The East Stand
The East Stand is the oldest still in use at the stadium and first opened in 1956 following the Club’s promotion to Division Two. Formerly home to the dressing rooms and club offices prior to the construction of the West Stand, you can get a sense of real history from sitting in this stand. Today it is also home to Leyton Orient Trust’s ‘Fans for Diversity’ hub, a former players lounge which caters for community groups on a match day. Visiting away supporters are also housed in the southern part of this stand, accessible through Entrance D on a match day.