Match Preview
Boreham Wood U18’s vs. Maidenhead United U18’s
Tuesday 1st October 2019, 7.00pm
Meadow Park, The FA Youth Cup


Boreham Wood’s Under 18’s welcome Maidenhead United to Meadow Park tomorrow evening, Tuesday 1st October, for their FA Youth Cup 2nd qualifying round match up, with an earlier kick off of 7pm.

Wood’s Under 18’s enter the game following back-to-back wins in the Southern Counties Floodlit Youth League and Brian Hitchins League Cup, against Luton Town Cedars 2-1 and Maccabi London Lions 4-1 respectively.

This is an interesting matchup as the two sides played each other at Under 19 level under a fortnight ago in the National League Football Academy, where Wood won 4-1 despite going a goal behind early on. So, it can be expected that some of the same players will be on show again tomorrow evening.


Academy Manager Cameron Mawer commented on the game in his post-match interview following the Under 18’s victory against Maccabi London Lions on Thursday evening, “Obviously they’re [the Under 18’s] are all looking forward to the FA Youth Cup next week, we can’t hide that. It is their first opportunity to play on the First Team pitch and go into the First Team dressing room, they’re all things they’re very excited about. But hopefully we take that [excitement] and go and show another good performance.”



Please note only the East Stand will be in operation. All supporters, both home and away must use the East Stand turnstile for entry into the ground.


Adult/OAP – £4.00
Students/Under 16’s – £2.00
Under 12’s – FREE


Please note there is limited parking available at Meadow Park and will granted on a first come first served basis.

Alternative car parking is available in the Brook Road public car park and the Hertsmre Borough Council Civic car park, both short walking distances away from the ground. Both of these car parks operate on a pay and display basis.

Our club house will be open for refreshments throughout the evening for all supporters, both home and away, to utilise prior to the match, at half-time and after the game.

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