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Bromley Football Club’s Professional Development Squad (U23s), proudly supported by Skillcrown, now has a number of new education and playing qualifications available to study.

If you are a Year 14 student from September 2021 and no older than 18 on 31st August 2021, please complete the football application form below.

If you are applying for the coaching and developing sport course please apply via www.ucas.com. The UCAS code for this course is C600. The university code for Bromley College is B97. If applying for the Level 3 Personal Training diploma all course information will be sent following your application.

If you are between 19 and 23 and have played professionally and been released or are currently playing semi-professional level, please complete the form below and attach a playing C.V. via the file upload option. Should you have any issues with the upload please email: u23PDS@bromleyfc.co.uk.

Between the 17th and 19th November, LSEC are running online open days for those looking to apply to the HNC course at the Bromley Campus. You can sign up to one of the online open day sessions by clicking here.

If your application is successful we will respond with the full trial details. If your application is unsuccessful then we wish you all the best with your future in football.

All football related information will be sent separately to your education pathway choices.

Football Application

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