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Travelling To Bromley? Everything You Need To Know!

27 September 2021

Joining us down in Bromley this Tuesday? Kristine Green provides you with all the information you require!

What colour kit will the team be wearing?

It’s an outing for our red kit this time. 

What’s the ticket information?

After 4pm Monday, tickets can be purchased online via Bromley’s website, with further information to be issued soon.  There will be no tickets to purchase on the turnstiles themselves.

Those with standing tickets should enter via Exit 2.

Anybody in the seating area should also enter via Exit 2 – they will then be escorted to their seats in the Glyn Beverly Stand.

What time will turnstiles open?

Turnstiles open at 18.15 

How do I get to the ground?

Leave the M25 at Junction 4 and take the A21 towards Bromley and London. After five miles turn left at the traffic lights onto the A232 towards Croydon/Sutton. At the 2nd set of traffic lights turn right into Baston Road (B265). Continue straight on this road through Hayes. The road becomes Hayes Lane and after the mini roundabout, the entrance to the ground is down on the right.

Where is the best place to park?

Hayes Lane has a small car park that costs £2.  This is on a first-come, first-served basis. Once full it's street parking.

If you require disabled parking please call 020 8460 5291 or drop them an email to tickets@bromleyfc.co.uk

What is the nearest train station to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?

Bromley South Railway Station, served by trains from London Victoria,  is around a mile from the ground (15-20 minute walk) so factor this in if you’ll be elsewhere in London before travelling in for kick-off.

There is a 119 bus towards Croydon (bus stop Y) stops right outside the ground and runs every 10-14 minutes before kick-off and every 15 minutes after the game.

Recommended pubs for away fans?

The Ravens Bar at the ground is home fans only.

The Bricklayers Arms in the closest pub to the ground welcoming both home and away fans. Located on Masons Hill, around a 15-minute walk away from the ground. 

Slightly further up Masons Hill is The Crown of Bromley which will also be welcoming away fans.

If you’re coming into Bromley South there’s a Wetherspoons called the Richmal Crompton that will also welcome away fans.

Food available in the area?

There’s a Domino’s on Mason’s Hill and a Toby Carvery on Bromley Common as well as other takeaways along Masons Hill.

Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?

The nearest cashpoint is at the Southern Co-Operative on Homesdale Road, about half a mile away.

What food and drink is available at the stadium?

The Exit 2 outlet will have alcohol and is covered from the predicted rain, although space is at a premium with a healthy number of tickets sold. Exit 5 (closest for those transferred to the seating) will not have alcohol.

Usual football food will be available including burgers and pies. Both cash and card will be accepted at Exit 2 outlet (standing) and Exit 5 outlet (seating). Card payments are preferred to speed up service.

Is a programme available?

Programmes are available for £2.50 – payment by cash or card, with card preferred.

What the flag policy?

Flags are permitted but must not be placed in front of advertising boards.


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