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Boreham Wood Football Club
Meadow Park
Broughinge Road


By car
From M25 – Exit J23, A1 Southbound to London. Exit slip road to Borehamwood join A5135, straight over two roundabouts, at third 3rd roundabout take 2nd exit into Brook Road, Broughinge Road is first turning on the right, after big car park

From M1 Southbound – Exit J4 to Edgware onto A41 (Watford by pass), Keep going straight over at the roundabout and two sets of traffic lights until you hit Apex Corner, turn left towards A1, over Stirling Corner, exit slip road into Borehamwood join A5135 at the third roundabout take 2nd exit into Brook Road, Broughinge Road is first turning on the right, after big car park.

From A1 Northbound – Stay on the A1, over Stirling Corner, exit slip road into Borehamwood join A5135, at the 3rd roundabout take the 2nd exit on the left into Brook Road, Broughinge Road is first turning on the right, after big car park.

Parking is not available at the BWFC club car park, as this is reserved for players, officials and guests only.

Supporters are advised to park using the Brook Road public pay and display car park adjacent to the ground, which has 143 spaces & seven disabled spaces (use postcode WD6 5HJ). Alternative parking is also available via the Civic Car Park, which is less than a 10 minute walk from the club.

By train
Elstree & Boreham Wood (Thameslink Line).

As you come out of the station entrance bear left and walk up to the main road. Turn right into Shenley Road and proceed along the High Street, until you reach a small roundabout. Turn left at the roundabout into Eldon Avenue (there is a McDonalds over on the right of this road). At the bottom of Eldon Avenue turn right into Brook Road and the entrance to the ground is down on the left. The journey from the station should take around 15-20 minutes.

Google Maps walking directions can be found here.

Additional information

Ticketing information can be found here.

Social media
Twitter: here. Instagram: here.

Ground layout

Disabled supporters information 
The stadium has dedicated facilities for disabled supporters. These include a viewing area and accessible toilet facilities which are available in the West Stand.

Supporters wishing to make use of these facilities are asked to enter the stadium via the South Stand turnstiles off Brook Road car park. Disabled parking bays are available in this car park. Please note that these parking spaces are limited and on a first come, first served basis. Spaces cannot be reserved by the club.

Our normal match times are 2pm on Sunday afternoons or 7.45pm on Wednesday/Thursday evenings, but we strongly advise you check our fixtures list before travelling as matches are subject to change and kick off times can vary.

If you want to soak up the atmosphere, enjoy the warm-ups and grab something to eat and drink we recommend arriving 45-60 minutes before kick-off.  

We regularly run pre-match and half time activities such as festivals, coaching sessions, competitions and other events for children so please check the latest news section for up-to-date information. 

Our matchday programme is your guide to the day’s match and costs just £2 and can be purchased on the turnstile or inside the ground from a programme seller. It features messages from the manager as well as previous match reports, exclusive interviews, general club news and even competitions!

We also have merchandise available on match days with a range that includes many pocket money items for children, ranging from bags, keyrings, beanie hats and more. Our merchandise stall is located in the south east corner of the ground, to the left of the East stand and near the players pitch entrance.

There are three places to purchase food or drinks on match days. There are two kiosks inside the ground, one behind the goal, near the Brook Road Car Park turnstile in the south stand, and the other is in the opposite corner of the ground next to the West stand. 

Tea, Coffee and Soft Drinks are all £1 and Burgers and Hotdogs range from £2.50 – £3.50. There is another food kiosk behind the main stand in the club’s main car park. 

Boreham Wood FC also has a public bar, called the Gallery Suite, which is open to all supporters and customers before, during and after the match. The bar is well stocked, has Sky Sports, BT sports and WiFi is also available.

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