West Ham United football club and London Stadium have revealed they are currently exploring some changes, which they will improve the welfareof supporters and the atmosphere of the stadium.

This changes will occur in the Sir Trevor Brooking and Bobby MooreStands, by reducing the space between the goal and the stands. Thereby bringing fans closer to the action.

West Ham made the move at the beginning of the 2016/17 season. The stadium was originally built for the 2012 Olympics, and retains the ‘London stadium’ tag. Fans have argued for the distance of the pitch from the stands as the reason for the atmosphere generated in the stadium.

The Hammers have informed season ticketholders who currently sit in those areas on match days, to inform them of the change in arrangements.The West Ham Official Supporters’ Board are reportedly reviewing the proposals with a nod likely.

The announcement on the club’s website, stated that the proposed concept will see the lower tiers of the stands squared-off to represent a more traditional football ground behind either goal. Giving them more glimpse of action and see goals from players like Marco Arnautovic who recently signed a new deal, Javier Hernandez who’s his expecting a baby from his partner, and Brazillian sensation Filepe Anderson amongst othersmore clearly.

“The club stated that the change will increase the availability of the stadium “ for events throughout the summer, while reducing the costs ofmulti-use venue, Potential “summer uses and running “ costs aside.

Lyn Garner, the chief executive London Legacy Development Corporation, said they are pleased to have a proposal which brings fans closer to the pitch which they know is something the supporters and the club wants. He said the atmosphere at the Stadium has been fantastic this season and the changes will help build on that momentum.