Meet the committee

West Ham Supporters Club

Chairman - Paul Richman


Paul is a Partner at a firm of West End Chartered Surveyors and specialise in all aspects of Property Asset and Management.

He is a long-standing season ticket holder who also attends several away fixtures each season. 

Paul  ‘grew up’ in the Castle Street clubhouse and have been affiliated with the Supporters’ Club for more time than he would like to remember. He still lives in the locality.

His drive is to see the club into new long-term premises near to the London Stadium, but also to try to save a legacy at Upton Park. 

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Vice Chairman - Andy Read


Andy has been a season ticket holder for over 30 years and attends most games both home and away.  He “sits” in the Bobby Moore Lower with his wife and son. 

In his day job, he’s a tax specialist with a multinational construction company.  

Andy is determined to help the Supporters’ Club find a new permanent venue near the London Stadium but would like to see Castle Street reopened in some capacity to retain a legacy of the Club at our spiritual home.

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Secretary - Donna Heuerman

Donna was instrumental in setting up the Stour Space match day bar to ensure there is a Supporters’ Club presence close to the London Stadium.

She has experience with property management, business development, finance and change management.

Donna is passionate about retaining a legacy in Castle Street but also introducing a permanent Supporters’ Club close to West Ham United.  

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Treasurer - Colin James

Colin is a lifelong supporter of West Ham United and has been a season ticket holder for many years.

He is a business owner, publican and restaurateur who refuses to let the Supporters Club fade and die.

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Social Secretary - Paul Christmas

Paul is a long standing season ticket holder who stepped in to help save the Supporters‘ Club by joining the Committee and providing financial assistance to keep the Club afloat. 

In his day job, Paul is a physiotherapist.