Sunday sees West Ham United play their final match at London Stadium in the 2016/17 Premier League season, hosting Champions League-chasing Liverpool at 2:15pm.
The Hammers collected a major scalp in their last fixture at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park venue, beating Tottenham Hotspur on a floodlit Friday night. Liverpool are still very much in the hunt for a top four finish, sitting third in the Premier League table, but with Arsenal and Man City below them with a game in hand, Jurgen Klopp's men will know the importance of three points on Sunday.
With the match sold out, if you're attending London Stadium for the fixture, make the most of your trip with our information guide...
Hours of play:
Kickoff between West Ham United and Liverpool is scheduled for 14:15, with London Stadium opening the turnstiles for supporters 90 minutes ahead of the match, at 12:45.
Supporters can take advantage of early access drinks discounts inside London Stadium, available for those entering the ground before 13:15.
Hospitality guests for the fixture can enjoy entry to London Stadium one hour earlier, from 11:45.
West Ham have been something of a bogey team for Liverpool of late, the Hammers collecting three points in both fixtures last season, as well as securing a 2-2 draw at Anfield earlier in this campaign.
Slaven Bilic praised the performance of his side against Tottenham Hotspur, as well as celebrating his side's upturn in form at London Stadium.
"Talking about our home performances, we definitely improved a lot across our last six, seven or eight games," he said.
"Since the start of 2017, I remember the home games improving a lot, and there were only a couple of games against Manchester City in the cup and league that were not good.
"We lost some games, like against Leicester, but we were really good. I'm not talking about the results, only, but about the performances too and they have improved a lot."
Travelling to London Stadium:
London Stadium is located within Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and benefits from the capitalâ€™s finest transport links.
Weâ€™re proud to call Stratford our home with unsurpassed transport links from Stratford, Stratford International, Pudding Mill Lane and Hackney Wick stations.
Expect to be welcomed on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park by our friendly stewarding & volunteering teams, who will aid you in making your way to London Stadium.
The West Ham United Shuttle Bus Service will be in operation for disabled guests as normal.
For more information relevant to your mode of travel,Â follow this link for specific instructions relating to train & tube, bus, bike, car & motorcycle, taxi & plane
Away fans travelling by supporters' coaches, to reach London Stadium after being dropped in the coach parking, follow the footpath around Pudding Mill Lane DLR station, before continuing under the railway bridge and walking north, under the greenway toward the away seating at the Stadium.
Members of our stewarding team will be on-hand to direct you toward the Stadium.
Home fans can collect tickets from the West Ham United ticket office, located on stadium island, while away tickets can be collected from the Northern Ticket Office. Tickets for this match are sold out, with limited returned seats available via West Ham United's ticket exchange.Â Find out more information here.
Baby Changing Facilities
Baby changing facilities are available on each level of London Stadium. On an event day, simply ask one of our friendly stewarding team for the closest baby change location to your seat.
Lost & Found
Please report all lost or found property to the nearest member of staff at London Stadium. If you are no longer at the venue, please email our customer services team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any found items will be kept for two weeks, before being discarded.
London Stadium is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Accessible seating is available on each level at London Stadium, including: aisle seats, seats with few or no steps nearby, seating which have nothing directly in front of them, and those closest to toilet facilities.
Numerous rest areas and benches are located across Stadium Island and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Members of staff from West Ham Unitedâ€™s accessibility teams will be on hand and proactive at London Stadium, as well as providing support on key routes in and out of the venue.
Kindly note that if you have your own wheelchair, it will be left in designated areas at the ownerâ€™s risk.
Five windows at the West Ham United ticket office are at accessible height for wheelchair users, and use induction loops to support visitors using hearing aids.
Assistance dogs are welcome into London Stadium, and can stay in wheelchair bays. Kindly note that any assistance dogs must remain with their owner at all times.