Leyton Orient Supporters Club

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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



2    JPT v Peterborough on TV. Bar open 5.30pm

6     Home v Preston North End (postponed - new date tba)

13   Home v Colchester United

25  Special Brighton Bier night. Bar open from 5.30pm

27   Home v Rochdale



4     Home v Swindon

18   Home v MK Dons

30 and 31  Piglet Real Ale Festival. Bar open 5.00pm each night



1      Home v Coventry City

22    Home v Crewe Alexandra

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

This website last updated 27 August 2014

Latest News .......

>> JPT v Peterborough 2 September. The away game will be shown on TV and the

    bar will be open from 5.30pm - all draught beer and Fosters lager £2.50.

>>  There will be a coach to Villa Park on Wednesday 27th for the second round of the  Capital One Cup.

      Leaving the Supporters Club at 2.30pm, for a 7.45 kick off. £20/£17 with usual £3 surcharge for non

      members. Contact 07722135970 to book.

>>   Our next single brewery night will be on Thursday 25 September and will feature at least 6 different beers

       from the Brighton Bier brewery. They will include the first of their new range of IPAs - this one a black IPA.

       You can also try their 7.5% (Under the) Table beer! Also, club is receiving the 2014 CAMRA awards (East

       London and City and Greater London Club of the Year) during the evening. Be great to see you for a truly

       celebratory night!

Your Favourite Beer Festival


This year's autumn festival (30 & 31 Oct) is going to be a bit different. Rather than us select all the beers, we've decided to give you a chance to construct a beer list. Send us your list of the beers you would like to see at the festival and we will do our best to get the top thirty suggested.


So get thinking and come up with a list of beers - anything between 1 and 30 is fine - which you believe would make a successful beer festival. They can be as obscure as you like but no keg; no key keg; must be real ale - that's your only restriction.


And we'll give anyone who gets 5 or more of their beers into the festival 2 free pints.


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