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Bromley’s Professional Development side recorded yet another victory under the lights at Hayes Lane on Friday evening.

After Jaepdon Phillips hit the post, Bromley took the lead on 26 minutes through D’Jean Spencer, who took advantage of poor defensive play from the visitors and surged into the box and curled an effort into the bottom corner.

However, Town equalised on the stroke of half time, as a header at the back post was directed beyond a crowd of white shirts in the six yard box.

However, Bromley took just two minutes to regain their lead in the second half, as Phillips headed home from close range, after Spencer’s initial shot had hit the underside of the crossbar.

The lead was extended less than ten minutes later, as Spencer converted Ollie Tanner’s cross from the six yard box. Tanner himself made it four at the death, confidently slotting home when one on one with the goalkeeper after being found in space.

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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.