Hello and welcome to The Breyer Group Stadium, the home of Leyton Orient FC.
We’ve created this online First Time Guide to help you and your family and friends learn more about visiting the O’s. We hope it includes everything you need to know but if you have any other questions, no matter how daft or small they might seem, please get in touch.
Tickets for Leyton Orient home league games are cheaper to purchase in advance of a match day. You can find more details about purchasing tickets immediately below or find ticket prices at the bottom of this page.
Purchasing tickets in advance
You can purchase tickets in advance by any of the follow methods:
Online*: Visiting www.onlyoneorient.com is the quickest and simplest way to book your tickets. Our helpful website shows you which seats are available within the stadium and allows you to have your ticket posted to you. Alternatively you can collect your ticket on match day from our white Collections Kiosk, located adjacent to our West Stand ticket office. You can purchase tickets at in-advance prices until midnight the day before a game.
By phone*: You can also book your tickets by calling 0208 926 1010. This option is particularly useful for fans that require additional support or group bookings. We’re open Monday to Friday, 9am-4.30pm.
In person: You can visit our Main Reception, located on Oliver Road, to buy tickets at the following hours: Monday to Friday, 9am-4.30pm.
Purchasing tickets on match day
Online*: You can purchase tickets online at www.onlyoneorient.com at match day prices until midday on a Saturday match day, or 5.30pm on a midweek match day. You can collect these from our white Collections Kiosk, located adjacent to our West Stand ticket office.
In person: You can purchase tickets at Match Day prices from our West Stand ticket office windows (card payments accepted) or on selected cash-only turnstiles.
Purchasing tickets for cup games
Ticket details for cup games may differ from league games and details for each of these games will be found in advance at www.leytonorient.com.
*Please note a £1 booking fee per ticket will be applied when purchasing tickets online or via the phone
If you have purchased tickets online or by phone and selected collection, you can collect your ticket on match day from our white Collections Kiosk, located adjacent to our West Stand ticket office on Oliver Road.
Where should you sit?
The four stands at The Breyer Group Stadium are all very different so we thought we’d give you an idea of the different options available to you.
The Qualiteach Community Stand
Close to the action
Family friendly atmosphere
Disabled & ambulant-disabled friendly
Our designated family stand is located at the north end of The Breyer Group Stadium, offering fans a great view from behind the goal. On a match day it is full of families of all ages and is the best place to see our mascot Theo before the game.
The West Stand
Nice relaxed atmosphere
Home to changing rooms, corporate hospitality, Club Superstore & ticket office
Disabled and ambulant-disabled friendly
The West Stand is home to the best of the club’s facilities, including the players’ dressing rooms and dugouts. The central block provides padded seating for supporters in the Legends Lounge, whilst the third-floor directors’ balcony plays host to the top-level hospitality at the club. Press facilities are located on the fifth floor, which means this is the same stand you’ll see match highlights from.
The Q2W Tommy Johnston Stand
Home to passionate O’s supporters
Renamed after legendary O’s forward Tommy Johnston in 2007, the South Stand provides an excellent view for all who sit here thanks to its raised stature. Home to some of Orient’s most passionate fans, the O’s often shoot towards this stand in the second half, meaning some of the most dramatic moments of the game could take place right in front of you. Underneath the stand is a popular supporters bar, along with the usual catering facilities and toilets.
The Green Inc East Stand
Disabled and ambulant-disabled friendly
The East Stand is the oldest still in use at the stadium and first opened in 1956 following the Club’s promotion to Division Two. Formerly home to the dressing rooms and club offices prior to the construction of the West Stand, you can get a sense of real history from sitting in this stand. Today it is also home to Leyton Orient Trust’s ‘Fans for Diversity’ hub, a former players lounge which caters for community groups on a match day. Visiting away supporters are also housed in the southern part of this stand, accessible through Entrance D on a match day.
We know how special it is for youngsters to experience the thrill of live football and we openly encourage children and families of all ages to come along to Leyton Orient to take in the sights and sounds of football in E10.
Here is some specific tips for bringing youngsters that you might find useful:
The Qualiteach Community Stand is our designated Family Stand and offers not just our cheapest tickets (£3 for Under-11s, £7 for Under-18s) but also a great view from behind the goal. It’s full of families and is the best place to see our mascot Theo before the game.
Alternatively if you want a side-on view of the pitch we suggest a seat in the Green Inc East Stand where ticket prices start from just £7 for both Under-11s and Under-18s.
You can purchase tickets online at www.onlyoneorient.com. Full prices and other methods of purchasing tickets can be found elsewhere in this First Time Guide.
Our Club Superstore is a must-visit on a match day for families. As well as our wide range of New Balance replica kit – available in mens, womens and youth sizes – there’s a wide range of pocket money items for youngsters, including keyrings, autograph books, stationery and even O’s Chocolate (in the fridge, whilst stocks last). Why not shop online in advance and use our Click & Collect service to beat the queues on match day?
Food & Drink
Gone are the days of football clubs simply serving greasy burgers, chips and little else. Our food and drink menu, brought to you by our match day caterers British Event Catering, aims to provide something for everyone, including supporters who are vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free. For our youngest fans there is a Kids Meal Deal for £5 which comprises a small hotdog served with a fruit bag and either a small water or a Fruit Shoot. Please see our full menu further down this Guide.
My First Visit Certificate
We love to make a friendly fuss of all new fans who come to Leyton Orient, but particularly youngsters. So if this is their first visit to The Breyer Group Stadium, sign them up for a ‘My First Visit’ certificate. We’ll aim to come and present them with their certificates in their seats AND give them a warm welcome over the stadium PA too.
Getting to The Breyer Group Stadium
Here is all the travel information you will need for your trip to E10…
ADDRESS: The Breyer Group Stadium, Oliver Road, Leyton, E10 5NF
The nearest London Underground station to the stadium is Leyton, which is located on the Central (red) 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 less than 10 minutes. Upon exit from the station turn right out of the station and follow Leyton High Road for approximately 450 metres until Coronation Gardens is on your left. Turn down Buckingham Road after the park and the ground will be in front of you.
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 Osborne Road. Turn down Osborne Road and the East Stand is in front of you.
For satnavs please use the postcode E10 5NF
Please note there is 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.
Bus no’s. 58, 69, 97 and 158 run along Leyton High Road. Please click here for further route information from Transport for London.
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 www.walkit.com.
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 installed a large number of bike racks outside the Score Centre, opposite the West Stand where the Club Superstore and Ticket Office is located.
Need to find your way around The Breyer Group Stadium? Simply use our map below to help you (click on the map to download a PDF version).
Before the match
There are plenty of things to occupy your time before the game kicks off.
Visit our Club Superstore
Located on Oliver Road, adjacent to the Club’s ticket office, our revamped Club Superstore stocks a wide range of New Balance replica kit, training wear and leisurewear for all ages. Not only could you leave with your favourite O’s shirt – we have our red home shirt and blue away shirt in stock for all ages -but we also have a wide range of accessories, pocket money items and even O’s chocolate. Why not shop online in advance and use our Click & Collect service to beat the queues on match day?
Buy our Match Day Magazine
A must-read before every home game, our ‘E10’ magazine is available to purchase around the ground for just £3. It’s unique to every match and features 60-pages of exclusive content catering for home and away supporters, including interviews with key staff and players, the latest club news, fun features, junior pages and much more.
Have a drink in the Leyton Orient Supporters Club
Also located on Oliver Road, next to our Main Reception, is the Leyton Orient Supporters Club. Entry is free to members or £1 for non-members and it’s a great place to enjoy a friendly pre-match drink with the family. As well as a full range of wines and spirits, the Club serves an award-winning range of real beers from all over the country, having achieved special recognition from CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale).
Visit our Fan Zone
Our Fan Zone is open on select Saturday games at Score Leisure Centre, opposite the West Stand on Oliver Road. Activities are varied but include food from our match day caterers, a licensed bar, live music, kids activities and more. It’s open from 12pm to 2.45pm. Please refer to our news pages or your pre-match email for further details.
Relax in our South Stand bar
If you’ve purchased a ticket for The Q2W Tommy Johnston South Stand, you can grab a drink and a snack and watch the early-kick off in the bar, once through the turnstiles.
Enjoy a pie and a pint at our concourse bars
If you’re located in the Qualiteach Community Stand Stand or Green Inc East Stand you can also enjoy refreshments and a pint from our concourse bars, where you can also watch Sky Sports on the TVs. If you’re sat in the West Stand, your nearest bar will be tucked under the end of the stand, adjacent to where you entered the ground.
Where to enter the stadium
Your ticket will be marked with a letter which corresponds to the entrance around the ground that you should use. If you need any assistance there is a map on the back of your ticket, maps situated around the ground or you can ask a steward. We’ve also included a map below so you can familiarise yourself with the ground before you visit.
If you have purchased a hospitality ticket you will need to enter through the Main Reception located on Oliver Road.
Match Day Food & Drink
Match Day Menu
Please find details below of our Match Day Menu at The Breyer Group Stadium, supplied by our caterers, British Event Catering.
From traditional East End food such as Pie & Mash to more modern offerings such as loaded dogs, nachos and chicken wings, plus a Kids Meal Deal for our youngest fans, we trust there is something for everyone on the menu, including vegetarians, vegans and fans who are gluten-free.
Nachos served with Chilli Beef Cheese & Salsa: £3.50
Vegetarian and Gluten Free alternatives are available. Please ask a member of staff for more information.
6 Chicken Wings: £5.00 NEW!
Served with either Sweet Chilli, BBQ or Sour Cream & Chive Dip. Gluten Free approved.
Kids Meal Deal
Small Hotdog served with a Fruit Bag and Small Water or Fruit Shoot: £5.00
Served with either Sweet Chilli, BBQ or Sour Cream & Chive Dip. Gluten Free approved.
Pringle Pots: £1.50
Chocolate Bars: £1.00
Large Bag of Popcorn: £1.00
Tea or Coffee: £1.50
Café Latte: £2.00
Hot Chocolate: £2.00
Fruit Shoot: £1.50
Soft Drinks: £2.00
O’s Lager (pint): £4.00
IPA Ale (pint): £4.00
Bulmers Cider: £3.80
Red / White / Rose wine: £3.80
First Time Certificates
Here at the O’s we love to welcome new fans of all ages to The Breyer Group Stadium.
If you are visiting for the first ever time, please complete this form and we’ll make sure we give you and your family and friends a warm welcome over the stadium PA system pre-match and at half-time.
What’s more, if you have a youngster who is attending their first ever O’s game – or even their first ever football match – please complete the above form and we will provide them with a First Time Certificate to mark this special occasion.
Please note every effort will be made to hand deliver your First Time Certificate to your seat either before the match or at half-time. If we’re unable to do so then don’t worry, we’ll post the certificates out to you in the following days.
We hope you enjoy the match. Up the O’s!
Match Day Timetable
Visiting The Breyer Group Stadium for the first time? Below are your approximate timings for matches on both a Saturday and a Tuesday.
Club Superstore opens
West Stand Ticket Office opens
Ticket Collections Booth opens
Supporters Club Bar opens
Fan Zone opens
Main Reception and E10 Hospitality opens
Q2W Tommy Johnston South Stand turnstiles & bar opens
All other turnstiles open
Team news announced on social media
Teams come out to warm up
Teams return to changing rooms
Pre-match flag parade
ATMS: The nearest free ATMs are located at Tesco Metro and Sainsbury’s Local, both of which are located on Leyton High Road, a few minutes’ walk from the stadium. There are other fee-charging ATMs at various locations on Leyton High Road, plus at the convenience store on Oliver Road, just up the hill from the West Stand.
Hotel: If you are looking to stay in Leyton before or after the game then we recommend The Lion & Key, a stylish hotel with 50 rooms which are all ensuite, with luxury furnishings and numerous facilities as standard. Please visit www.thelionandkeyhotel.co.uk for more details.
Petrol Station: The nearest petrol stations to The Breyer Group Stadium are at ASDA Leyton Mills or Jet on Leyton High Road.
Other local attractions
If you’re staying in the area after the game, here are a few local attractions you may like to visit.
Coronation Gardens is adjacent to the south side of The Breyer Group Stadium. It includes a maze, ornamental gardens, fountain, bandstand. Most importantly though it’s home to a 2.2m high statue of Laurie Cunningham. A true pioneer, Laurie made his debut for Orient in 1974 before going on to represent West Bromwich Albion and Spanish giants Real Madrid, as well as becoming one of the first black players to play for the England senior team. Sadly, Laurie’s life was cut far too short when, aged 33, he died in a car accident in Spain in 1989, but his legacy continues to inspire us all.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is free to visit every day of the week and is home to a number of stadia from the London 2012 Olympic Games, as well as parklands, waterways, playgrounds and cafes. You can ride the slide at the Arcelormittal Orbit, swim in the pools of champions or watch a whole host of different sporting events at The Copper Box Arena. Visit www.queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk.
Westfield Stratford City is one of the largest shopping centres in Europe and is therefore a great local destination for fashion, beauty, lifestyle and entertainment. Adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and both Stratford and Stratford International stations, it houses approximately 280 stores and 70 restaurants. Visit https://uk.westfield.com/stratfordcity.
Located in North Greenwich, the O2 is one of the world’s most popular music and entertainment venues. As well as playing host to some of the world’s biggest acts, it also includes a bowling alley, clubs, cinema, exhibition space, bars and restaurants. Visit www.the02.co.uk.
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