ON THE ROAD: Boreham Wood

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Brief History

The club was formed in 1948 as a merger of Boreham Rovers and Royal Retournez, and is renowned as being a famous non-league club. In 2014-15 they earned promotion to the National League beating Whitehawk in the play-offs.

Did you know?

The Wood finally beat a Football League opponent for the first time, this season in the FA Cup, a late Dan Holman goal earning a win over League One side Blackpool. 


Last Meeting

Orient last welcomed Boreham Wood to The Breyer Group Stadium on January 6th, drawing 0-0. The earlier meeting between the two sides was more eventful as Boreham Wood beat the O’s 2-0, the goals scored by Dan Woodards and Kieran Murtagh.


Luke Garrard played for Tottenham Hotspur in his youth career before enjoying spells at AFC Wimbledon and Boreham Wood as a senior player. He was appointed manager of Boreham Wood in October 2015. Now aged 32, he is one of the youngest managers in the top five divisions.

One to watch

23-year-old forward Morgan Ferrirer rejoined the Wood from Dagenham & Redbridge in February, eight months after originally departing the Club. The former-Arsenal youngster scored 15 goals last season and will be looking to improve his tally in the next campaign.



Boreham Wood moved to Meadow Park in 1963 and has a capacity of 4,500, 1,700 of which are seated. As well as being the ground for Boreham Wood, Meadow Park is also the home of the Arsenal Women and Youth Teams.