The East London Blues are having an interesting start to the season. They have played only four league games and are yet to win one, losing at Chalfont (2-0) and Ware (last Tuesday 3-1) and at home to FC Romania, after an opening day draw with Marlow (2-2). Their performances in cup games have been rather different however. After beating Heybridge Swifts 2-0 in the FA Cup Preliminary round, they put six goals past Dunstable Town, beat Kings Langley 3-2 on penalties (after a 2-2 draw) and finally went out 3-1 at Hartley Wintney in the Third Qualifying round. Last Saturday, they progressed to the third Qualifying Round of the FA Trophy after a 1-0 victory over Harlow, and now face Sittingbourne on 31 October.
Simon Lane's young Westfield team have also had a mixed start with two consecutive league victories, but some recent reversals at home to Hanwell and Hertford. Why not get down to the Community Building tomorrow to support his entertaining new team? If it's still raining, there is cover on and under the balcony, and also in the new 100-seater stand behind the goal.
Admission, payable at the turnstile, is £8 adults, £5 OAP & Students, and U16s free. We accept cash or card at the gate, where you can also buy our 24-page matchday programme pictured, for just £1. Woking FC season-ticket holders from previous seasons are warmly welcome to Woking Park for a reduced admission of just £5 (£3 concessions). We are also now welcoming students of Woking College to first team games free of charge, subject to college ID.
Upon arrival at the ground, you will be given a quick temperature test. If you are able to download the evePass app to your phone before arrival, this will help our busy volunteers with the required Track and Trace requirements. After registering on the app, it's just one click to scan the QR code signs for check-in once inside the stadium.
If you do display any signs of COVID-19 symptoms (NHS link here for information), please do not enter the stadium, as you may be placing others at unnecessary risk.
The clubhouse will be open as usual (with a one-way system in place, and face masks required whilst not seated), offering a full bar service of soft and alcoholic drinks, and a selection of rolls, crisps, etc. The attached balcony, with a great view of the game, will be available to all fans and club officials, subject to social distancing numbers, for this match.
The tea bar under the balcony will also be open on Saturday for teas, coffees, rolls and light refreshments.
We look forward to seeing you all tomorrow, usual 3pm kick-off.