2019/20 playing kits revealed

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Bromley Football Club are pleased confirm the design of the Club’s playing kits, manufactured by Macron, ahead of the 2019/20 season.

Once again, the Ravens will stick with Red as the away colours, with Blue remaining as the third choice.

We are delighted and very thankful to be able to confirm the support of Southwark Metals, Westminster Waste and Sarcoidosis UK, all of whom will appear on the shirt.

Kit 2019 on pitch

The Club have made the decision to play in an ‘all white’ home kit next season, meaning playing shorts will now also be white, as per the 2014/15 Conference South winning season.

Supporters can pre-order the new shirts by visiting our online shop. We anticipate these to be available to collect during the course of the week beginning 8th July. <CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR ONLINE CLUB SHOP>

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