On Saturday 19th January 2022, ahead of West Ham United's 12:30pm kick off against Newcastle United, members of Pride Of Irons were joined by pop icon Holly Johnson and the UK's most prominent human rights activist Peter Tatchell to protest for better rules around who can buy into English football.
By Jim Dolan - Co-Chair On Wednesday 1st December 2021 we face Brighton at home for what will be our Rainbow Laces fixture for this season. The last time West Ham faced Brighton at the London stadium with fans present was 1st February 2020. West Ham had only recently reinstated David Moyes as manager and … Continue reading Risking It All For “Banter”
If you've read about the build up to the Rainbow Laces campaign, you're probably wondering "So what happened next?". Well here it is: We start on Saturday 24th November - the day of that unfortunate 0-4 home loss to Manchester City - when nine Pride Of Irons members descended upon the London Stadium at 10:30am … Continue reading Rainbow Laces – The Campaign
Another year and another Rainbow Laces campaign complete and once again there is so much to talk about, but first, what is Rainbow Laces all about? The campaign is run but Stonewall; the UK's premier LGBT charity and aims to make sport welcoming and accessible to everyone. By wearing Rainbow Laces in their shoes, sportspeople … Continue reading Rainbow Laces 2018 – The Lead Up…
You Can’t See Us Holding Hands On Friday night West Ham travelled away to Brighton and Hove Albion where we suffered a dejecting 1-0 defeat. Despite playing the better football and having plenty of chances to equalise, we just couldn’t break through their 11 men and so the Hammers’ travelling faithful all returned home disappointed. … Continue reading You Can’t See Us Holding Hands