Bostik League – Tweet your matchday journey competition

As part of the Lower Thames Crossing’s ongoing local community engagement, we are working with the Bostik League to celebrate matchday journeys across Essex, Kent and the South-East in the Bostik League.

Bostik clubs

Our competition invites fans of Bostik League clubs to take a photo on their way to a Bostik League club game and post the photo to the Lower Thames Crossing (@lowerthames) Twitter account using the hashtags: #BostikLeague, #NonLeagueFootball, #FootballAwayDays and #SouthEastFootball.

The best photo as judged by a panel of Bostik League representatives will win a family ticket to Wembley for Non-league finals day on Sunday 19th May 2019 (see Terms and Conditions of entry).

Working with the Bostik League the Lower Thames Crossing has produced a set of video case studies featuring the Bostik League Chairman, Nick Robinson.

Our videos document the issues faced by the league and the clubs in travelling to and from games, and highlights how building the Lower Thames Crossing could improve travel experiences for the clubs, supporters and league officials and also how the Lower Thames Crossing could open new growth opportunities for the Bostik League.

The Lower Thames Crossing is a proposed road and tunnel linking Essex and Kent. If built the new crossing could benefit the Bostik League by improving the road network across Essex, Kent and South-East England. Meaning that teams, matchday officials and fans could benefit from fewer disruptions, closures and delays when travelling to games. The Lower Thames Crossing could also create opportunities for the Bostik League to grow and develop by improving access of teams in Kent to teams in Essex and vice-versa. In the videos below Bostik League Chairman, Nick Robinson talks about what he thinks the Lower Thames Crossing could mean for the League.