Guide for fans travelling to Boreham Wood

The following guide is provided for fans who are travelling to Boreham Wood on Saturday….

Boreham Wood Football Club
Meadow Park
Broughinge Road

Leave the A1 at  A5135 towards Boreham Wood. Continue along the A5135 towards the town centre, going straight across at the first small roundabout and at the next large roundabout, take the second exit onto Brook Road (signposted Boreham Wood Football Club). Then take the next right into Broughinge Road and the ground entrance is down on the right.

Coach Parking

Coaches to drop off and park at the ground.

Car Parking:

There is a car park at the ground, but this is only for players and Club officials. A few minutes’ walk from Meadow Park is the Brook Road ‘pay and display’ car park, which costs £2.20 for three hours, £3.20 for four hours or £5.20 for all day. The car park is free after 6.30pm and on Sundays. Please be aware that in the streets around the stadium a residents only parking scheme is in operation, so please check lamp posts for warning signs of this before parking up.

Rail Travel

The nearest railway station is Elstree & Boreham Wood which is located just under one mile away from Meadow Park. The station is served by trains from London St Pancras and Luton.

Away fans info

There is a Wetherspoons near to the ground called the Hart and Spool which is only half a mile away from the ground.

Segregation is in place with away supporters are will be housed in the South Terrace at one end of the ground. This open terrace, which is located close to the playing action, has around eight steps and is split into two areas behind the goal and either all or half the terrace can be allocated. In addition, half of the modern West Stand (towards the South Terrace) is also allocated to visiting supporters and around 600 fans can be seated in this area.