Leyton Orient Supporters Club

E10 5NF 



Friday 16th June to

Sunday 18th June 2017











2017 visit to Ypres, details here.



All home afternoon match days (3.00pm kick off)

12.00 – 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


We will be open for the two home friendlies, both kick offs are at 3.00pm and normal matchday opening hours will apply:


Sat 23 July  v Charlton Athletic  

Sat 30 July v Gillingham


All fixtures L2 unless otherwise noted.


August 2016


Tuesday    9         v  Fulham                      7.45pm              EFL Cup  

Saturday  13        v  Newport County     3.00pm

Tuesday   16        v  Stevenage                 7.45pm

Friday       19        Special Beer night - all beers from Pig & Porter

                                    Club open 5.30 - 10.45pm

Saturday 27         v  Mansfield                  3.00pm




Saturday 17        v  Yeovil Town               3.00pm

Tuesday  27        v  Plymouth Argyle      7.45pm




Saturday 8         v  Portsmouth               3.00pm

Saturday 15        v  Luton Town               3.00pm

Friday      21         Special beer night - all beers from Brew Buddies

                                   Club open 5.30 - 10.45pm

Saturday 29       v  Crewe Alexandra      3.00pm




Saturday 19       v  Blackpool                    3.00pm

Tuesday  22      v   Exeter City                  7.45pm


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

This website last updated 22 July 2016

Latest News .......

>>  Football Supporters Federation (to which the Supporters Club is affiliated) Annual

     Review 2016 has been published. To download a copy, click here.

>>  Club membership application for season 2016/17 now available for download on

      'How to Join' page

>>  Notes of the latest Fans' Forum, held on 26 May, are available under the Home tab


Ypres - Menin Gate

Laurie's Legacy


Waltham Forest Council is planning a statue of Laurie Cunningham – to be placed in Coronation Gardens, alongside the ground. Laurie began his career at Orient, before playing at the highest levels of the game in England, Spain and France.

The council are asking for donations to the cost of the statue, please support their appeal at Just Giving.














“Laurie Cunningham was a one-of-a-kind; a pioneer, who played so gracefully that if he ran on snow, he would leave no footprints.”


Laurie Cunningham