bromley fc non-league football in London

Club Profile


​​A proper day out for some non-league football in South London, Bromley are higher in the pyramid than ever before and just might be popping up into the Football League soon.

LOCATION: Bromley is in the southeastern part of Greater London, about thirty minutes out from the center by train.

CONTACT:, 020 8460 5291, #WeAreBromley



Honestly, it’s about the same history as Boreham Wood, Dulwich Hamlet, and any number of other non-league clubs who have never made the Football League. Bromley was formed in 1892, played in a bunch of London-area leagues, won some obscure Cups and leagues—especially in the 1950s—and recently has made a surge upward. In 2014-15 they won the…


Nearby Sutton United is a rival, but they went and got promoted to the Football

Women's Team

Bromley Ladies play in the amateur London and South East Regional Women’s Football League, which is at tier 6 of the pyramid. Home games are at Hayes


There’s a band called Dogstand who recorded several songs about Bromley, including a version of Newcastle United’s “Blaydon Races” about walking down Mason’s Hill to see the Bromley


Hayes Lane is your very standard non-league ground—two stands and two terraces—with home supporters who switch ends at halftime to be behind the goal the boys are shooting at. Capacity is 5,150, of which 1,300 are seats. But it’s the pitch that most people know about; it’s a 3G surface, which replaced grass in 2017. It’s one of very few in the…

Going to a Game at Bromley

GETTING THERE: The station you want is Bromley South, which is about 20 minutes from London Victoria and 35 minutes from London Bridge. That’s a mile from the ground, so either walk it or take bus 119 (Purley Way) or 314 (New Addington) from just outside the station to Hayes Road, about a 5-minute walk from the ground. PUBS: The best option is…

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