The West Stand
The West Stand is home to the best of the club’s facilities, including the players’ dressing rooms and dugouts. The central block provides padded seating for supporters in the Legends Lounge – who have pre-match and half-time access to a lounge with bar and food facilities – whilst the third-floor directors’ balcony plays host to the top-level hospitality at the club. Press facilities are located on the fifth floor, which means this is the same stand you’ll see match highlights from.
The Q2W Tommy Johnston Stand
Renamed after legendary O’s forward Tommy Johnston in 2007, the South Stand provides an excellent view for all who sit here thanks to its raised stature. Home to some of Orient’s most passionate fans, the O’s often shoot towards this stand in the second half, meaning some of the most dramatic moments of the game could take place right in front of you. Underneath the stand is a popular supporters bar, along with the usual catering facilities and toilets.
The East Stand
The East Stand is the oldest still in use at the stadium and first opened in 1956 following the Club’s promotion to Division Two. Formerly home to the dressing rooms and club offices prior to the construction of the West Stand, you can get a sense of real history from sitting in this stand. Today it is also home to Leyton Orient Trust’s ‘Fans for Diversity’ hub, a former players lounge which caters for community groups on a match day. Visiting away supporters are also housed in the southern part of this stand, accessible through Entrance D on a match day.
The Baskin Robbins Family Stand
Our designated family stand is located at the north end of The Breyer Group Stadium, offering fans a great view from behind the goal. On a match day it is full of families of all ages and is the best place to see our mascot Theo before the game.