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Bromley Football Club is pleased to announce that the end of season awards ceremony will take place on the pitch following the match against Ebbsfleet United.

Supporters are asked to respect the post match process tomorrow and refrain from entering the pitch at any time unless asked to do so by a member of staff or over the PA system.

The players will return to the dressing room for a post match team talk after the match, before emerging around ten minutes after. Following this, the order of events will be:

  • Appearance landmark awards
  • Leading goalscorer
  • Committee player of the season
  • Management team player of the season
  • Players’ player of the year
  • Supporters’ player of the year
  • Speech from Neil Smith
  • Speech from Co-owner and Chairman of the Board Robin Stanton-Gleaves
  • Presentation of shirts to player sponsors
  • DJ in the Ravens Bar from 3:15pm

For any supporters who can’t make the shirt sponsors’ presentation, please respond to the email sent out regarding this, or call the Club on 0208 4605291.

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