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Press Release: Macclesfield Town

The Club can confirm that our first League game of the season away to Macclesfield Town has been postponed following a National...

Summary: Bromley 4-0 Crystal Palace XI

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Interview: Neil Smith on 4-0 pre-season win

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Goals: U23s vs Maidstone Utd

BFCtv brings you the goals from our U23s 2-2 away draw at Maidstone United on Friday 25th September.

Winning weekend for Youth Academy!

It was a clean sweep for our Youth Academy teams on Saturday as the U13s, U14s, U15s & U16s all secured victories....

Bromley’s away trip to Solihull Moors on the 12th December has been selected for live broadcast on BT Sport.

The match will now kick-off at 5:20pm with the BT Sport cameras in place to capture events for the December fixture.

The following is a press release from The Vanarama National League.

The National League and BT Sport are delighted to announce no fewer than 14 live matches as we gear up for the return of football in little over three weeks’ time. 

Following the release of the 2020-21 fixtures on Tuesday, BT Sport have confirmed their selections for the first three months of the new campaign, with every team appearing on BT Sport. 

BT Sport are once again fully committed to their incredible coverage of the Vanarama National League with the season’s first month seeing six exclusively live matches. 

Their seventh year bringing the action to life begins with one of the league’s new boys on the opening day. 

King’s Lynn Town and Yeovil Town raise the curtain on October 3 and the match at The Walks gets underway at 5.20pm. 

Four days later it’s Meadow Lane as National League North play-off winners Altrincham head to Notts County kicking off at 7.45pm. 

The games in the first four weeks come thick and fast. On Saturday October 10, it’s Aldershot Town’s turn to host a televised clash as returning Macclesfield Town fall under the camera’s gaze. 

Wrexham vs Maidenhead United follows just two days later – the Monday night action comes from the Racecourse, before a big one between promotion hopefuls as Chesterfield and Stockport County do battle on Saturday October 17. 

The month concludes with Torquay United’s visit to Hartlepool United. 

November starts with Notts County facing Stockport County, before a first ever trip to Weymouth for a league match for BT Sport with Wrexham arriving in Dorset. 

Wealdstone are in the spotlight on Saturday November 21 for their derby with Sutton United, with December starting at Weymouth with FC Halifax Town’s visit. 

Solihull Moors v Bromley is the selected game a week later, with Dover Athletic and Dagenham & Redbridge offering a festive fix on Boxing Day. 

The final game of 2020 is Woking’s home fixture with Eastleigh on December 28, followed by the New Year beginning at Barnet as Boreham Wood make the short trip to the Hive on January 2. 

Live BT Sport match selections (kick-off time): 

Saturday October 3 King’s Lynn Town v Yeovil Town (17:20) 

Wednesday October 7 Notts County v Altrincham (19:45) 

Saturday October 10 Aldershot Town v Macclesfield Town (17:20) 

Monday October 12 Wrexham v Maidenhead United (19:45)

Saturday October 17 Chesterfield v Stockport County (17:20) 

Saturday October 31 Hartlepool United v Torquay United (17:20) 

Tuesday November 10 Notts County v Stockport County (19:45) 

Saturday November 14 Weymouth v Wrexham (17:20) 

Saturday November 21 Wealdstone v Sutton United (17:20) 

Saturday December 5 Weymouth v FC Halifax Town (17:20) 

Saturday December 12 Solihull Moors v Bromley (17:20) 

Saturday December 26 Dover Athletic v Dagenham & Redbridge (17:20) 

Monday December 28 Woking v Eastleigh (TBC) 

Saturday January 2 Barnet v Boreham Wood (17:20)

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Wembley 1949

1949 – A Historic Victory

On the 23rd April 1949, Bromley won the FA Amateur Cup in front of over 93,000 people at Wembley Stadium.

1949 – The Team

When football had no substitutes, a 2-3-5 formation was preferred and when goalkeepers had no gloves. Tom...

1949 – The Gallery

We are incredibly fortunate to have a collection of images and video from our 1949 FA Amateur Cup Final win.