With the Wood Army fanbase growing significantly, we want to help to ensure that our supporters find a way to each of our away games.

Luke Garrard and the squad will need as many of the Wood Army at the game against Maidstone United as possible, to help cheer them on to another successful season.

As such, we have compiled this easy to follow guide on alternative travel to the game, which takes place this Bank Holiday Monday, August 27 (3pm).

The easiest train station to use in Maidstone is Maidstone East, which is only a quarter of a mile away from the stadium. This is served by trains from London Victoria.

Trains from London Victoria to Maidstone East run around every 20 minutes and take about an hour and 15 minutes.

London Victoria can be reached by going from Elstree and Borehamwood station, to either London St Pancras, or London Blackfriars.

You can also drive to Maidstone United and it takes around an hour and 15 minutes. There is a small amount of pay and display parking on James Whatman Way. Alternatively, the stadium is very close to the town centre, so there are many shopper’s car parks available.

Your attendance and efforts to get to the game would be hugely appreciated by the Chairman, management and players, as they continue with the new National League campaign.




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