Club Profile

Boreham Wood

Just one of literally dozens of non-league clubs around Greater London, Boreham Wood is a fun and proper footballing day out in the North of London – and the kind of place where you might sit next to one of their players on a train to the game.

LOCATION: Borehamwood, about an hour north of Central London by train in Hertfordshire. Who knows why the town is one word and the club two!

CONTACT:, 020 8953 5097, #WeAreTheWood



The club was formed in 1948, and to recap what’s gone on since then is to be drawn into the vast and complicated world of non-league football. As is explained in our guide to English leagues and cups, after the top four leagues, the football pyramid becomes broader and broader. At the moment, The Wood play in the National League, which is at…


St Albans City, from just eight miles north but now one league

Women’s Team

None, but the men’s ground is home of the Arsenal Women’s


None that stand


Meadow Park, officially known as the LV Bet Stadium, is a lovely little ground with a capacity of just over 4,000, of which 1,700 are seated. Those are in the two longsides, one of which also has the ticket office and dressing rooms. Behind one goal is an uncovered concrete terrace, just like the really old days. Behind the other is a covered one…

Going to a Game at Boreham Wood

GETTING THERE: What you need is the Thameslink train from King’s Cross/St. Pancras to Luton. It’s 45 minutes from there to Elstree and Borehamwood. When you come out  of the station, take a right down the high street and then, after about 10 minutes, turn left at the biggest McDonald’s you’ll probably ever see. It should be about a 15-minute…

Boreham Wood Tickets

Last season tickets were £20 for adults.

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