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This guide to all of the grounds that the Moors will play at this season has been produced in the main from feedback by our fans. It is designed to give the average football fan all of the basic info they need to survive a day out following the Moors.

Solihull Moors Supporters Association will again be running coaches to many of the games subject to demand. As in previous years the price of away travel by SMSA coaches will prove to be very competitive compared to other forms of transport and is even cheaper if you have the My Moors Membership card, details of which can be found in another section of this website or by asking one of the SMSA reps who will be present at all of our home & away games.

Enjoy your time following the Moors and may our season be a successful one.

Barry Molyneux - SMSA

EASTLEIGH – SAT. 4 AUGUST

So we meet again. We played Eastleigh in the last game of the season at our place and the football gods have contrived for us to promptly meet again for the opening day fixture.

The Silverlake Stadium has undergone a number of developments in the last few years and now has stands on all sides of the ground. Segregation is generally in operation and away fans are housed in a section of the South Stand, which is all seating, there is also a small section of terracing adjacent to the stand which away fans are allocated. The Hangar clubhouse, which is located outside of the stadium, can be found at the opposite of the ground from where away fans are housed. It normally welcomes away fans and serves a good selection of drinks including real ales. Inside the ground you can get all of the usual footie food with special mention to the Spitfire Special, which is a cheeseburger with bacon and pulled pork, it sounds ideal on a hot August afternoon.

Visiting fans are afforded a friendly welcome from both the home fans and club officials, so all in all it’s a good day out, especially if the Moors can repeat last season’s win again.

Ticket prices, in advance, Adults, £12, Concessions £8, more info. here, https://www.eastleighfc.com/tickets/ Tickets purchased on the day, Adults £15, Concessions, £10.

AFC FYLDE – TUES. 14 AUGUST

AFC Fylde are another team whom we played at the back end of last season,

Mill Farm is a classy, expensively assembled looking stadium. Away fans are usually segregated into the south terrace and a small section of seating in the main stand. Bradley’s sports bar, which is accessed from outside the ground but located under the main stand should admit Moors fans and is well worth a visit, with a good range of drinks on offer. The food on offer inside the ground is also of good quality.

Ticket prices, in advance, terracing, adults, £14, under 16’s, £5. Seats, adults, £18, under 16’s £10. More info. here; https://tickets.afcfylde.co.uk/categories/home

HARROGATE TOWN – SAT. 25 AUGUST

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The Moors renew rivalries with our old foes from National League North days, Harrogate Town, Memories of the last time we played at the CNG stadium generate mixed emotions; we got thumped 6-0, but then went on a run which saw us win the National League North. The CNG Stadium is a largely open ground which is surrounded by a lot of greenery giving an overall pleasant look. On one side is the newish looking Main Stand. This runs for around half the length of the pitch. It is not known at this time whether or not segregation for a visit of the Moors will be in operation. The playing surface is 3G. There is a Clubhouse bar inside the ground called the ‘Nineteen Nineteen Bar’ which allows in visiting fans, unless crowd segregation is in force. Otherwise, the nearest pub is the Woodlands, which is a short distance back down the A661 Wetherby Road, heading away from town. Harrogate town centre is around a 20 minute walk away from the ground, where there are plenty of pubs to be found including the Winter Gardens on Royal Baths Road. This Wetherspoons outlet is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. One of the highlights of visiting the CNG Stadium is the catering which is provided by a local company called Burgers & More. Not only do they offer a number of gourmet burgers and Pies, but also a tasty Beef Stew and the intriguingly named Wellington Burger. The latter being more of a pastry which has a filling of beef, blue cheese, garlic mushrooms and red wine gravy. Certainly, a cut above catering at most grounds. Ticket prices, in advance & (match day price) Terracing, adults, £14 (£16), Concessions, £10 (£12), 17-21 y.o. £10 (£12), under 16, £5 (£6) Seats, adults, £15 (£17), Concessions, £11 (£13), 17-21 y.o. £11 (£13), under 16, £6 (£7) more info. here, https://www.harrogatetownafc.com/news-media/2018-19-ticket-prices-announced/

BARROW – SAT. 1 SEPTEMBER

Holker Street, (Furness Building Society Stadium) can be a bit exposed as Moors fans will testify to, having endured hailstorms there in the past, however that may all be different this year as we are visiting in the summer rather than the depths of winter. However be prepared for whatever the North West climate can throw at you. A section of the Holker Street Terrace is allocated to away fans, towards the main stand, meaning that you cannot stand directly behind the goal. Catering inside the ground is in the form of the obligatory burger van. The Crossbar clubhouse welcomes away fans and there is a pub just outside the ground called the Soccer Bar. If you are feeling energetic then a walk into the town will lead you to The Furness Railway, a Wethersppons CAMRA listed pub. Match day ticket prices, Adult – Terrace £15, - Seat £18. Concessions, £12, £14. 18 – 22 y.o. £8, £10. 12 – 17 y.o. £5, £8. Under 12’s free with an adult. There may be an advance ticket purchase option closer to our game which may save about £2 per ticket on the prices quoted above. Check the Barrow club website for further info. http://www.barrowafc.com/the-team/tickets/

LEYTON ORIENT – TUES. 4 SEPTEMBER

The grand old ground will be forever known as Brisbane Road, although currently is called the Breyer Group Stadium. The stadium has undergone a fair bit of development in the recent past, funded mainly by selling off the corners of the ground for office buildings so the ground has an unusual appearance to it. Moors fans will be segregated, generally in a section of the old Main (East) stand. A selection of pies, pasties and burgers are on offer within the ground. The small supporters club located in the West stand does welcome away fans at £1 entry, but is popular as it is CAMRA listed. There are a number of other well regarded pubs close to the ground near Leyton Station, including the Northcote Arms and the Birbeck Tavern. Ticket prices, Advance (Matchday), Adults, £18 (£20), Senior, £16 (£18), Under 18, £5 (£5). Leyton Orient club website for further info.
https://www.onlyoneorient.com/events.aspx

DOVER ATHLETIC – SAT. 15 SEPTEMBER

It is a long way to travel, but it is a treat to be able to visit The Crabble. If the action on the pitch is not that great then a useful distraction are the views from this quirky ground. Built into a hillside the one side of the ground nestles into a steep hill as such when the ball goes over the low stand the ball boys can retrieve the ball and stand and watch the game from above the roofline. On the other side of the ground is a drop of more than 200 feet down to the rugby pitch below, affording fine views. There is generally no segregation and away fans are allowed into the clubhouse which is inside the ground, though Moors fans have in the past fortified themselves at The Cricketers Pub before climbing the steep hill up to the stadium. The pub serves a good range of beers and is a good place to meet and chat with the friendly home fans. The food inside the ground was of a good standard, with a special mention for the chips and curry sauce which was like eating a Vesta curry from years ago as it contained currants! Ticket prices, pay on the gate, Adults, £17, over 60, £14, 11- 18 y.o. £8, under 11 free.

HAVANT & WATERLOOVILLE – SAT. 29 SEPTEMBER

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Westleigh Park is a new stadium for Moors fans to visit. It is a tidy looking ground that has seen gradual improvements made to the spectator facilities over the years. On one side is the impressive looking Main Stand. This side of the ground also contains a small covered terrace. Opposite is a small covered terrace that runs almost the full length of the pitch. Unusually the dugouts are located on this side of the pitch, opposite to the Main Stand, which houses the changing rooms. Both ends are small covered terraces, one of which is split into two sections. There is a noticeable slope to the pitch which runs down from north to the south end of the ground. Moors fans should not be segregated for our visit. Reports suggest that stewarding is normally relaxed and overall the club is a welcoming one with a good atmosphere. There is a catering unit inside the ground selling all of the usual food that football fans want. There is a fair sized clubhouse, called the Westleigh at the ground itself. The entrance to the Westleigh is located just outside the main turnstiles. Away fans are welcome to use it. Otherwise five minutes away, in walking distance on the main Petersfield Road (going towards Havant) is the Heron Pub, which also serves food and is part of the Hungry Horse chain. Ticket prices, pay on the gate, Adults, £16, concessions £12, 5 – 16 y.o. £2. Especially for our Pompey friends, Portsmouth season ticket holders can gain entry for £6.

BARNET – SAT. 6 OCTOBER

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The Hive, the home of Barnet opened in 2013 is another new ground for Moors fans to visit. Set in a pleasant park/playing fields area, that also has a London Underground line running behind one side of the ground on a raised embankment. If walking down through the park towards the stadium from the direction of Canons Park Station, then you can also see the Arch over Wembley Stadium in the distance. Visiting supporters are housed in the new North Stand at one end, where 1,900 fans can be seated. The stand does not have any supporting pillars and has a good height between rows, meaning that you get a good view of the game. Generally the facilities within the stadium are very good and the away supporters bar located behind the stand is reported to be of a good standard. It has a large screen showing Sky Sports. The bar is open throughout the game and for a short time after the final whistle. Food on offer inside the stadium includes the standard fayre of Cheeseburgers Burgers or Hot Dogs and a selection of Baguettes but alas no pies. Ticket prices, Adults £20, Concessions £13, Under 17’s £5.*Concessions are supporters aged 65 years and over & under the age of 21. There doesn’t appear to be an advanced online ticket option for away fans. Barnet no longer produces a printed match day programme. Instead, a digital programme is free to download from the Barnet FC website from 9am on the day of the match. Printed team sheets can be purchased from the club shop from 30 minutes prior to kick off.

MAIDSTONE UNITED – SAT. 27 OCTOBER

A ten minute walk from Maidstone town centre brings you to The Gallagher Stadium, built in 2012 it is fairly low key and uninspiring from the outside but once inside you are treated to a modern football ground. Moors fans are always afforded a warm welcome from stewards and fans, although now reluctantly they do have to enforce segregation on police advice, so Moors fans will be located in the North Terrace. The stadium boasts a good looking main stand, a small terrace at one end of the ground and a new North terrace opened in 2017, I wonder where their old North Terrace ended up? The food on offer is good including the Pie Hut and special mention goes to the Moroccan Lamb. Moors fans last season were not allowed access to The Spitfire Lounge next to the main entrance but there are a couple of pubs close to the ground and a good selection in the town centre. Ticket prices, pay on the gate, Adults: £15.00, Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £12.00, Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £7.00, Junior (Under 11): £2.00.

BRAINTREE TOWN – SAT. 17 NOVEMBER

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We are making only our second visit to The Ironmongery Direct Stadium or Cressing Road Ground as it is better known. To mark the occasion BT Sport have chosen the fixture as the Moors first ever live televised away game with a 12.30 pm kick off. Interest in this game from Moors fans as been very encouraging so there should be a good away following. The main stand has 553 seats and runs for around half the length of the pitch, straddling the half way line and has open portions of terracing to either side. It does though have a number of supporting pillars running along its front. It also has a large television gantry situated on top of its roof. Opposite is the Cressing Road Terrace. In a former life the framework for this stand was the old Main Stand at Bedworth United. This pitch roofed covered terrace has the dugouts located in front. A total of 1,130 can be catered for on this side, with 755 of them under the cover. Both ends are uncovered and the Clubhouse End (capacity 1,131), is split into two blocks of terracing with a gap in the middle that leads to the bar and main exit. Generally segregation is not enforced at Braintree, so Moors fans should be free to watch the game from any vantage point. A burger van provides the food offer. There is a good sized clubhouse at the ground, which normally welcomes away fans. You can gain entrance to the clubhouse once you have gone through the turnstiles and entered the ground. However is not available to visiting supporters if segregation is in force. Alternatively the nearest pub is the Orange Tree which is located just a five minute walk away on Cressing Road (from the Club main entrance, turn right and then turn right again onto Cressing Road and the pub is along on the left). This pub also serves food. Ticket prices, pay on the gate, Braintree Town operates a category system (A, B & C) for the pricing of tickets, whereby the most popular matches cost more to watch. Category A prices are listed below with Category B & C prices shown in brackets. All areas of the ground, Adults £19 (B £17) (C £15) OAP's/Full Time Students £12 (all categories) Under 18's £6 (all categories) the majority of games are designated as Category B.

GATESHEAD – TUES. 27 NOVEMBER

For the second year running Solihull Moors visit the North East on a Tuesday night for this fixture. The Gateshead International Stadium is a huge arena which struggles to generate any atmosphere due to the fans being separated from the action by an 8 lane running track. Away fans are generally seated in the East Stand on the opposite side of the stadium to the home fans. The ends of the stadium are uncovered but generally not used for football matches. The facilities inside the stadium are good, the catering outlets offers a selection of pies, pasties and sausage rolls, plus hot dogs, burgers and a range of hot and cold drinks at reasonable prices. There are no alcohol outlets in the East Stand, probably the closest pub is the Schooner, which sits on the Banks of the River Tyne. It has up to six real ales on tap and serves food too. Ticket prices, pay on the gate, Adults: £15, Over 60's £8, Students £5, Under 16's £3, Under 12's Free, Under 12's need to be accompanied by a paying adult. Family Ticket (2 Adults + 2 Under 16's) £25.

SUTTON UNITED – SAT. 8 DECEMBER

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This fixture will live long in the memory of many Moors fans as Gander Green Lane is where we played our first ever National League game. As it is our last league away game before 25 December it has been designated as our Christmas celebration away day. These are always one of our more memorable away trips, so make sure you don’t miss out. The stadium is nice and compact and surrounds a 3G pitch. Generally there is no segregation in force for a visit of the Moors so you are able to freely move around and the stewards and club officials are all very friendly and welcoming. The food on offer is good, with special mention to the pies. The clubhouse which like at our place is just outside the ground at the back of the main stand is a good size and serves a variety of real ales, also the Gander Inn; a 10 minute walk through the park provides an alternative venue for a pre match tipple. Ticket prices, pay on the gate, Adults £15, Concessions £8, Under 16's £3.To access the seated area, then an additional £2 transfer fee is payable inside the ground. Concessions apply to Senior Citizens aged 60 and over and students.

CHESTERFIELD – WED 26 DECEMBER

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It’s to Chesterfield this season for our festive “local derby” away game. The Proact stadium built in 2010 has a pleasing balanced feel with no single stand dominating the whole ground. There is an electric scoreboard at one end of the ground located on the roof of the away fan stand. Away fans are normally located in the Rubicon Print Stand at the north end of the stadium, where up to 2,112 supporters can be seated. The roof of the away end is quite low, which ensures that a relatively small number of away supporters can really make some noise. If you have not over indulged the day before and get an attack of the munchies then there are locally produced Jacksons Pies on offer. The Peppered Steak and Brampton Ale Pie sounds particularly tasty! There is a range of other food on offer including vegetarian Mexican Chilli Bean Pies. Alcohol is served inside the ground plus there are a number of pubs within a short walking distance. Just across Sheffield Road from the stadium is the Spireite Pub. This pub has been recently refurbished and has up to six real ales on tap. It welcomes both home and away supporters and a five minute walk away from the ground will bring you to a micropub called the Beer Parlour. Ticket prices, Chesterfield operates a category system for match tickets (A & B), whereby the most popular games cost more to watch. Category A prices are shown below, with Category B prices shown in brackets: Adults £18 (B £16), Over 65's, £14 (B £12), Under 22's £10 (B £8), Under 17's £8 (B £6). Please note that cash is not accepted at the turnstiles, entrance is by ticket only. Away fans can purchase their tickets from the small portakabin located outside the Rubicon Print (North) Stand.

WREXHAM - SAT. 29 DECEMBER

You know that you are in a town with a long footballing history when you walk into the local Wetherspoon’s and it is festooned with Wrexham FC flags and memorabilia. The Racecourse ground is the oldest international football stadium that still hosts matches and has seen Wales play more internationals there than any other ground. So get out your passports and be treated to a rousing rendition of “Men of Harlech” designed to strike fear into the hearts of the English visitors. Away fans are housed in a section of the upper tier of the bkoncepts stand. I would advise against sitting in the first couple of rows of this stand as the local pigeons use the seats for target practice. Visitors are generally welcome in the Centenary Club which is at the back of the bkoncepts stand, although with its close proximity to the town centre there are a number of pub choices, though for that last minute pint before the game you can’t beat The Turf pub which is built into the corner of the ground next to the now disused Kop Terrace. The standard football food on offer inside the ground is of a good standard and the stewards are a friendly bunch. Ticket prices, pay on the gate, Adults £20, Over 64's/under 21's £15, Over 80's/under 18's £8. Wrexham do on line sales for visiting fans tickets and you can save £1 per ticket on match day prices.

MAIDENHEAD UNITED – SAT. 19 JANUARY

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York Road is officially acknowledged as the oldest continually used football ground in the world, having seen the first game played there in 1871 - Bramall Lane, Sheffield is an older ground but has not been continually used by just one club. Moors make the second visit to this grand old ground. It has started to have a fresh feel about it with the opening a couple of years ago of a new seated stand, both ends of the ground are terracing and there is a small open terrace opposite the seated stand. Maidenhead doesn’t tend to segregate but if they do away fans will be given a section of the Bell Street End. Away fans can drink in the Stripes Bar at the ground and there is a Conservative Club next door which features in the CAMRA guide and admits visitors for a small fee, otherwise the town centre is only a 5 minute walk away and has a number of pubs. A variety of food which is of a good standard is available with the ground. Ticket prices, Adults, £15, Concession (SENIOR CITIZEN/UB40/NUS) £10, under 16’s, £5. Match day tickets can be purchased in advance of games online at https://maidenheadunitedfc.ktckts.com/ or on the gate on match days.

ALDERSHOT TOWN – SAT. 2 FEBRUARY

The old Recreation Ground (The EBB stadium) is showing its age but can generate a good atmosphere. Segregation is in operation and the away turnstiles are at the back of the ground so leave plenty of time to get in. The locals and stewards are friendly. The clubhouse is usually reserved for home supporters only; there are a couple of pubs close to the away turnstiles which welcome visitors, last season we used the Crimea pub which has a good selection of beers. The usual football food is available within the ground, but special mention goes to the chicken curry & chips. Ticket prices, pay on the gate or purchase online from Aldershot Town club website.; Adult – Seating £20, Standing £18, Concession (Over 65, Military personnel, young adults 19-21, students) Seating £16, Standing £14. Junior (11 – 18) Seating £7, Standing £5. Under 11’s – FREE (with paying adult – max. 2 per adult). Disabled Supporters: seats or terrace at the concession rate, as above, with carer admitted free. Students can obtain a concession rate on production of an NUS card.

EBBSFLEET UNITED – SAT. 9 FEBRUARY

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Generally there is no segregation in operation at the Kuflink stadium and if so away fans can get access to the Fleet Lounge club bar which is located inside the ground. Other drinking establishments are few and far between with The George & Dragon a 10 minute walk away by Swanscombe rail station. There are plans to redevelop the whole of the Stonebridge Road ground over a period of time with the first phase being the new main stand. Depending on which end of the ground you stand you can either get a pleasant view of a wood covered hill or a towering electricity pylon. The obligatory burger van provides the food on offer inside the ground. Ticket prices, pay on the gate, Adults, £15, Concessions, Over 60s / Students (with ID) £12, Junior, Ages 12–16, £7, under 12’s free.

SALFORD CITY – SAT 9 MARCH

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Solihull are making their first visit to Moor Lane now known as the Peninsula Stadium. The ground is now unrecognisable from what it was just a short while ago. The old ground has been completely replaced by four new stands, with the corners enclosed, effectively making it a new stadium. The Main Stand is on the Neville Road side of the ground. This is mainly all seated with six rows of seats. The team dugouts are located at the front of this stand. Although the stand on Neville Road replaced the old Main Stand, it is the new Moor Lane Stand opposite that has more facilities, with glassed corporate areas at the rear of it. It too is all-seated and is of a similar height to the Neville Road Stand. Both ends have newly covered terraces, The East and West Terraces are similar in appearance. All or part of the East terrace can be allocated to away supporters. The teams come onto the field of play from the south-west corner of the ground. The catering facilities have been slow to catch up with the newly developed stadium, so there is just a burger van and a refreshment area available to away fans. Due to the expected high number of Moors fans attending this game we will not be allowed entry into the clubhouse. There are no pubs in the immediate area and we have been recommended to use the Joseph Holt Friendship pub in Prestwich which is about a 20 minute walk from the ground.

Ticket prices, Adults: £10, Concessions*: £5, *(60 and Over, Children 5-16, Students with ID), Under-5s: Free. Wheelchair users / disabled supporters should contact the secretary (andy.giblin@salfordcityfc.co.uk) for specific admission information.

FC HALIFAX – SAT 23 MARCH

Being set on the side of a hill gives The Shay an enclosed and green look but can also be exposed to the elements coming off The Pennines. Segregation is in operation and Moors fans are usually given a section of the Main Stand.

Away fans are allowed into the small clubhouse, but there are also a number of pubs in the local area with the Three Pigeons pub proving popular with Moors fans prior to this seasons FA Trophy visit. It’s a 1930’s Art Deco grade 2 listed building which serves some good real ale’s and does good food including locally made pork pies with a variety of topping’s, I had the black pudding topping and it was very tasty. If you have the time and are able a visit nearby Rippendon then check out the Last Post pub as it’s run by Silhillian’s Shell & Sully, so Solihull fans are assured of a warm welcome. Last season we were treated to a free lunch when we visited.

Ticket prices, Adults £20, Concessions (Over 65’s and Students with ID) £17, 12 to 17 year olds £9, U12’s £5, U7’s £3.

BOREHAM WOOD - TUES. 26 MARCH

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The 2 open end terraces tend to house the majority of the fans though there are plenty of seats in the stands that run the length of the sides, and can be accessed at no extra cost. The clubhouse welcomed Moors Fans and the town centre is only a short walk away where you can find a number of pubs and food outlets. Apparently one of the pubs has an upstairs Terrace where you can view part of the East Enders set, which is filmed locally. Make a point of finding time before or after the game to walk through the park next to the ground, it has a Musical Arch which plays several tunes and encourages you to dance! Though one Moors fan that shall remain nameless, but has a liking of bread based products made the Arch fart as he walked through it! Hot food and drinks can be obtained from the Lunch Box which is located on the South Terrace.

Tickets, Pre-Purchase Online Admission Prices, (Subject to booking fee) Adult £18.00, OAP £13.00 Over 65 only (photo ID may be required) Under 16 £8.00 Under 16 only, any person aged 16 will be charged at an adult rate (photo ID may be required) Under 12 £5.00 Under 12 only, any person aged 12 will be charged at an adult rate (photo ID may be required) Please note: Boreham Wood FC do not offer a discounted rate for Students or the unemployed.

Tickets will still be available to purchase on the day of the game, but at an increased rate of £2 in each category



HARTLEPOOL UNITED – SAT 6 APRIL

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Away fans are made welcome on a visit to Victoria Park, the home of H’Angus the Monkey. The ground is set up high not far from the sea so don’t expect a warm balmy climate. The wind can whip off the North Sea ensuring that even on a summer’s day you need to be wrapped up against the elements, unless of course you spend all year in a short sleeved shirt! Still there are benefits; Hartlepool is the home of Cameron’s Brewery, so if you have not tried a pint of Strongarm or the more fashionable Motorhead Roadcrew then don’t miss out on a visit to the Brewery Tap which is a rewarding 10 minute walk from the ground. At the ground The Victoria Suite & the Corner Flag bar both welcome away fans. Visitors are housed in the Smith & Graham Stand which is one of the ends of the traditional compact stadium. The usual football food is available in the ground with special mention to the Frankfooter hot dog. Ticket prices, ADULTS £20, CONCESSIONS (SENIORS, 60+, UNDER 19s, STUDENTS, ARMED FORCES) £10, UNDER 16s £5.

BROMLEY – FRI 19 APRIL

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This year we are away on Good Friday and it’s a visit to Hayes Lane which is an old fashioned ground but is making some improvements with the South End recently undergoing a major reconstruction. Also Bromley last season installed a 3G pitch. The match will be fully segregated and Moors supporters are required to enter the ground through Exit 2. There will be access to toilets, refreshments and a seated eating/drinking area in the away section. Other drinking establishments and food outlets are available on the High Street; about a 15 minute walk away, with The Carpenters Arms being given special mention by one Moors Fan.
Ticket prices, Adult £15.00, Concessions (Over 65’s, Armed Forces, NHS/Emergency Services & Football League Season Ticket Holders) £10.00, Under 16’s & Students aged 16-21 years £5.00, Under 16’s go FREE when accompanied by a full paying adult. These are online prices available from the Bromley FC website. Please note admission prices increase when purchased on the day at the turnstiles.

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE – SAT 27 APRIL

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The Daggers home is the Chigwell Construction Stadium and on our previous visits there Moors Fans were afforded a warm welcome by the home fans, officials and stewards. Away fans are generally allowed into the onsite clubhouse which serves a number of real ales and you know you are in London when you can get a pint of Young’s bitter. It is useful to have access to the clubhouse as the stadium is some distance from other facilities. Away fans are segregated in the modern A13 Steel Stand at the opposite end of the ground from the clubhouse; this stand looks to be the best part of the stadium. Food and drink are available inside the ground and the facilities are of a good standard.
Ticket prices, Adult £21, Concession £15, Juniors (10-16 year olds) £12, Under-10 £2.

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