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Bromley Football Club are delighted to welcome Emma Santer on board as Commercial Manager.

Having spent just under 17 years working in professional sport in a variety of roles, Emma has experience as Racecourse Manager at Folkestone Racecourse, CEO at Plumpton Racecourse and Commercial Director at Kent Cricket. In all the roles, she was responsible for the commercial partnerships and sponsorship for the venues.

She will now take up a similar role at Hayes Lane, managing all aspects commercial and sponsorship, helping our sponsors and partners get the very best from their relationships with the Club.

Emma was delighted to begin a new chapter at Hayes Lane; “I am excited to be joining Bromley Football Club as Commercial Manager, and am honoured to be joining such a forward thinking Club with an inspiring vision for the future, which includes not just ambitions on the pitch, but education and the construction of high class events facilities.” 

“I am looking forward to the opportunities that lie ahead for the Club, the people and the businesses in and around Bromley. I’m passionate about ensuring that sponsors and partners feel part of the sport and will always strive to make sure that they are visible externally, and to the supporters of the sport.” Santer added.

Director Jerry Dolke commented; “We’re delighted to be welcoming Emma to Bromley FC. Emma has a proven track record of managing and developing commercial relationships and I know she will help us deliver even more value and return for our proud sponsors, partners and those looking to work with the Club.”

Supporters will hear from Emma very soon, but those wishing to get in contact first can email her via, or connect with her on LinkedIn by clicking here.

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