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Leyton Orient are delighted to confirm the capture of highly-rated midfielder George Marsh on loan from Tottenham Hotspur until January.  The 20-year-old is described by tottenhamhotspur.com as a ‘tenacious, tough-tackling holding midfielder’ and made his competitive debut for the Premier…
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Leyton Orient welcome Crawley Town to The Breyer Group Stadium this Saturday (24 August, 3pm) and tickets are on sale now. Both teams have four points on the board from the first three matches, but the O’s will be looking…
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With the matchday magazine for 2019/20 already attracting plenty of interest now you can never miss out by getting them delivered Our matchday programme is looking better than ever and is packed with even more content than in previous years…
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O’s supporters based abroad can watch Saturday’s League Two clash with Stevenage for just £5! Overseas supporters can purchase a season-long pass for £130, allowing them to see every game kicked this season in the league!* Furthermore, supporters can also…
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New O’s players, Conor Wilkinson and Lee Angol, visited 60 young people taking in the Leyton Orient Trust Football Camp on Wednesday 7 August 2019. The football camp, which is part of the free Waltham Forest Summer holiday activity programme,…
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When Carolyn Sellick, Local Area Coordinator at the London Borough of Waltham Forest, contacted the Leyton Orient Trust with a plea for help, the Club’s community wheels were set in motion! She had been informed that a Chingford resident and…
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Cameron had always seemed like a confident guy, and no one would have guessed anything was wrong. But behind closed doors, he was struggling. Then, at the beginning of the football season, a small change to his clubs’ shirt helped…
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As annual guests of the club, local hospices St. Joseph’s from Hackney and Haven House Children’s hospice in Woodford, were grateful to the club and fans for their generous donations once again when visiting for the game versus Harrogate Town on Good Friday, 19th April.
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On Thursday 25 April a group of girls from St Joseph’s Primary School were welcomed in to The Breyer Group Stadium. Their trip was organised by Kim Evans, Leyton Orient Trust Lead Female Development Coach, as a reward to celebrate the girls’ achievement in the afterschool football sessions they attend at their school.
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