The Bees face Boreham Wood under the lights at The Hive London on Tuesday 15th March (19:45 KO) in the Vanarama National League.
All the important information you need ahead of the fixture can be found in this Match Preview.
To purchase your tickets, click HERE!
After buying tickets online, supporters will be sent an e-ticket to their registered email which can be scanned at the turnstile from a mobile device or printed out.
Tickets bought for the original fixture in December will be valid for the rearranged game and automatically work when entering through the turnstile.
Adult – £22
Concessions* – £14
Under 17 – £5
*Concessions are those over 65 and under 21, ticket checks will be in operation at the turnstiles.
HAVE A ‘DRINK ON US’
Don’t forget that Season Membership Card Holders can have a ‘Drink on Us’ before the Match!
Please arrive at Legends Bar no later than an hour before kick-off, where you will be asked to scan your card to collect your FREE drink.
Nickname: The Wood
Stadium: Meadow Park (4,500 capacity)
Manager: Luke Garrard
Top Scorer: Scott Boden (11 goals)
League Position: 5th
IN: James Comley (Walton Casuals), Jamie Reckord (Wrexham), Dennon Lewis (Wealdstone), Connor Stevens (Wealdstone) Danilo Orsi (Harrogate Town, loan), Taye Ashby-Hammond (Fulham, loan), Nile Ranger (Unassigned), Joshua Roach (Unassigned), Mondou Jallow (Hendon).
OUT: Ellis Brown (Hamilton Academical), Jack Mumnns (Billericay Town, loan), Nathan Ashmore (Maidenhead United, loan), Momodou Jallow (Hendon, loan), Andrew Oluwabori (Peterborough United).
LAST TIME OUT
Northwood 0 – 2 Bees
Middlesex FA Senior Challenge Cup Semi-Final
Bees: Aymen Azaze, Ben Richards-Everton, Rob Hall, Ross Marshall, Ephron Mason-Clark, Adam Marriott (Serhat Tasdemir 76’), Harry Taylor © (Jamie Turley 39’), Sam Beard, Sam Woods, Ryan De Havilland, Reece Grego-Cox (Louis Walsh 71’). Subs (not used): Aston Oxborough, Wes Fonguck.
Boreham Wood 1 – 1 Chesterfield
Vanarama National League
Boreham Wood: Taye Ashby-Hammond, Will Evans, David Stephens, Jamal Fyfield, Dennon Lewis, Connor Smith (Gus Mafuta 59’), Frankie Raymond (Adrian Clifton 83’), Josh Rees, Jacob Mendy, Scott Boden (Danilo Orsi-Dadomo 67’), Tyrone Marsh. Subs (not used): James Comley, Nile Ranger.
Boreham Wood: LDWLD
Luke Garrard begun his playing career as a trainee at Tottenham Hotspur, before being released while still at school.
He then signed for Swindon Town as an apprentice, where he made his professional debut.
The now 36-year-old then spent time at Bishop’s Stortford, Northwood and Boreham Wood before his move to AFC Wimbledon – a club that he made over 100 appearances for.
Garrard returned to the Wood in 2015, taking over from Ian Allinson as manager. In doing so, it made him the youngest manager in the top five divisions in England.
ONE TO WATCH
Born in London, Jamal Fyfield started playing for Leyton Orient where he signed a two-year scholarship in 2005 before moving to Maidenhead United in 2007.
The defender then went on to play for York City, Grimsby Town and Welling United before enjoying spells at Wrexham and Gateshead.
With his extensive experience, the 6ft 1ins defender has been a regular starter at Boreham Wood since arriving in 2018.
After being ruled out with a hamstring injury since the end of January, Fyfield returned to the starting eleven for their last game against Chesterfield.
Referee: Aji Ajibola
Assistant Referee: Jack Fagg
Assistant Referee: Jack Bloxham
Fourth Official: Tommy Breen
COME ON YOU BEES!