Club Statement – United against Racism

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Bromley Football Club would like to remind its family of players, volunteers, staff and supporters that we wholeheartedly condemn any form of racism.

Although we cannot control those who choose to identify as a so-called ‘supporter’ of our beloved club, we must and will make it clear that they are not welcome at Hayes Lane and action will be taken against them. Bromley Football Club will always investigate any claims when brought to its attention.

We want Hayes Lane to be an inclusive and welcoming community hub for everyone without fear of discrimination. 

We are proud of the role we play within our community and the many cultures represented within our family of players, volunteers, staff and supporters throughout our 128 year history.

In these tough times, more than ever, we must remain united and we will continue to work together with all of our community to eradicate any form of racism and discrimination. 

#WeAreBromley

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