With the high-profile friendly against Arsenal XI (7.30pm, Thursday, July 27) edging ever-closer, Boreham Wood want to ensure that not a single supporter misses out.
Which is why, the club are excited to remind both Arsenal and Wood season ticket holders that they will be granted HALF-PRICE entry into the fixture.
Following their 2017 FA Cup final triumph against Chelsea, Arsene Wenger will also be bringing the famous trophy with him to the fixture, in celebration of the two club’s recent ten-year contract extension.
The fixture will be the official opening of the club’s Premier League standard, million pound Desso pitch and surrounding features.
Mr Arsene Wenger and Mr Ivan Gazidis are expected to attend the showcase event and officially cut the ribbon 30 minutes before kick-off.
The 500-lux floodlights will be turned on for the first time and the new Premier League style dugouts will be used by Luke Garrard and his men.
If you have yet to purchase your 2017/18 season ticket, then there is still time, they can be purchased in person at the club, over the phone on 0208 953 5097 or ONLINE BY CLICKING HERE.
At just £199 for adults, £150 for OAPS, £50 for under 16s and £30 for under 12s, the club feel they are excellent value.
MATCH DETAILS ARE AS FOLLOWS
The match will be played on Thursday, July 27 and will kick off at 7:30pm.
It’s a pay-on-the-gate game and both Arsenal and Boreham Wood season tickets holders will be given half-priced entry. 2017/18 season tickets will be required as proof on the turnstile.
Entrance fee’s for the game are as follows: Adults £14; OAPS £12, under 16’s £8 and under 12’s £4 .
The nearest public car park is stationed in Brook Road and adjacent to stadium.
The gates will open at 6:15pm and the club bar will be open to the general public and both sets of supporters from 4pm.
There will be free football coaching sessions for boys and girls aged from five-to-twelve years between 5.30pm and 6.30pm and all participants will be given free admission into the game. Details for this, can be seen below: