Boreham Wood want to smash their record attendance on Saturday – and manager Luke Garrard thinks they can do it!
Wood host Leyton Orient are the club have made a big push to get as many supporters through the door as possible.
The club’s current attendance record stands at 1,293 when they played Grimsby Town two years ago.
Manager Garrard has called on fans to make sure they are there in big numbers – and they could be a part of history.
“It would be a huge achievement to beat our attendance record and we are itching to do so; we want to make Boreham Wood supporters out of the whole town and Saturday is a big opportunity to do that.
“It will be an excellent day of football, the boys are all right up for it and are raring to go, they want to show these big club’s what the National League is all about.
“With so many Orient supporters expected to attend, of course we are going to need our fans to come out in full force. It is a big game, and one that we will be right up for.
“I would love to shatter our attendance record, but I want it to be our own doing. I want it to be because the Wood Army turned up in their droves to back us in what could potentially be our biggest match this season.”
On the game, Garrard said: “I think that it is fantastic, and we want to be able to give them a game, but we need our supporters to get behind us.
“We may not have the thousands that Orient do, but we’ve got a very loyal, and very noisy fan-base, who live for days like this.”