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Peterborough Hammers


Player of the Season 2001/02

French wing-back signed initially on a one-month loan spell from Metz as temporary replacement for the injured Trevor Sinclair. The French club reportedly placed a £1.5million price tag on his head at the end of his loan spell. However the Hammers captured “Super Seb” for a bargain £465,000.

Single-mindedly ploughing a furrow up and down the right flank, Schemmel had endeared himself into the hearts of the effort-loving East Enders for his relentless, selfless, never-say-die approach to the Hammers’ cause which won him the “Hammer of the Year Award 2002”  as well as picking up the Peterborough Hammers “Player of the Season 2001/02”

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Peterborough Hammer of the Year 


7th Memorial Michele Cara Tournament

Torneo Internazionale Di Calcio Categoria GiovanissimiRossano

2 - 6 Giugno 2004

Michele Cara Tournament
04_05_06 Michele Cara Memorial

West Ham United's U15 side were invited to complete in the TorneoInternazionale Di Calcio in Italy between 2nd - 6th June 2004.


The Hammers were the only foreign side competing in the Michele Cara international tournament which was held near Bari in southern Italy.


The youngsters reached the final of a tournament that included Juventus and Inter Milan.


The young Hammers lost to Reggina in the final.

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Memorial Michele Cara Tournament



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UEFA Cup 1st Round



West Ham United

Second-leg Plaque

Palermo Pennant trophy cabinet
Palermo trophy cabinet

West Ham's involvement in the UEFA Cup was short-lived already trailing from a Andrea Caracciolo goal from the first leg they lost heavily in the second-leg in Palermo to end their participation in this competition.

Fabio Simplicio bagged a brace, his first a low shot that skidded past Roy Carroll, his second a cool lob over the keeper from David Di Michele's pass.


Di Michele completed the scoring with a powerful shot from close-range to end the scoring on the night 3-0 and 4-0 on aggregate.



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UEFA Cup Pennants



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Bobby Moore Cup

West Ham United v. Villarreal C.F.

Upton Park

9 August 2008

West Ham United and the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK announce a new three-year partnership agreement.


The inaugural game for the new Bobby Moore Cup was played out in front of a Boleyn Ground audience in the prestigious pre-season friendly against Spanish giants Villarreal C.F.


Fittingly it began with Matthew Upson - who was wearing the No.6 shirt for the final time before it was substituted permanently at half-time in memory of Bobby Moore, almost 50 years after the defender made his League debut for the club.


A lively encounter saw both teams earn a share of the spoils a Carlton Cole strike had given the Hammers an early lead after just 80 seconds. However that was cancelled out shortly before the half-time whistle by Santi Cazorla. As a result of the draw the Cup was shared by both sides.

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Bobby Moore Cup trophy cabinet

Bobby Moore Cup

Villarreal gift

Bobby Moore Cup

Gift from Villarreal C.F.

Upton Park

9 August 2008

To mark their visit to Upton Park for the Bobby Moore Cup the Spanish team Villarreal Club de Fútbol presented a gift of a yellow submarine.


Villarreal were founded in 1923, and based in the province of Castellón within the Valencian Community.  


The club is nicknamed El Submarino Amarillo (Yellow Submarine) due to its yellow home kit. The club also see themselves as a low-profile team compared to Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, and Valencia CF, hence a submarine.

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El Submarino Amarillo

WHU v. Villarreal programme


ND Mura 05 (Slovenia)

Friendship Match

Mura Poster
Mura shirt
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Opposition Signed Match Poster & Shirt



International Amateur Soccer Tournament

West Ham United's Academy side were invited to take part in the 4th International Amateur Soccer Tournament - The  Challenge for the Tiffany Trophy Cup in the Washington DC between 27 March - 2 April 2010. The Under-17 competition featured leading Mexican side  Pachuca CF, MLS Soccer club DC United and Northern Capital  Soccer League team Annandale United.



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Tiffany Cup
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The Academy youngsters were undefeated in the Tournament and won the glass trophy by beating American hosts DC United in the Final on penalties.


The score was tied at 2-2 after 90 minutes, the match continued with two ten-minute extra periods. After the first extra period, DC United Academy led 3-2, but, in the second extra period, the Hammers tied the match at 3-3.


West Ham winning 9-8 on penalties to bring the prestigious Tiffany Trophy Cup, the largest crystal trophy cup made by Tiffany & Co back to the Boleyn Ground.

Tiffany Cup

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