Plaque

(lost) West Ham United Museum

Erection date: 23/10/2002

Inscription

{Beneath the West Ham United crest:}
The West Ham United Museum was opened by Roberta Moore Hobbis & Dean Moore on the 23rd October 2002 in memory of their late father Bobby Moore O.B.E.

Site: West Ham United Football Club (5 memorials)

E13, Green Street, Boleyn Ground

This stadium was demolished in 2016 and we can't find out what happened to the plaques so we have marked them all as lost.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
West Ham United Museum

Subjects commemorated i

Bobby Moore

Footballer. Born Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore in Upney Hospital, Barking, E...

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West Ham United Museum

The museum contains exhibits from the club's beginning in 1895, when they wer...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
West Ham United Museum

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Roberta Moore Hobbis

Daughter of footballer Bobby Moore. She is on the right of the photograph.

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Dean Moore

Son of footballer Bobby Moore, born circa 1968. He had worked in the catering...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
West Ham United Museum

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Bobby Moore

Bobby Moore

The Heritage Foundation website mentions a plaque to him unveiled in 2000 by ...

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John Lyall

John Lyall

John Lyall, 1940 - 2006, manager of West Ham United 1974 - 1989. Sports Herit...

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Ron Greenwood

Ron Greenwood

Ron Greenwood, CBE, 1921 - 2006, manager of West Ham United and England. Spor...

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West Ham Pals

West Ham Pals

{Between the crests of the Essex Regiment and West Ham United:} Dedicated in ...

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