If it's your first time to a Arsenal Ladies match at Boreham Wood FC, then here is a one-stop breakdown on all the things you will need to know.  

Location and Travel 
If it’s your first time to Boreham Wood FC then CLICK HERE for details designed to help you find your way to us, whether you are coming by car, bus or train.

Ground address
Broughinge Road, Borehamwood, WD6 5AL.

Buying tickets 
On the gate entry at Boreham Wood FC is £6 adults, £3 concessions and £15 for a family of four (two adults and two under-16s).

Pre-brought online ticket costs
£5 adults, £2.50 concessions and £12 for a family (two adults and two under-16s). A group booking is also available online for £20 that will admit 12 people (two adults and 10 under-16s).

Discounted Online Tickets can be purchased HERE.

* Fans who are registered as disabled qualify for a concession season ticket/matchday ticket. Carers can enter for free on matchdays.

Please Note: Online Tickets and Season Tickets holders will need to access the ground via Turnstile 1 located next to the main East Stand situated at the main car park entrance.


If travelling by car we advise supporters to park using the Brook Road pay and display car park adjacent to the ground, which has 143 spaces & seven disabled spaces (use postcode WD6 5H). It costs £1 for 1-2 hours and £1.50 for 2-3 hours, and it's free after 6pm on weekdays and at weekends. You can then access the ground via the Brook Road turnstiles at the back of the ground (next to the Boreham Wood Bowls Club).

The Stands 
The capacity at Boreham Wood FC is roughly 4,500. The main stand has seating for 500 supporters and is the ideal spot for families as it is parallel to the pitch and closest to the dugout! You will also find the press box and club officials' seats here.

Behind both goals there is standing only space and the ground is accessible for wheelchairs. There is also a brand-new 1,200-seater stand which opened in summer 2014 which is opposite the main stand.

When to arrive
Our normal match times are 2pm on Sunday afternoons or 7.45pm on Thursday evenings, butr 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 festivals or other events for children so please check the latest news section on our website for up-to-date information. 

Buying a programme and merchandise
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 a club shop that sells many pocket money items for children, ranging from ALFC stickers (£1), bags (£1), keyrings (£3), beanie hats (£3) to signed ALFC shirts. The club shop is located in the corner of the ground, right of the main stand and near the main turnstile.

Food and drink
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 other is in the opposite corner of the ground next to the new 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. 

If you have any queries of any nature, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by calling: 01727 747452 or emailing: arsenalladies@arsenal.co.uk

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4 Sep 2013