Leyton Orient

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Leyton Orient Football Club is a professional football club that plays in League Two which is the fourth tier of English Football. Managed by Nigel Clough and have been enjoying a good run of form recently.

In our Leyton Orient Football Club guide, we provide all of the essential information regarding the squad, upcoming fixtures and results to the heritage of Leyton Orient’s football history.

Leyton Orient Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Leyton Orient 2023:

Goal Keepers

Sam Sargeant
Solomon Brynn18 (0)010
Samuel Howes6 (0)000
Dean Brill
Rhys Byrne
Arthur Janata
Jaedon Phillips


Tom James17 (3)040
Ed Turns13 (2)060
Brandon Cooper14 (0)051
Idris El Mizouni20 (3)050
Omar Beckles11 (1)130
Jayden Sweeney5 (3)020
Harrison Sodje0 (1)010
Adam Thompson
Jordan Brown17 (5)180
Robert Hunt11 (5)130
Lewis Hobbs


Daniel Nkrumah
Theo Archibald20 (3)150
George Moncur10 (8)100
Shaqai Forde6 (9)331
Darren Pratley8 (5)040
Ethan Galbraith11 (8)131
Max Sanders3 (5)010
Antony Papadopoulos
Jordan Graham10 (6)030
James Dayton
Brendon Shabani
Charlie Pegrum1 (5)000
Makai Welch
Daniel Happe17 (2)031
Abdi Mohamud
Matt Young
Jephte Tanga
Josh Clarke
Jordan Lyden

Attacking Midfielders

Daniel Agyei0 (2)000
Joe Pigott18 (5)420
Aaron Drinan6 (8)100
Ruel Sotiriou21 (2)750
Matt Harrold
Zech Obiero1 (1)010
Sonny Fish
Reon Smith-Kouassi


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Leyton Orient Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Sun 03 14:00ChesterfieldAway
Sat 09 15:00DerbyHome
Sat 16 15:00CheltenhamAway
Sat 23 15:00BoltonAway
Tue 26 13:00CharltonHome
Fri 29 19:45WycombeHome
Mon 01 15:00Cambridge UtdAway
Sat 06 15:00BlackpoolHome
Sat 13 15:00PortsmouthAway
Sat 20 15:00BoltonHome
Sat 27 15:00ReadingAway
Sat 03 15:00CarlisleHome
Sat 10 15:00BarnsleyAway
Tue 13 19:45NorthamptonHome
Sat 17 15:00Burton AlbionHome
Sat 24 15:00Oxford UtdAway
Sat 02 15:00Bristol RoversHome
Sat 09 15:00WiganAway
Tue 12 19:45Port ValeHome
Sat 16 15:00StevenageAway
Sat 23 15:00ExeterHome
Fri 29 15:00Lincoln CityAway
Mon 01 15:00PeterboroughHome
Sat 06 15:00CheltenhamHome
Sat 13 15:00DerbyAway
Sat 20 15:00Fleetwood TownHome
Sat 27 15:00ShrewsburyAway

Leyton Orient Previous Results

05 Aug 2023Charlton Athletic v Leyton OrientL1-0League One
08 Aug 2023Plymouth Argyle v Leyton OrientL2-0League Cup
12 Aug 2023Leyton Orient v PortsmouthL0-4League One
15 Aug 2023Wycombe Wanderers v Leyton OrientL3-2League One
19 Aug 2023Blackpool v Leyton OrientD0-0League One
26 Aug 2023Leyton Orient v Cambridge UnitedW2-0League One
02 Sep 2023Leyton Orient v StevenageL0-3League One
05 Sep 2023Gillingham v Leyton OrientL2-1Football League Trophy
09 Sep 2023Exeter City v Leyton OrientW1-2League One
16 Sep 2023Peterborough United v Leyton OrientD1-1League One
19 Sep 2023Leyton Orient v Fulham AcademyD2-2Football League Trophy
23 Sep 2023Leyton Orient v Shrewsbury TownW1-0League One
30 Sep 2023Fleetwood Town v Leyton OrientL1-0League One
03 Oct 2023Leyton Orient v Lincoln CityLeague One
07 Oct 2023Leyton Orient v ReadingW2-1League One
14 Oct 2023Carlisle United v Leyton OrientW0-1League One
21 Oct 2023Leyton Orient v BarnsleyD1-1League One
24 Oct 2023Northampton Town v Leyton OrientD2-2League One
28 Oct 2023Burton Albion v Leyton OrientD0-0League One
04 Nov 2023Leyton Orient v Carlisle UnitedW3-1FA Cup
07 Nov 2023Leyton Orient v PortsmouthL1-2Football League Trophy
11 Nov 2023Leyton Orient v Oxford UnitedL2-3League One
21 Nov 2023Leyton Orient v Lincoln CityL0-1League One
25 Nov 2023Leyton Orient v Wigan AthleticD1-1League One
28 Nov 2023Bristol Rovers v Leyton OrientD1-1League One

Popular Questions

When was Leyton Orient Football Club founded?

Leyton Orient Football Club was founded in 1881.

What is the nickname of Leyton Orient Football Club?

The nickname of Leyton Orient Football Club is “The O’s”.

What is the highest league position Leyton Orient Football Club has achieved?

The highest league position Leyton Orient Football Club has achieved is third in the second tier of English football, which was then known as the old Division Two, in the 1961-62 season.

Manager History

09/03/2022 – 30/06/2024Richie WellensEngland26/03/1980
23/02/2022 – 08/03/2022Matt HarroldEngland25/07/1984
01/07/2021 – 22/02/2022Kenny JackettWales05/01/1962
28/02/2021 – 30/06/2021Jobi McAnuffJamaica09/11/1981
28/02/2021 – 24/03/2021Jobi McAnuffJamaica09/11/1981
16/10/2019 – 14/11/2019Carl FletcherWales07/04/1980
19/06/2019 – 27/02/2021Ross EmbletonEngland09/11/1981
29/11/2017 – 08/06/2019Justin EdinburghEngland18/12/1969
15/11/2017 – 28/11/2017Dean BrillEngland02/12/1985
15/11/2017 – 28/11/2017Ross EmbletonEngland09/11/1981
01/07/2017 – 30/06/2018Steve DavisEngland26/07/1965
31/03/2017 – 30/06/2017Ömer RizaTurkey11/08/1979
30/01/2017 – 30/03/2017Daniel WebbEngland02/07/1983
24/11/2016 – 29/01/2017Andrew EdwardsEngland17/09/1971
02/10/2016 – 23/11/2016Alberto CavasinItaly09/01/1956
27/09/2016 – 02/10/2016Andrew EdwardsEngland17/09/1971
13/04/2016 – 26/09/2016Andy HessenthalerEngland17/08/1965
21/01/2016 – 12/04/2016Kevin NolanEngland24/06/1982
01/07/2015 – 17/01/2016Ian HendonEngland05/12/1971
08/12/2014 – 13/05/2015Fabio LiveraniItaly29/04/1976
27/10/2014 – 08/12/2014Mauro MilaneseItaly17/09/1971
24/09/2014 – 26/10/2014Kevin NugentIreland10/04/1969
06/04/2010 – 23/09/2014Russell SladeEngland10/10/1960
04/04/2010 – 05/04/2010Kevin NugentIreland10/04/1969
05/02/2009 – 03/04/2010Geraint WilliamsWales05/01/1962
24/01/2009 – 31/01/2009Kevin NugentIreland10/04/1969
28/09/2003 – 21/01/2009Martin LingEngland15/07/1966
07/11/1996 – 14/10/2001Tommy TaylorEngland26/09/1951
01/07/1995 – 28/10/1996Pat HollandEngland13/09/1950
01/07/1994 – 30/06/1995Chris TurnerEngland15/09/1958
01/07/1991 – 30/06/1994Peter EustaceEngland31/07/1944
01/07/1982 – 30/06/1991Frank ClarkEngland09/09/1943
13/10/1981 – 30/06/1982Ken KnightonEngland20/02/1944
01/07/1977 – 30/06/1981Jimmy BloomfieldEngland15/02/1934
01/07/1968 – 30/06/1971Jimmy BloomfieldEngland15/02/1934
01/07/1966 – 15/02/1968Dick GrahamEngland06/05/1922
01/07/1961 – 30/06/1963Johnny CareyIreland23/02/1919
01/07/1956 – 30/06/1957Alec StockEngland30/03/1917
01/07/1953 – 30/06/1955Joe MallettEngland08/01/1916
01/09/1949 – 30/06/1955Alec StockEngland30/03/1917
01/07/1948 – 30/06/1949Neil McBainScotland15/11/1895
01/01/1935 – 30/06/1939Peter ProudfootScotland28/10/1879
31/05/1933 – 30/12/1933David PrattScotland05/03/1896
01/07/1931 – 30/04/1933Jimmy SeedEngland25/03/1895
01/07/1930 – 30/06/1931Peter ProudfootScotland28/10/1879
01/07/1922 – 30/06/1929Peter ProudfootScotland28/10/1879
01/07/1905 – 30/06/1906James JacksonScotland15/09/1875

Leyton Orient Trophies

Division Three (South)Runner-up1954-55
Division Three (South)Champion1955-56
League Division TwoRunner-up1961-62
League Division ThreeChampion1969-70
National LeagueChampion2018-19
FA TrophyRunner-up2018-19
League TwoChampion2022-23


Leyton Orient Football Club is a professional football club based in East London, England. They currently play in League Two, the fourth tier of English football. Leyton Orient is known for playing an attacking brand of football, with a focus on possession and quick, incisive passing.

They have a loyal fan base and a rich history, having been founded in 1881 and won a number of lower-league trophies over the years. In recent years, the club has also been active in the community, running programs to support local schools and charities. Overall, Leyton Orient Football Club is a respected and competitive team with a strong identity both on and off the pitch.

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