Ravens’ season to continue despite new lockdown

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Following Monday night’s Government announcement on the new national lockdown, the Club can confirm that our first-team’s National League season will continue.

We will provide further updates on the wider ramifications that the new lockdown will have on other areas of the Club including our Academy’s FA Youth Cup tie scheduled for next week.

At this time though, we would like to once again reiterate that we are here for you during these testing times. And be reassured that it is okay to not be okay. Don’t suffer in silence, reach out if you are struggling.

Our Community support careline remains open which is aimed at helping the vulnerable within our local community. We welcome calls for those who need help with shopping or retrieving essentials, need some advice, or just a friendly voice to chat to!

Supporters can contact us on 0208 460 5291. The phone line is open from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Alternatively, if you know of someone who would benefit from a call from us, email info@bromleyfc.co.uk. For more details please click here.

Click here to find a range of support lines that can offer specific help for those suffering from mental health challenges.


Following the news the Ravens will continue their next stage of preparations ahead of Saturday’s Vanarama National League clash at home to Chesterfield. The team reported for medical assessment at Hayes Lane today, and will return to full training from Tuesday 5th January.

Matchday Live will bring you full coverage of the National League encounter from 2:30pm on Saturday, click here for all the details!

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