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Leyton Orient FC

Leyton Orient FC
Football Club Details
Also known as
The O's
Year Formed
1881
Ground
Brisbane Road
Colours
Home: Red and white checked shirts, black shorts with red and white trim
Away:
Brisbane Road The Home Of Leyton Orient FC
Brisbane Road The Home Of Leyton Orient FC
Capacity
13842
Address
Leyton Orient FC
Leyton Stadium
Brisbane Road
Leyton, London
E10 5NE
Telephone
020-8926 1111
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
Tube Station
Leyton 0.4 miles (0.6 km)
Railway Station
Leyton Midland Road Railway Station 0.7 miles (1.1 km)
Motorway Junction
M11 Jnct 4 3.2 miles (5.1 km)
Airport
London City 4.7 miles (7.6 km)
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All Time Records
Attendance
34345: vs West Ham United 25/01/1964 FA Cup R4
Best league win
8 - 0: vs Crystal Palace 12/11/1955 Division 3S
Worst league loss
0 - 8: vs Aston Villa 30/01/ FA Cup R4
Best cup win
9 - 2: vs Chester City 15/10/1962 League Cup R3
Worst cup loss
Most capped player
John Chiedozie: 8 Nigeria
League appearances
Peter Allen: 432 1965/78
League goals
Tom Johnston: 121 1956/61
Goals in a season
Tom Johnston: 35 1957/58 Division 2
Transfer fee received
£600,000: John Chiedozie Notts County August 1981
Transfer fee paid
£175,000: Paul Beesley Wigan Athletic October 1989
Honours
League Titles
Division 2 runners-up 1961-62, Division 3 winners 1969-70, Division 3 (S) winners 1955-56, runners-up 1954-55
FA Cup
Europe
League Cup
Other