MATCH PACK: Bromley (H)

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As mentioned earlier this week, home tickets for this game have SOLD OUT. There will be no tickets available for sale on the day, so please do not travel without a match ticket or you will unfortunately be disappointed.

This match is also ALL-TICKET for Bromley fans. Bromley confirmed earlier today that they had SOLD OUT of their away allocation.

Collecting tickets? Any fans (Leyton Orient or Bromley) who have ordered tickets for collection can visit our white ticket collections booth adjacent to our West Stand ticket office on match day.

After a cloudy start, Saturday is forecast to be a bright and sunny day with highs of 9°C. Make sure you visit our Club Superstore pre-match for a wide selection of club tops, jackets and scarves to keep you warm during the game.

Fan Zone
Fans attending this Saturday’s Football for a Fiver home game against Bromley can take advantage of our new Fan Zone. Located at Score Centre on Oliver Road, opposite the West Stand, our Fan Zone will include indoor and outdoor patio space, comprising food from our match day caterers British Event Catering, a licensed bar, live music and more.

The Fan Zone will open at midday on Saturday to anyone with a valid match ticket for the game or seasonticket and entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, please click here.


This Saturday is our closest home game to Remembrance Sunday. The O’s will be wearing their commemorative fourth kit, featuring the iconic red chevron design, which is a nod to the Club’s role in World War I when they were the first English club to sign up en-masse. 41 players and staff enlisted and three players – Richard McFadden, Willie Jonas and George Scott – were killed in action.

The two teams will be led out by three representatives with wreaths, all of which will bear the badge of the Middlesex Regiment, as those from Clapton Orient served in the 17th Middlesex. The Last Post will be played and there will then be a minute’s silence prior to kick-off.

Match Day Timetable
10am – West Stand ticket office and Club Superstore opens
11am – Leyton Orient Supporters Club bar opens
12pm – Fan Zone opens
12.30pm – Main Reception and E10 Hospitality opens. East Stand shop opens.
1pm – Q2W Tommy Johnston South Stand turnstiles and bar open
1.30pm – All other turnstiles open.
2pm – Team news announced on social media
2.20pm (approx) – Teams come out to warm-up
2.30pm – Final orders in the Fan Zone
2.45pm – Fan Zone closes
2.45m (approx.) – Teams return to changing room
2.53pm (approx.) – Teams enter pitch, led out by three wreath bearers
2.56pm (approx.) – The Last Post
2.58pm (approx) – One Minute Silence
3pm – Kick Off
3.45pm (approx) – Half Time
4.45pm (approx) – Full Time

Find your way around
Use our stadium map to help you navigate your way around The Breyer Ground Stadium on matchday.


Pre-match food & drink inside the stadium

There are bars and refreshment kiosks located in each stand at The Breyer Group Stadium, serving a range of products pre-match and at half time, plus additional popup catering units in busy areas. These include hot food – including burgers, hot dogs and pie & mash – confectionary and hot and cold drinks. Please note alcohol can only be consumed in the bars and cannot be taken to your seat. You can pay for your food and drink by cash or card inside the stadium.

Getting to The Breyer Group Stadium
Address: The Breyer Group Stadium, Oliver Road, Leyton, E10 5NF

By Rail:
London Underground
The nearest London Underground station to the stadium is Leyton, which is located on the (red) Central line. It is just one stop from Stratford, which has connections to the Jubilee line, TFL Rail, Docklands Light Railway, London Overground and various National Rail services.

Leyton is an 11 minute journey by Tube from London Liverpool Street and is also easily accessible from other London mainline stations such as Kings Cross St Pancras, Euston, Waterloo, Victoria and Paddington. Click here to visit Transport for London’s Journey Planner.

Walking to The Breyer Group Stadium will take approximately 10 minutes. Upon exit from the station turn right out of the station and follow Leyton High Road until Coronation Gardens is on your left. Turn down Buckingham Road after the park and the ground will be in front of you.

London Overground
Leyton Midland Road is approximately a 15 minute walk from the stadium. From Leyton Midland Road, turn left towards Leyton and continue down the High Road past Leyton County Cricket Ground until you reach Windsor Road. Turn down Windsor Road and the ground is in front of you.
By car:
For satnavs please use the postcode E10 5NF

Please note there is unfortunately no public parking available at The Breyer Group Stadium. Being located in a highly residential area, there is also extremely limited parking in the immediate area around the stadium. Many surrounding roads are for permit holders only and there are limited parking options elsewhere. If you do intend to drive to the match, please take care to avoid penalty fines when parking by reading signage and by not blocking local residents.

From North:
Exit M25 at junction 27 and follow signs to `London (NE), M11′ onto the M11 southbound. After 7.1 miles where the road divides, bear right (s/p A406 N. Circ. Rd West, London N and W) onto the North Circular Road. Keep in left hand lanes and take first exit after 0.6 miles (s/p Walthamstow and City A104, then Whipps Cross A104, West End (A503).
At roundabout turn left (s/p Whipps Cross, Bakers Arms, Walthamstow A503) into Woodford New Road A104. At next roundabout (Whipps Cross) after 1.2 miles, take 2nd exit (s/p A104 Bakers Arms, Leyton) and follow road round to left, towards BP station, into Lea Bridge Road. After 0.5 miles, just after Esso station, turn left at lights (s/p Leyton, Stratford, then Leyton Leisure Lagoon) into Leyton Green Road. Filter left after 0.3 miles and turn left at T-junction into Leyton High Road. After 1.2 miles ground is down sidestreets on RHS.
From South/South-East via Blackwall Tunnel:
When driving out of the Blackwall Tunnel, continue on A102 following signs to `Stratford, Dalston’. Remain on the A102/A106 for 4.2 miles, following signs for Leyton, passing New Spitalfields Market and over a bridge. At lights just after Car Superstore, turn left into Oliver Road.
By bus:
Bus no’s. 58, 69, 97 and 158 run along Leyton High Road. Please click here for further route information from Transport for London.
By taxi:
If you are looking for a friendly, reliable taxi service on match day then we recommend Goldline, London’s premier minicab service. Call them on 020 8555 5555 or download their app at

By foot:
We all know that we need to get at least 30 minutes of exercise a day to keep healthy, so why not save some cash on public transport and walk to the game? For a personalised walking route from your home to The Breyer Group Stadium please visit

By cycle:
Why not avoid the crowds and queues by cycling to the match? The Breyer Group Stadium is fully accessible by bicycle and with Waltham Forest being part of the Mini Holland Scheme, it has an extensive and growing cycle network, focusing on quiet streets and traffic-free paths. Three miles is an easy cycle ride which will take most people around 20 minutes and with Walthamstow, Stratford and Hackney all being under this distance, it’s easier than you think. To plan a cycle route, please click here.

Once you arrive at The Breyer Group, there is a range of cycle parking available around the stadium provided by Mini Holland who have recently installed a large number of bike racks outside the Score Centre, opposite the West Stand where the club superstore and ticket office is located.

Not going to the game?
If you’re unable to attend Saturday’s game you can listen live to Ozone commentary online or follow our live feed on Twitter. We’ll also have updates and reaction to the game on our Facebook and Instagram channels.

Don’t forget to check-in to The Breyer Group Stadium on Facebook with your friends and family when you get here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What time does the Club Superstore and West Stand ticket office open?
A. 10am

Q. What time will the turnstiles be open?
A. The Q2W Tommy Johnston South Stand will be open at 1pm while the other stands will be opening at 1:30pm

Q. Where do I enter the ground?
A. Please enter the stadium via the entrance marked clearly on your ticket. There is a stadium map on the back of your ticket or alternatively there are maps situated around the ground.

Q. How much is a programme?
A. You can purchase our match day magazine, E10, from around the ground for £3

Q. Can I pay by card?
A. You can pay on card at the club superstore, ticket office and at our catering units at The Breyer Group Stadium. You cannot, however, pay by card on the turnstiles.

Q. Where is the nearest ATM to the ground?
A. There are ATMs located at Tesco Metro and Sainsbury’s Local, both of which are located on Leyton High Road, a few minutes’ walk from the stadium.

Q. What if I have questions on the day?
A. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to speak to a steward or any member of staff. They will be happy to help you.

Q. If I have a brilliant experience and want to come again, where can I buy tickets for future matches?
A. You can find out all our fixtures, prices and purchase tickets online at

Q. When is the O’s next game?
A. Leyton Orient are next at home on Tuesday 27 November when Aldershot Town are our visitors. After this weekend’s sell out game we expect interest to once again be high in this game, so urge supporters to buy in advance to avoid disappointment.

Q. Where can I find Leyton Orient’s upcoming fixtures?
A. You can find all our upcoming fixtures here.