITED
Claret Members
A representative on the West Ham United Independent Supporters Committee for the thousands of Claret members within our supporter community.
I will be working alongside the founding members of the ISC and the Club to ensure we have our voices heard. Putting forward any concerns, issues and opinions on matters which directly effect the Claret membership.
Disabled Supporters Board
The Disabled Supporters Board was formed back in 2017 as a stand-alone group when it was identified that significant chunks of the various Fan Groups meetings were being monopolised by disabled issues. We have 15 supporters on the Board, with ages 17 thru to 70 and together we represent a range of disabilities. We have full meetings timetabled across the Season,  meeting with the Club through the year and in between we are regularly in conversation with the Accessibility Team and Supporter Services. In turn we have representation on the ISC and and sit on the Premier League Disabled Advisory Group where we are kept up to date with national campaigns and initiatives. We aim to continue to grow the West Ham United Disabled Supporter community so we can work together to further improve the matchday experience.
West Ham United
Independent Supporters' Committee
Our Members:
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Hammers United
Hammers United is a West Ham United fans group dedicated to improving things for all West Ham supporters young & old.
With your help, we grow stronger everyday.
To find out more about us, please read our Statement and our Constitution
West Ham United Supporters’ Club
The West Ham United Supporters’ Club is the officially recognised Supporters’ Club that was founded in 1947 and is believed to be one of, if not the oldest, football supporters’ clubs in the world!!
Our Match day Bar has exclusive use of The Last Drop right outside the stadium by the big red Orbit! Just a minute’s walk from 2 security entrances! Discounted drinks and live football! What more do you want right next to the stadium security entrances?!!
Away Season Ticket Holders
My name is Sara Page and I am proud to have been elected the Away Supporter representative on the West Ham United Independent Supporters Committee.

If you have any questions or concerns in respect of away matches please drop me a line and I will be happy to discuss them with you so that I may in turn address them with the Club.
Pride of Irons
Pride of Irons is the official West Ham United LGBT Supporters Group. We exist to support LGBT fans, their friends and families. The only requirement for membership is that you support West Ham!
The group was founded in early 2015 after it was perceived there needed to be an LGBT presence within the Club. We want gay football fans (and non-fans too!) to know that West Ham are an inclusive club where anyone, regardless of gender, age, race or sexual orientation can feel welcome and included and enjoy being part of the West Ham family. In the world of women’s football there are openly gay players so why should men’s football be any different?