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This Saturday we as a Club will be taking part in a fundraising campaign to support the NHS charities, and we need your help!

The Campaign

Set up by Myles Anderson, ‘Myles for the NHS’ has been fundraising for the NHS charities bringing in players, supporters and staff from across the National League. It is now Bromley Football Club’s turn to support the cause!

All donations will contribute towards NHS staff, volunteers and patients impacted by Covid-19.

Examples of how your donations will be used is; funding wellbeing packs, supporting isolated patients, providing longer term mental health support amongst many other fantastic initiatives.

For further information on the charity or campaign please click here.

How can you help?

On Saturday 23rd May we want Bromley Football Club to take part in the ‘London Marathon Remix’, having been nominated by fellow National League club Aldershot Town.

We need you to create a team to complete 26 miles worth of exercise! You can run, walk, cycle as little or as much as you wish as long as within your team you complete 26 miles. You don’t need to do the 26 miles by yourself!

To sign up your team please use the form below. Donations are recommended as £1 per mile completed but please do help where you can for what is a very important cause. 26 miles doesn’t have to be the limit either for your team but please do make sure you are following government guidelines when exercising in public.

If you are unable to get a team together please email and we will do our best to bring you into a team.

Bromley first-team players and staff will all be taking part on the day too as we look to make this a whole club effort!

When you take part in your exercise please track your distance using an app or smart watch, and please also send us photos and videos of your exercise. These can be sent to us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or email to

How to donate

Once complete as a team please send in your donation to the link HERE, and when you donate please leave your names/team name and use #WeAreBromley so we can see the Bromley supporters on the donation page!

If you have any questions, or would like to send in your team details so we can share them across our social media channels please email or send us a tweet @bromleyfc.

  • (Name, email address ect..)


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