Results & Fixtures for Leyton Orient FC
Football HQ brings you the Leyton Orient Football Club results service together with a fixture list as we see above. However, should you wish to see the current league position for Leyton Orient, click here. Their official club website is here.
After a recent spell in the National League, the club has managed to win promotion back to the English Football League (2019). We wish the club and their supporters all the luck in the world. Hopefully, they can retain their place in the main leagues and not suffer any more relegations into the minor leagues below.
Club Information, In Brief
To begin with, Leyton Orient FC is a football club from London, England. They came into existence in 1881 but then they had the name of Glyn Cricket Club. However, in 1888, they became known as the Orient. It wasn’t until 1907 that the club joined the Football League after an election process and by then they had the name, Clapton Orient. The club finally took the name of Leyton Orient after World War II and this name still prevails today.
The famous old club has a warm friendly, family atmosphere. However, their supporters have seen very few highs in their time. But they did come runners up in the old Second Division (2nd tier in English soccer) (1961/62 season). They also won the London Challenge Cup 4 times too (1912, 1972, 1973, 1993).
They have rivalry with Southend United after a spell in the same league and they compete in the A13 derby. Other rivals obviously include, Brentford, Dagenham & Redbridge, West Ham United, Barnet and Millwall.
Leyton Orient play at their Brisbane Road stadium which has a capacity of 9,271 (2019). The nickname for the club is simply the Orient or The O’s. Leyton play in a red strip at home and a blue strip on their travels.