NEWS: November at The Breyer Group Stadium

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Leyton Orient Under-18s v Southend Under-18s

Thursday 1November, 7.30pm

FA Youth Cup

The Orient Under-18s are back in FA Youth Cup action this evening with a First Round game against Southend United. The O’s reached this stage with a 3-2 win at AFC Rushden & Diamonds and the winner of tonight’s tie will play either Charlton Athletic or Whitehawk. Tickets are £5 adults, £3 concessions & season ticket holders of both clubs and free of charge for Under-16s.

Leyton Orient v Bromley

Saturday 17 November, 3pm

Vanarama National League

Our popular Football for a Fiver offer returns against Bromley later this month. The last Football for a Fiver fixture against Hartlepool United saw a sell-out crowd at The Breyer Group Stadium and at the time of writing, tickets were selling extremely fast for this game. All tickets are just £5 and you can purchase yours online here.

Leyton Orient v Aldershot Town

Tuesday 27 November, 7.45pm

Vanarama National League

The O’s welcome Aldershot Town to The Breyer Group Stadium towards the end of the month for a Tuesday night game under the floodlights. Currently sat in 15th place, The Shots will be looking to push their way up the league whilst the O’s will be looking to keep up their form towards the top of the table. Tickets can be purchased online here.

Leyton Orient Trust Walking Football

11am-12pm on Thursdays (Over 50s) and Fridays (Over 60s)

Score Centre, 100 Oliver Road, Leyton, E10 5JY

Social sessions take place weekly with the Leyton Orient Trust’s Walking Football teams opposite the stadium at Score Centre. All abilities and new players are welcome. The first session is free, thereafter £3 per player, per session. You can just turn up and there’s no need to pre-register. Sessions take place indoors so please wear appropriate sports clothing and trainers. For more information please click here.

The Greater Game

30 October to 25 November

Waterloo East Theatre

Whilst this play is taking place at the Waterloo East Theatre, the fact that some of its rehearsals have recently taken place at The Breyer Group Stadium is reason enough to mention it once again.

Based on the book They Took The Lead by Stephen Jenkins, The Greater Game tells the true story of the 42 men from Clapton Orient who signed up en masse to fight in the great war. It focuses on the bond of two lifelong friends, Richard MacFadden and William Jonas who met near Newcastle aged 7 before moving to London to play football then enlisting to fight in the Battle Of The Somme with tragic consequences. Tickets range from £19-£22 and you can purchase yours here.