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West Ham’s fans had to have an armed police escort into the war shattered city of Magdeburg. High ranking police officials worried in case any West Germans had hidden in one of the five West Ham coaches, they followed each of the coaches down the autobahn and into the city.
Every car, lorry and coach was checked and a traffic jam began building up as police officials, armed with Lugar pistols searched luggage racks, seats and boots for any defecting Germans.
The fans were delayed for nearly 4 hours at the East-West German frontier while heavily armed German police checked and counter checked passports.
The first match in which Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters all played together for the Hammers was against Cardiff City at Ninian Park on 23 April 1962. West Ham lost the game 0-3
West Ham United's 27 Successive European scoring games:
1964-65 European Cup Winners Cup
Barcelona by scoring in their 28th successive European match against BATE Borisov (Belarus) 4-0 in the 2011-12 Champions League, have beaten a 30-year-old record - set by West Ham United (from September 1964 to October 1980)
The gate was 27,590 and receipts £10,600 – a ground record.
Spartak had eighty fans flown over from Prague to cheer them – the first time Czech supporters have been allowed to leave their country.
SPARTAK PRAHA SOKOLOVO (Czechoslovakia)
First Round - 1st Leg:
Upton Park 2-0
25 November 1964
Prime Minister Mr. Harold Wilson sent a telegram of congratulations to Hammers and First Secretary of State Mr. George Brown – a keen Hammers fan – was guest of honour at the banquet held after the game. West German Chancellor Dr. Ludwig Erhard had a TV set specially installed in his chauffeur-driven car so he could follow the Eurovision transmission.
West Ham Supporters’ Club made history by taking their own programmes with them. “We have always had so much trouble getting programmes aboard we thought we would have our own printed”, said secretary Syd Russell.
First Round - 2nd Leg:
Karaiskaki Stadium 2-2
1 December 1965
1 F.C. MAGDEBURG (East Germany)
Second Round - 2nd leg:
Ernst - Grube Stadion 1-1
16 March 1966
The East German club started the season called Aufbau Magdeburg but during Germany's mid-season break, and from the turn of the year they changed their name to 1st F.C. Magdeburg
EINTRACHT FRANKFURT (West Germany)
Semi~Final 1st leg: Wald Stadium 1-2
31 March 1976
Eintracht Frankfurt published an eight-page newspaper before each First Team match, in which appears the team line-ups plus general information about club affairs.
The newspapers were issued upon admission to the match only and were not available outside the ground. Travelling supporters who went with Camkins were given copies.
DINAMO TBILISI (U.S.S.R.)
Third Round - 2nd leg (Dinamo Stadium) 1-0
18 March 1981
West Ham had a limited Replica copy of the Tbilisi programme printed. The programme had the same content as the original but there were colour changes within.
Over-stamped on reverse "W.H.U.F.C. REPLICA COPY"
1975-76 European Cup Winners Cup
1st Round 1st leg: La Gantoise 0-1 West Ham United (Boyce)
1st Round 2nd leg: West Ham United 1-1 La Gantoise (Byrne)
2nd Round 1st leg:West Ham United 2-0 Spartak Prague (Bond, Sealey)
2nd Round 2nd leg: Spartak Prague 2-1 West Ham United (Sissons)
Quarter Final 1st leg: Lausanne 1-2 West Ham United (Dear, Byrne)
Quarter Final 2nd leg: West Ham United 4-3 Lausanne
(Dear 2, Peters, Tacchella [og])
Semi-Final 1st leg: West Ham United 2-1 Real Zaragoza (Dear, Byrne)
Semi-Final 2nd leg: Real Zaragoza 1-1 West Ham United (Sissons)
Final Wembley: West Ham United 2-0 TSV Munich (Sealey 2)
1965-66 European Cup Winners Cup
1st Round 1st leg: West Ham United 4-0 Olympiakos
(Hurst 2, Byrne, Brabrook)
1st Round 2nd leg: Olympiakos 2-2 West Ham United (Peters 2)
2nd Round 1st leg: West Ham United 1-0 FC. Magdeburg (Byrne)
2nd Round 2nd leg: FC. Magdeburg 1-1 West Ham United (Sissons)
Semi-Final 1st leg: West Ham United 1-2 Borussia Dortmund (Peters)
Semi-Final 2nd leg: Borussia Dortmund 3-1 West Ham United (Byrne)
1980-81 European Cup Winners Cup
1st Round 1st leg: Lahden Reipas 2-2 West Ham Utd (Brooking, Bonds)
1st Round 2nd leg: West Ham Utd 3-0 Lahden Reipas (Robson, Holland, Jennings)
2nd Round 1st leg: Ararat Erevan 1-1 West Ham United (A Taylor)
2nd Round 2nd leg: West Ham United 3-1 Ararat Erevan (Paddon, Robson, A Taylor)
Quarter Final 1st leg: Den Haag 4-2 West Ham United (Jennings 2)
Quarter Final 2nd leg: West Ham United 3-1 Den Haag (A Taylor, Lampard, Bonds)
Semi-Final 1st leg: Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 West Ham United (Paddon)
Semi-Final 2nd leg: West Ham United 3-1 Eintracht Frankfurt (Brooking 2, Robson)
Final Heysel Stadium Belgium: Anderlecht 4-2 West Ham United (Holland, Robson)
1st Round 1st leg: Castilla 3-1 West Ham United (Cross)
2nd Round 2nd leg: West Ham United 5-1 Castilla (Cross 3, Pike, Goddard)
2nd Round 1st leg: West Ham United 4-0 Politehnica Timisoara
(Bonds, Goddard, Stewart (p), Cross)
2nd Round 2nd leg: Politehnica Timisoara 1-0 West Ham United
Second Round - 1st Leg:
Upton Park 1-2
5 April 1965