Club face masks available to pre-order

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Bromley Football Club official face masks are now available to pre-order for arrival in mid-August.

The design is all black with a Club crest featuring on the one side, and incorporates a high quality breathable, flexible and comfortable material. The masks are washable and are designed for long term use. A visual representation can be found below.

Supporters can purchase theirs below at just £5 each, plus £2.50 postage and packing. Please note, the Club are not currently offering a click and collect option, so all purchases must be posted.

There are still a selection of match worn and match prepared shirts available in our online shop, as well as a range of other items. Click here to browse our other items >

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Wembley 1949

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