All you need to know as we travel to face Boreham Wood in the Vanarama National League.
Boreham Wood v Barrow
Saturday 15th September
Whilst Brian Wilson & Rhys Turner have stepped up their recoveries this week, the game comes too soon for them. Matthew Elsdon is also out, whilst new loan signings Rory Holden and Rhys Norrington-Davies are in contention for their first appearances for the Bluebirds.
Boreham Wood’s Recent Form:
The hosts return to National League action against the Bluebirds, after featuring in the Irn Bru cup last weekend at home to Dunfermline Athletic. The Wood lost out 6-5 on penalties after playing out a 0-0 draw. Their last league game was a 1-0 home win over Chesterfield.
Last 3 league games:
Maidstone 1-2 Boreham Wood
Boreham Wood 1-1 Braintree Town
Boreham Wood 1-0 Chesterfield
Barrow’s Recent Form:
The Bluebirds travel to Meadow Park looking to return to winning ways after falling to a last minute defeat against Dagenham at the FBSS last weekend. Their last away trip saw them pick up a hard earned point at Hartlepool.
Last 3 league games:
Barrow 1-2 Solihull
Hartlepool 0-0 Barrow
Barrow 0-1 Dagenham Redbridge
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Barrow supporters are able to purchase a ticket (cash & card payments available) from the away turnstiles.
They are priced as follows:
Adult – £20.00
OAP – £15.00
U16 – £10.00
U12 – £7.00
Leave the M25 at J23 and take the A1 (London). Join the A5135 towards Boreham Wood and continue towards the town centre. Go straight across the first roundabout and take the second exit onto Brook road on the second roundabout. Boreham Wood Football Club will be signposted from there.
The Brook Road car park is a few minutes walk from the ground. Prices are £2/£3/£5 for 3/4/4+ hours. There is no parking for supporters at the ground.
Elstree & Borehamwood train station is in Zone 5 of the London Transport system, meaning you can use an oyster or contactless payment card to travel from central London. The train is served by trains to and from London and Luton. It is a short 10 minute walk from the ground, when you leave the station head straight on the roundabout and walk down the high street. When you reach a large McDonalds on the left, turn left and the ground will be on your right hand side.
Before The Game:
Please note that as the game is segregated, Barrow supporters are not permitted in the Boreham Wood club bar. Boreham Wood town centre is a short walk from the ground where pubs, cafes and restaurants are available.