Boreham Wood are pleased to confirm that ticket prices for our upcoming play-off clash against AFC Fylde, have been agreed.
The match will take place this Thursday, May 3 at the earlier kick off time of 7pm, due to broadcasting requirements.
The Wood confirmed their place in the National League play-offs, with a 3-1 victory over Guiseley at Meadow Park on Saturday.
It is the first time in the history of the club, that they have ever made the National League play-offs and will be a must-see match.
Tickets will be sold on-the-day only and can be purchased from our cash turnstiles at Meadow Park.
Gates will open at 5.30pm and it is advised that you get to the match early, in order to avoid potentially long match days ques, or if you wish to be seated during the game.
The match will be segregated, and the nearest public car park is stationed in Brook Road and adjacent to stadium.
Make sure that you come out and cheer on your local community club, as they look to make history.
Entry prices for our home play-off fixture will remain at their usual price. (Please note; Season Tickets will not be valid for the tie).
Entry prices are as follows:
Adults – £18.00, to sit or stand.
OAP’s – £13.00, to sit or stand
U16’s – £8.00, to sit or stand
U12’s – £4.00, to sit or stand
AFC Fylde secured a play-off spot of their own, with a goalless draw against Wrexham, on the final day of the season.
Managed by 42-year-old Dave Challinor, they are currently playing their first season in the top tier of non-league football, having been promoted last year.
In our 70th year, could Boreham Wood be promoted to the promised land of the Football League?
If we are to achieve the unthinkable, then we will need our whole community behind us, so bring your friends, bring your families and join the Wood Army, by getting behind Luke Garrard and the dressing room.