Match Preview | Boreham Wood vs York City

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The Minstermen are back on the road down South this coming Sunday afternoon when we travel to the Mangata Pay UK Stadium to take on Boreham Wood in the Vanarama National League in front of the TNT Sports cameras (2pm kick off).  

Neal Ardley’s side head into this one hoping to extend their unbeaten run in the league to seven games, having last tasted defeat in the National League in the middle of November.

Boreham Wood head into Sunday’s fixture knowing three points against the Minstermen could turn their season around as they look to close up on an eight point gap between themselves and the playoff positions.

They ended last year with a 2-1 win at Kidderminster Harriers, which was only their third win in their last 11 games in all competitions.

Tickets

Minstermen supporters will be housed in the South End of the ground on Sunday afternoon, a standing terrace with an allocation for up to 1,250 supporters. 359 seats will also be made available to York supporters in the covered West Stand.

Boreham Wood have kindly offered half-price entry for all supporters for this weekend’s fixture, with prices listed below:

  • Adult: £10
  • OAP: £9
  • U16**: £6
  • U12**: £3

Please note that all prices rise by £2 on the day of the game.

** Supporters aged under 14 must be accompanied by an adult or OAP ticket.

All ticket prices are sold at the relevant age category as listed above, though personal assistants/carers, where required, are admitted free of charge. Please note that carers tickets will only be issued to those with a valid carer’s card, or, proof that they require a carer.

Any supporters who require disabled facilities on a matchday at the Mangata Pay UK Stadium Meadow Park can email [email protected] for assistance and more information.

Getting to the Game

Stadium Postcode: WD6 5AL

Car: Leave the M25 at Junction 23 and take the A1 towards London. Then leave the A1 at the first turn off and take the A5135 towards Boreham Wood.

Continue along the A5135 towards the town centre, going straight across at the first small roundabout and at the next large roundabout, take the second exit onto Brook Road (signposted Boreham Wood Football Club). Then take the next right into Broughinge Road and the ground entrance is down on the right.

Train: The nearest railway station is Elstree & Boreham Wood, which is located just under one mile away from Meadow Park. The station is served by trains from London St Pancras.

Please note there are no direct trains on Sunday from York to London Kings Cross. Alternative routes or replacement bus services will operate instead.

Bus: York Pullman are running a bus to this weekend’s fixture at Boreham Wood.

The bus will depart from Memorial Gardens in York City Centre at 7am, with collection in Acomb 15 minutes later.

*Please note that there is a strictly no alcohol onboard policy in place.

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