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In light of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Bromley Football Club would like to update supporters on our operations. 

1st Team & U23s

The Club can now confirm that the 1st Team and U23s have been told not to return to training this week. This is following Monday’s announcement from the National League that the competition is suspended until 3rd April, and the latest guidelines from the Government.

Academy

Academy scholars will continue their education programme at their respective campuses in line with Government guidelines. However, training was suspended from Monday 16th March, with all fixtures being postponed. BFC Girls Academy National Football Youth League fixtures also being postponed.

Youth Academy 

All Youth Academy (JPL U12s-16s) fixtures and training have been cancelled.

Youth 

Training for our Youth section has been postponed along with respective Leagues postponing fixtures.

Community 

Our Community projects have also been postponed until further notice. This includes our Saturday Morning Soccer Schools and PAN Disability sessions.

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Everyone connected with the Club are encouraged to stay up to date with the latest public health advice, which is made available here https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

For the latest information surrounding our Academy campuses please visit; https://www.ravensbourne.info or https://www.lsec.ac.uk/news

LAST UPDATED: Tuesday 17th March, 11am. 

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