TICKET UPDATE: Tickets will be available on the night, although it is still advised to buy online to speed up the entry process. Our hosts will also have @evePASSappin operation for Track & Trace purposes
Tickets online purchase here: https://cray-wanderers.com/tickets/
Cray Wanderers v Fisher
Wednesday 23 September 2020
FA Cup – 1st Qualifying Round
Cray Wanderers FC
Bromley Football Club
Tel: 020 8460 5291
FOR VISITORS USING THE M25
Leaving the motorway at junction 4, follow the A21 to Bromley and London, for approximately 4 miles, and then fork left onto the A232 signposted Croydon/Sutton. At the second set of traffic lights, turn right into Baston Road (B265), following it for about two miles as it becomes Hayes Street and then Hayes Lane. Cray Wanderers FC is on the right hand side of the road just after the mini roundabout. There is ample room for coaches to drive down the driveway, turn round and park.
FOR VISITORS NOT USING THE M25
Hayes Lane is situated between the A21 London to Hastings Road and the A232 Croydon to Orpington Road. You are advised to avoid heavy congestion in Bromley Town Centre. However, there is a 7ft width barrier from the A21 road in Hayes Lane so coaches should not approach from this direction.
FOR VISITORS ARRIVING FROM THE CROYDON/SURREY AREAS
From the A232, turn left into Baston Road (B265), following it for about two miles as it becomes Hayes Street and then Hayes Lane. Cray Wanderers FC is on the right hand side of the road, just after the mini roundabout.
FOR VISITORS ARRIVING FROM WEST LONDON
Use the South Circular Road as far as West Dulwich and then travel via Crystal Palace, Penge, Beckenham and Bromley South areas.
FOR VISITORS ARRIVING FROM NORTH AND EAST LONDON
Use the Blackwall Tunnel and then the A20 road as far as Sidcup. Then use the A232 to Keston Common, turn right into Baston Road (B265), following it for about two miles as it becomes Hayes Street and then Hayes Lane. Cray Wanderers FC is on the right hand side of the road just after the mini roundabout.
These routes may not be the most direct, but they will cut out congestion in places such as Lewisham, Catford, and Bromley, and will keep you away from traffic jams, particularly if you are travelling by coach.
FOR VISITORS ARRIVING BY TRAIN
The nearest railway station to the ground is Bromley South, which is serviced by trains from London Victoria and the south-east coast. Trains run regularly up until about 23:30 midweek and usually later at weekends. There are also about two services an hour from London Blackfriars. If your train into London goes via East Croydon, it may be easier to get off there and catch the 119 bus to the ground (approximate journey time is around 40 minutes).
FOR VISITORS ARRIVING ON FOOT (FROM BROMLEY SOUTH STATION)
Turn left out of the station and then right shortly afterwards into Westmoreland Road, at the traffic lights by the T-junction near the Police Station and the Churchill building. Turn left after the church, into Hayes Road. Take care to follow the road when it bears round to the left rather than ending up in Cameron Road. At the end of Hayes Road turn right into Hayes Lane, having first crossed Hayes Lane using the traffic island near the mini roundabout. The entrance to the ground is about 200m on your left.
FOR VISITORS ARRIVING BY BUS
The 119 (Bromley to Croydon), 146 (Bromley to Downe) and the 314 (Eltham to New Addington) all go past the ground.