Arsenal v Olympiakos – UEFA Youth League

All the details you need for attending the UEFA Youth League game today.

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The Thrylos youngsters had an impressive UYL campaign in 2014/15, with a W4 D1 L1 record in the group stages. Last year saw the side beating Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Malmo all away from home. The impressive form showed in the group stage allowed them to reach the Round of 16 where they lost narrowly to Shakhtar Donetsk who went on to become losing finalists to Chelsea.

This season the youngsters started the group stage with a good win against Bayern Munich 1-0. Today sees the side play their Matchday 2 fixture against Arsenal. Fans attending the Arsenal v Olympiakos match at the emirates tonight are encouraged to make the short trip to Boreham Wood to show their support for the future Thrylos stars. Here are all the details you need to make the trip and show your support for Thrylos in two games today!

Where: Boreham Wood FC, Meadow Park, Broughinge Road, Boreham Wood, WD6 5AL

When: Kick off 1400 BST (1600 EEST)

Cost: Free entry Arsenal FC – Academy Tickets

How to get there: Trains run from central London to Boreham Wood. The station you need to alight for the ground and purchase your ticket for is Elstree & Boreham Wood. Trains depart central London from St Pancras International and the journey time is 22-24 minutes. When returning to London after the game St Pancras International is on the Piccadilly line for the London Underground, Arsenal is just three stops away on the tube.

Train times from St Pancras International to Elstree & Boreham Wood:
Dep: 1210 Arr: 1234
Dep: 1224 Arr: 1246
Dep: 1240 Arr: 1304
Dep: 1254 Arr: 1316
Dep: 1310 Arr: 1334
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Getting to the ground: When you come out of the train station, turn right and walk down Borehamwood High Street until you come to McDonalds on your left. Turn left into Brook Road.
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Please come along and support Olympiakos as they look to make it two wins out of two in the UYL. With a 1400 kickoff time, it allows for plenty of time to get back to central London without rushing and still being able to enjoy a drink or a bite to eat before the big match at 1945.

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