Writer: Jorge's Jottings
Date:Thursday August 16 2007
Matchroom Stadium, formerly known as Leyton Stadium, but still referred to by many fans as Brisbane Road. It has a capacity of 9,271 (all seated).
In case you need the info
Address: Brisbane Road, Leyton, London, E10 5NF
Main Telephone No: 0870-310-1881
Fax No: 0870-310-1882
Ticket Office: 0870-310-1883
I am told that currently away supporters are housed in one side (towards the South End) of the Main Stand, where there are a couple of supporting pillars that may impede your view. Around 1,000 fans can be accommodated in this area, so there won't be any trouble fitting our merry band of travelers in then.
How to get there
Approaching London you will at some point hit the M25. Use this to get to the M11 take the southbound carriageway for about 6 miles and take the right fork signposted for the North Circular.
At the bottom of the flyover where the roads merge, move into the left-hand lane and turn left at the roundabout on to the A104. After about 1 mile at the next roundabout take the right exit - still the A104 (a landmark here is the quaintly-decorated Lamb's Cafe). Half a mile further on, turn left into Leyton Green Road (signposted to Leyton and Stratford), and left again into a short slip-road past the bus garage entrance and left into Leyton High Road - you'll see the Leyton Leisure Lagoon opposite as you wait to make the turn. Continue until you see the floodlights and then find a side turning to park in the back-streets. Street Parking.
With parking a touch difficult it is an alternative to aprk up and jump on the tube.In which case,The nearest tube station is Leyton (about a 1/4 of a mile away) which is on the Central Line. Come out of the station and turn right down Leyton High Road. Cross over the road to the other side and continue down it. You will come to Coronation Gardens on your left and the floodlights of the ground can be clearly seen behind them. Take the next left past the gardens into Buckingham Road for the ground.
Thank you to the various sites which have helped with this info.
Date:Thursday August 16 2007
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