Cray Wanderers pilot event

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As ever thank you for your continued patience and understanding. We plan to be able to provide a full comprehensive update on all things Bromley FC including ticketing and new signings this time next week.

In the meantime, as part of the latest update in FA guidelines, we are working with Cray Wanderers to host pilot events as we begin the process of welcoming supporters safely back to Hayes Lane.

This coming Sunday (30th August) a young Cray Wanderers XI will play host to a young Glebe XI at Hayes Lane, KO 1pm.

The capacity will be limited to a maximum of 300 spectators and the event must be all ticket meaning no tickets will be available to purchase on the day.

Tickets are on sale at £5 general admission via the link below.

Please note the £5 admission charge is purely an attempt by all parties to cover our operating costs for this unique pilot event. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation in advance.

Tickets can only be purchased one at a time as each ticket purchased will need to have the full contact details for the supporter in order to comply with NHS track & trace purposes. 

Entry will be available from midday via the main turnstiles and supporters will be seated in The Glyn Beverly Stand only. Our Pizza Hatch and Marquee Bar will be open on the day.

Supporters attending please familiarise yourself with the below site plan ahead of your visit.

Upon successful completion of this pilot event, we hope to be able to host a Cray Wanderers XI vs Bromley XI fixture with an increased capacity of 600 on Saturday 5th September. Full details will follow next week.

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