All Aboard! Wood To Bus Their Fans To St Albans

Boreham Wood want to up their FA Cup chances by helping some of their fans get to St Albans City for free.

The Vanarama National League club want to avoid being on the wrong end of an upset.

St Albans are expecting a big crowd and over 1,500 watched their National League South win over Bath City on Non-League Day.

Luke Garrard is expecting a tough test for his side in a game kicking off early due to the tie being selected for BBC streaming.

The Wood have confirmed that they will cover the cost of getting their fans to the game at Clarence Park.

More than 30 can jump on mini buses which leaves Meadow Park on the morning of the match.

Garrard knows all the support his side can get will be welcomed and designed the game as 'a huge challenge' again their local rivals.

We will be speaking to Saints boss Ian Allinson ahead of the tie against his former club on Friday.

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