Festive fixtures rescheduled

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The Club can confirm that two of our postponed fixtures from the festive period have now been rescheduled.

New dates:

Sutton United (H) – Tuesday 19th January, KO 7pm

Sutton United (A) – Tuesday 2nd March, KO 7pm

Both fixtures with Sutton United were due to be played on Boxing Day and 2nd January, with an away fixture to Dagenham & Redbridge scheduled for the 28th December. Because of confirmed cases of Covid-19 within the squad, staff members entered a 10 day isolation period on 23rd December. This therefore led to the postponement of the festive fixture list for the Ravens.

Sutton United also announced a confirmed Covid-19 case during the past week, seeing their fixture with Dover Athletic on 28th December postponed.

The rearranged date for our away match at Dagenham & Redbridge will be confirmed in the coming days.

Bromley’s next fixture will be the home clash with Chesterfield on Saturday 9th January, a reminder that this game will take place behind closed doors.

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