LONDON — West Ham started Premier League life at its new home at the London Stadium by beating 10-man Bournemouth, 1-0, on Sunday, with Michail Antonio grabbing the 85th-minute winner.
The winger rose at the far post to head in Gokhan Tore's cross in one of the few chances created in a drab, low-quality match.
Bournemouth had been left a man short eight minutes earlier after midfielder Harry Arter was given a second booking.
West Ham bid farewell to Upton Park — its home of 112 years — at the end of last season to take up tenancy at the stadium that was the centerpiece of the London Olympics in 2012. The team has already played a Europa League qualifier there.
West Ham collected its first points of the new league season.