Leyton Orient Supporters Club

E10 5NF 




All home afternoon match days (3.00pm kick off)

12.30 – 2.30pm and immediately after the match - 8pm

All home evening match days (7.45 kick off)

5.30 - 7.30pm and immediately after the match - 11pm






19     Home afternoon v Wycombe Wanderers

25      Ale night - Two Counties Challenge. Open 5pm

29      Home evening v Carlisle




3        Home afternoon v Notts County

17      Home afternoon v Oxford United

31       Home afternoon v Accrington Stanley




13      Ale night - all nine beers from Round Tower brewery

21      Home afternoon v York City

28    Home afternoon v AFC Wimbledon




19     Home afternoon v Yeovil

23     Xmas Ale night - Mighty Oak beers and free mince pies!

26    Home afternoon v Portsmouth











photograph showing the awning over the entrance to the supporters club and including the telephone number 02089888288

This website last updated 17 September 2015

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>>   An evening with Peter Kitchen on 12th October at 7.45pm. To download details, click here.


>>   Olympic Stadium deal - see update below


>>   Away Travel coach schedule for the first half of the coming season is available under the Away Travel

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West Ham and the

Olympic Stadium deal


A coalition of football supporters' Trusts (including Leyton Orient Fans' Trust) has come together to launch a petition calling for a public enquiry into the deal which subsidises West Ham’s use of the Olympic Stadium with public money. This creates unfair competitive advantage to West Ham. In the first 24 hours, the petition achieved 10,000 signatures - it now has over 25,000, and the Government has responded. Not surprisingly, they say that all's well and they see no need for further action!


The petition can be found by clicking this link.

Please have a look and sign the petition.


The Information Commissioner has now (14 September) ruled that the commercial details of the West Ham deal should be published, in a massive victory for the Supporters' Trusts who have been leading the fight (Charlton's trust in particular). The Mayor of London has said that he has no objection to the publication - it is now for the London Legacy Company to decide whether to appeal against the Information Commissioner's ruling - either that or they have to publish the relevant details within the next 5 weeks.