The O’s welcome Crewe Alexandra to The Breyer Group Stadium this evening (Tuesday 17 September, 7.45pm) in our next Sky Bet League 2 game of the season. Here is all the match information and FAQs you will need in our Match Pack:
Purchasing Leyton Orient v Crewe Alexandra tickets
Tickets are still available to purchase online at match day prices here. Fans will also be able to purchase tickets from Main Reception (9.30am-4.30pm), at the West Stand ticket office (from 5pm) or on selected cash turnstiles in the Q2W Tommy Johnston South and Green Inc East Stands.
Collecting match tickets
All match ticket collections tonight will be at the white Ticket Collection kiosk adjacent to our West Stand ticket office from 5pm. The only exception is hospitality tickets, which will be available from Main Reception from 5.30pm.
This evening’s forecast is looking good; a mostly sunny day with the temperature at kick-off expected to be around 15°C .
Please note the Fan Zone at Score Leisure Centre is NOT in operation on Tuesday. It will return for our next Saturday home league game against Port Vale on Saturday 28 September.
Early Bird Food Offer
In the ground early this evening? Take advantage of our Early Bird offer where you can get a pie and a pint (or similar drink) for just £5, a saving of £2. Please note this offer finishes at 7pm.
Cricket World Cup Trophy
Earlier this summer England won the men’s Cricket World Cup. To celebrate the victory, the England & Wales Cricket Board have kindly released the trophy to our friends at Essex Cricket to share within the heart of the East London Cricket Community. Showing off the trophy at half-time on the pitch will be students from Norlington School, who have a formidable record in local and London-wide cricket competitions.
Match Day Timetable v Crewe Alexandra
10am – Club Superstore opens
5pm – West Stand Ticket Office opens
5.30pm – Ticket Collections booth, Supporters Club Bar, Main Reception and E10 Hospitality all open
6pm – Q2W Tommy Johnston South Stand turnstiles and bar open
6.30pm – All other turnstiles open
6.45pm – Team news announced on social media
7pm (approx) – Teams come out to warm-up
7.30pm (approx) – Teams return to changing room and Player of the Month presentation
7.45pm – Kick Off – Leyton Orient v Crewe Alexandra
8.30pm (approx) – Half Time – Penalties with Leyton Orient Trust / Waltham Forest College programme students. Cricket World Cup trophy display by students of Norlington School.
8.45pm – Second half begins
9.30pm (approx) – Full time
After the game, access to the Legends Lounge on the second floor of the West Stand will be restricted to Legends Lounge ticket holders and hospitality guests for 10 minutes after the final whistle. This is to aid the safe departure of many Legends Lounge ticket holders and hospitality guests down the stairs.
Fans from other stands wishing to enjoy a post-match drink in the Legends Lounge will be held outside Main Reception until this time, with entry then allowed on a first-come, first served basis.
The Ticket Office and Club Superstore will also be open immediately after the game until approximately 10pm, whilst the Leyton Orient Supporters Club bar will reopen on the final whistle until 10pm.
Information about food and drink, travel and FAQs can be found in our First Time Guide here.
Find your way around
Our new and improved stadium map will help you navigate your way around The Breyer Ground Stadium on matchday and locate all our key facilities.
Not going to the game? Watch our live stream!
If you’re in the UK and unable to attend Tuesday’s game you can watch the game on our live stream for just £10. Overseas supporters can also sign up to a match pass for just £5. Alternatively you can listen to an audio-only service from BBC Radio London’s Dave Victor. To see the different options available in your area (UK-based or overseas), please click here.
Texting Service – 07776 228 298
Supporters are reminded that foul, abusive and racist language and anti-social behavior will not be tolerated in this stadium. You can approach the nearest steward to report an incident or text our control room directly and let us deal with it from there. It is better for us to monitor the situation as it is happening rather than after the event. You can also find our text service number on the back page of your matchday programme.