Please see here a note for all Cray Wanderers fans about tickets/admission prices for Wednesday night’s Isthmian Premier Playoff semi-final at Hornchurch. Kick off is 7.45 pm.
Address/Sat Nav code
The Stadium
Bridge Road
Tickets will be available online via the Hornchurch box office as well as on the gate on the day. As Hornchurch are expecting a large crowd for a midweek game the club advise tickets be purchased in advance to avoid long queues on the night.
Ticket Prices are as follows:

£12 – Adult
£7 – Concession (65+, student with id)
£3 – Young Person (12-16)
£2 – Child (Under 12)
The gates and bar will be open from 5:00pm.
Car Parking
Only the normal club car park will be in use. When full, street parking is available along Bridge Avenue and opposite the ground in Brookdale Avenue.
Ticket Entry
There will be all 6 turnstiles in operation. There will be dedicated turnstiles for online tickets, cash and card. For online tickets please ensure you have a printed copy of your ticket or your ticket is available on your mobile device. An emailed ticket receipt is not sufficient, and must be able to scan the QR code on your ticket.
A match day programme, priced at £2.50, will be available and these can be purchased at the programme station inside the main gate.
Alcoholic drinks and soft drinks can be purchased from the club bar. Seating is available within the bar area and on the terracing outside. A second bar, serving alcoholic drinks, is within the main stadium next to the burger van. The burger van will serve a selection of food plus hot and cold drinks.
There are toilets in the main bar and in the block adjacent to the burger van.
Hornchurch Stadium is actually located in Upminster, Essex – just north of the Dartford River Crossing and is easily accessed via car or public transport.
By Car:
Take the M25 to junction 29 on the A127 towards London. Come off at the next major turn-off (signposted to Upminster) and turn left into Hall Lane. Follow this road for about a mile and a half, passing Upminster station on your left, until you come to a major crossroads with traffic lights. Turn right at the lights into St Mary’s Lane. Continue down the hill and take the second turning on the left (Bridge Avenue). The stadium is found about 200 yards down Bridge Avenue on the right.
Car parking is available at the ground on a first come first served basis. When full, street parking is available along Bridge Avenue and opposite the ground in Brookdale Avenue.
Nearest BR station is Upminster which is on the Fenchurch Street to Southend/Shoeburyness line. Turn left out of the station and follow the directions above.
Upminster Bridge underground station (District line) is also close to the ground. Turn right out of the station, walk under the railway bridge and take the second right turning into Bridge Avenue.
Nearest Pubs: If coming in to Upminster Bridge Tube station The Windmill on Upminster Road (Green King Brewery) will be ideal for those getting there early or for a quick one after the game. If you prefer Upminster station which probably has a bit more amenities then the Junction on Station Road (Green King Brewery) looks your best bet or nearer Upminster Park is the Crumpled Horn on Corbets Tey Road or for those with specialist tastes the Upminster Tap Room Micropub is in Sunnyside Gardens. Your nearest Fish & Chip shop is George’s Atlantic Fish Bar on Upminster Road not far from the Windmill pub.
Upminster lies in the London Borough of Havering and just about seems to straddle the East London/Essex border. A very agricultural area back in the day, the Upminster Windmill is one of the few remaining windmills in Greater London, has a preservation order on it and acts as a museum. Also for those with an interest in agriculture then the Tithe Barn Museum in Hall Lane close to Upminster Station is worth a visit. If you end up in Hornchurch which is a little bit more of a way away from the ground so give yourself plenty of time if you choose this route.