Green Street, London

Green Street, London

Green Street, London

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Green Street is a road in the London Borough of Newham, England. There is an official website for this road.

The southern portion is the location of the Boleyn Ground, home to West Ham United. At the nearby intersection with Barking Road, there is a Champions statue commemorating West Ham's players who helped win the 1966 World Cup: Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters.Near Upton Park tube station, the road becomes a regional centre for retail in food, jewellery, fabrics and the location of Queens Road Market. The road has an array of shops specialising in primarily Pakistani goods, catering to those with strong cultural and familial ties to Pakistan. The street has a smaller yet prominent Afro-Caribbean community culture, reflected in its several food stores specialising in Caribbean and African foods.

There is a very large Pakistani Muslim population who lives in the area.Many Muslims of the area follow Sunni Islam Deobandi and Salafi traditions of Pakistan.

Green Street was originally a trackway lying between the manors of East Ham and West Ham. Until 1965 it formed the boundary between the County Borough of West Ham and the County Borough of East Ham.

The upper portion approaching Forest Gate was at one time called Gypsy Lane.

A 2005 film about football hooliganism is entitled Green Street.


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