This fixture sees the return of our Kids for a Quid initiative, where all tickets* for Under-18s are priced at just £1, whether purchased in advance or on the day. Adult and Concessions tickets are cheaper to purchase in advance of a match day. You can buy tickets at in-advance prices (from £18 for adults) online until midnight on Friday. After this time you can still buy online at match day prices until midday on Saturday. Click here to see our prices.
You can also purchase on the day from our Justin Edinburgh Stand Ticket Office windows or on selected cash turnstiles in the Green Inc East Stand.
*this offer does not apply for the Legends’ Lounge or hospitality
All match ticket collections on Saturday will be at the white Ticket Collection kiosk adjacent to our Justin Edinburgh ticket office from 12am. The only exception is hospitality tickets, which will be available from Main Reception from 12.30am.
Saturday’s forecast is expected to be dry and sunny with a moderate breeze and the temperature at kick off 9°C.
A good service is expected as normal on the Central line, however there are part closures on the Circle, District and London Overground lines as well as the planned closure of the Hammersmith & City line which will affect anyone who usually travels to The Breyer Group Stadium via these routes. Please click here for more details and to assess alternative routes.
In the ground early tomorrow? Take advantage of our Early Bird offer in the concourse bars where you can get a pie and a pint (or similar drink) for just £5, a saving of £2. Meanwhile in the Q2W Tommy Johnston South Stand bar (1pm-2pm) and Legends’ Lounge bar (1.30pm-2pm) fans can get a pint of San Miguel for £3.60 (usually £4.60) or two pints of San Miguel for £7.
This weekend the O’s are uniting with football clubs across the country to kick off the biggest ever conversation on mental health. The Heads Up Weekends will highlight the power of talking as a way to support one another and dispel the stigma, with activity planned at fixtures across the men’s and women’s football calendar. On Saturday, the O’s will join clubs across the nation to display the Heads Up emblem across stadiums, programmes and player kit, in a major unifying moment that aims to get the nation talking about mental health. Orient’s players will also wear Heads Up t-shirts in their pre match warm up.
Whether you or someone you know is struggling, or if you want to help dispel the stigma, kick off a conversation about mental health this weekend. Click here for more details.
12pm – Club Superstore, Justin Edinburgh Stand Ticket Office, Ticket Collections Booth and Supporters Club Bar open
12.30pm – Main Reception, E10 Hospitality, Q2W Tommy Johnston South Stand turnstiles and bar open
1.30pm – All other turnstiles open
2pm – Team news announced on social media
2.15pm (approx) – Teams come out to warm-up
2.30pm – Onnounce The Teams
2.45pm (approx) – Teams return to changing room.
3pm – Kick Off – Leyton Orient v Macclesfield Town
3.45pm (approx) – Half Time
Half Time: Papa John’s Pizza delivery to the EnergyMind Third Dugout / Penalty Shoot-Out by Top Tekkers YFC.
4pm – Second half begins
4.45pm (approx) – Full time
After the game, access to the Legends Lounge on the second floor of the Justin Edinburgh Stand will be via the stewarded fire escape doors, adjacent to the Ticket Office, a short while after the final whistle. This will allow fans to enter the Legends’ Lounge via one staircase, with fans exiting down via the main staircase and through Reception. Once the rush has died down, the main stairs through Reception will resume as the main entry point to the Legends’ Lounge. This will also be the only exit route from the building.
The Ticket Office and Club Superstore will also be open immediately after the game until approximately 6pm, whilst the Leyton Orient Supporters Club bar will reopen on the final whistle until 8pm.
Information about food and drink, travel and FAQs can be found in our First Time Guide here.
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.
If you’re unable to attend Saturday’s game you can listen live to live commentary from BBC Radio London’s Dave Victor via our Orient TV service. If you’re overseas on business or holiday then you’ll also be able to watch the game live for just £5.
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.