Dogs at the ready, hare at the ready, punters to your marks. A packed evening of greyhound racing is in store at Romford Stadium. See below for ticket information.
There’s no better place to be on a Saturday night in Essex if you fancy a flutter. Weekend greyhound racing at Romford draws to a close for January with another night of top quality racing. A total of twelve races are expected on this evening’s card.
TICKETS, TIMINGS & TRAVEL
🎟️ Tickets are available via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.
General admission is £7pp/Under 18s £5pp.
A Party Pack option (Over 18s only) is available for £18pp.
Restaurant bookings in the Paddock Restaurant are £37.50pp. The package includes seating overlooking the winning line and a three-course meal.
🗝️ Gates open around 6pm.
🕕 *First race shortly after 7pm. Last race around 10pm.
🗒️ *Advance race card with full race timings and form guide will appear here in the week leading up to the meeting.
🚊🚗 Travel tips: Romford overground is the closest station to Romford Greyhound Stadium. It’s on the Great Eastern Line with direct services from London Liverpool Street. The station is around a mile from the stadium. Approximately a 20/25-minute walk. First-come, first-served car parking is available at the stadium if driving. See the Romford Stadium ‘Getting here’ guide for more information.
ABOUT ROMFORD STADIUM & PREMIER GROUNDHOUND RACING
Romford Stadium first opened its doors in 1929. A historic venue for greyhound racing the venue celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2019. This coincided with a £10 million refurbishment. Racing takes place weekly on Friday and Saturday nights with general admission at £7. The track is one of the most popular in the UK. It hosts three showpiece events on the greyhound calendar: the Coronation Cup, Golden Sprint and Champions Stakes.
The stadium is also open for racing on Monday afternoon, Tuesday morning, Thursday afternoon and Saturday morning when admission is free. Romford Stadium is one of two places to watch greyhound racing in London, the other being Crayford Stadium.
Romford Stadium is part of Premier Greyhound Racing. A global home of greyhound racing entertainment Premier Greyhound Racing is committed to the delivery of exciting and competitive racing at the best tracks in England. These include Romford and Crayford in the London area, along with Swindon, Monmore, Sunderland, Central Park, Yarmouth, Nottingham, Kinsley, Sheffield, Newcastle, Perry Barr, Hove and Pelaw Grange.