Sunday 29th November 2pm
FA Trophy 3rd Round Qualifying
Where do they play?
Mill Field, Mill Road
Whats the cost?
Whats the ground like?
For those of you who love the bygone era of old football stadiums then you will love the panorama of the ground when you stand on the east side of the ground. The old main stand (not that there is a new one, it is just old), sits high on the terrace, with a fenced off paddock in front and has smart blue seats with AFC in white picked out. Views are good from here.
How do I get there?
M25 Northbound (anti-clockwise)
Exit the motorway at Junction 31 (A1306, first junction after Dartford Tunnel). At the roundabout follow the directions for the Aveley. Turn off and head up Ship Lane. At the mini-roundabout on the High Street turn left. At the next mini-roundabout turn right into Mill Road. The entrance to the ground is 600 yards on the right (after St. Michael's Close).
Please note: due to a sharp left from Ship Lane onto the High Street coaches may find it easier to follow the instructions for Southbound traffic.
M25 Southbound (clockwise)
Exit the motorway at Junction 30 and turn right (A13 London). At the next junction (A1306) follow signs to Rainham / Wennington. Turn immediately right into Sandy Lane (B1335) to Aveley. At the next roundabout turn right into Mill Road. The entrance to the ground is 300 yards on the left (after St. Paul's Close).
Bus 372, which operates from Hornchurch to Lakeside, passes the ground.
London Underground travellers can get off the tube at Elm Park on the District Line and catch the 372 which stops outside the station.
You can also pick up the 372 from Rainham Railway Station (London Fenchurch Street to Grays).
How did they do last weekend?
A 1-0 home win over Enfield Town which lifts them to 10th in the table
Anything else I should know?
Since leaving their old Recreation ground Grays have shared at East Thurrock and also Rush Green. They are hoping to move back into a purpose built community stadium and are working with local authorities to push the project forward.
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