Bromley Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook.
The 27-year-old arrives at Hayes Lane with EFL experience under his belt and reached the heights of League One during his career so far.
Charles-Cook began in the youth set-up at Arsenal before going on to gain his first taste of senior football at Bury during the 2013-14 season.
It was Coventry City where he first made a name for himself though, making over 50 League One appearances in a Sky Blues shirt. The shot-stopper was also part of the squad that clinched EFL Trophy glory in 2017.
Swindon Town proved to be his next destination and went on to become a regular starter in his first and only season with the League Two side.
Charles-Cook then swapped England for Denmark, signing for Superliga outfit SonderjyskE in 2018 before returning to the EFL with Shrewsbury Town shortly after.
The ‘keeper spent the 2019-20 season with Macclesfield Town before penning a deal with National League side Boreham Wood, his most recent club before Welling.
Our newest recruit also has experience on the international stage too, representing Grenada in their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying clash with Antigua and Barbuda earlier this year.
Welcome to Bromley, Reice!