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4 July 2014

Free open day at The Lamex for all to enjoy!

Stevenage fans young and old are reminded they have the chance to meet the new 2014/15 squad and enjoy a tour of The Lamex Stadium at a special "Meet the Players" event this Saturday

On Saturday 5th July, all supporters can take a look behind-the-scenes at Stevenage FC before taking seats in the West Stand to be introduced to all the new players including Ronnie Henry, Sam Beasant, Tom Pett, Simon Walton and Calvin Zola.

Fans will start their experience by entering the Directors Entrance from 2.15pm and be able to take in the hospitality boxes, boardroom, players' lounge, home changing room and match officials room before walking out into the stadium through the tunnel. There will also be a chance to sit in the press box like a true journalist and be interviewed in the media area like a manager or player post-match for a special video about the event.

At 3pm manager Graham Westley will then introduce his squad to the fans and take part in a short Q&A session.

Following this, fans will be welcome to The Broadhall Suite where - as well as receiving a complimentary drink, using a voucher available on the day from the Club Shop, which will be open for season ticket and merchandise sales - they will be able to talk to the players themselves and get autographs and photos. The Broadhall Suite will then remain open to screen the World Cup Quarter Final between Belgium and Argentina, which kicks-off at 5pm.

Parking will be available on the day in the East Terrace car park and at Fairlands Valley. The West Stand car park and Executive Suite car park will be reserved for players and club staff.

The players, management and staff at Stevenage FC look forward to seeing you all there!

1pm - Stevenage FC shop opens
2.15pm - Stadium opens for tours, starting from the Directors Entrance
3pm - Manager Graham Westley to introduce his new players to the fans in the West Stand
4pm (approx) - Fans welcome to The Broadhall Suite for a complimentary drink and the chance to meet the players and get autographs, photos etc
5pm - World Cup Quarter Final between Argentina and Belgium shown live in the Broadhall Suite

Travel Information
Fans attending this event should plan extra time for their journey due to the Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth. The northbound entry slip road and southbound exit slip roads on the A1(M) junction 7 are closed until 3pm on Monday. Fans travelling southbound into Stevenage should come off at exit 8 and go along the A602 Hitchin Road, A1072 Gunnels Wood Road and A602 Broadhall Way. Motorists travelling northbound from Hatfield  / Welwyn direction can still exit at junction 7 but could well experience delays, so should plan their journey accordingly.

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