PUBLISHED: 09:00 31 March 2018 Sophie Morton Mike Williams, Stu Ellis, Matt Weston and Matty Woollard with West Ham assistant manager Stuart Pearce and manager David Moyes Picture: Blesma Blesma West Ham are set to champion the work of a Chadwell Heath military charity during today’s match at the London Stadium. Stu Ellis, Mike Williams and Matt Weston with West Ham players Adrian and Pedro Obiang Picture: Blesma The Hammers selected Blesma, which supports limbless veterans, as a charity partner for the season and will use their game against Southampton this afternoon to raise both awareness and money. One of the former soldiers helped by Blesma, Matt Weston, is due to take to the pitch at half time to speak about his story and the help the charity has provided. Matt, who lost both legs and an arm while serving in Afghanistan, also joined three other veterans in visiting West Ham’s training ground at Rush Green earlier this month. Blesma’s associate director of fundrasing, Barbara Warner, said: “Our members had a wonderful day at the West Ham training ground. “As always, the players and staff made us so welcome and we are honoured to be a chosen charity of West Ham United FC.” Supporters can donate £3 to Blesma by texting WHFC86 £3 to 70070.