Leyton Orient

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Leyton Orient
Full name
Leyton Orient Football Club
First Season
1881-82
Ground
Brisbane Road (1937-present)
Wembley Stadium (1930)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives



Leyton Orient Football Club is a professional football club based in London, England. They are the second oldest football club in London to play at a professional level, and are known to their fans by their nickname "the O's." The club's home colors are all red. They have played home matches at Brisbane Road since 1937, having previously played at Millfields and Lea Bridge Road.

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