‘Ravens Weekly’ Podcast Episode 7 – Listen Now!

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We’re back for week seven! Jeff, Matt and James are back with more discussion about all things Bromley FC…

This week’s episode (which you can listen to at the bottom of this page) includes: a review of the recent game against Aldershot Town, interviews with Roger Johnson and the returning Adam Mekki, as well looking ahead to Saturday’s visit of Salford City. We also get the lowdown on the academy and the community side of things at the Club, plus we ask supporters what their first ever Bromley game was!

We always welcome views, messages and questions from listeners and supporters.

This week we are asking supporters to share their first ever Bromley game they attended with us and we’ll share it on next weeks episode 8.

You can get involved and tweet us @bromleyfc or email podcast@bromleyfc.co.uk 

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Wembley 1949

1949 – A Historic Victory

On the 23rd April 1949, Bromley won the FA Amateur Cup in front of over 93,000 people at Wembley Stadium.

1949 – The Team

When football had no substitutes, a 2-3-5 formation was preferred and when goalkeepers had no gloves. Tom...

1949 – The Gallery

We are incredibly fortunate to have a collection of images and video from our 1949 FA Amateur Cup Final win.