Thank you for choosing to visit us at Bromley FC.
All away supporters can expect a warm welcome to Hayes Lane from our staff and stewards who are on hand to help make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
This section of the website contains links to travel information, what to expect when visiting BR2 and lots of information to make your visit to Bromley a positive experience.
How To Book Your Tickets
Tickets can be purchased in advance online by clicking here. You have the option of printing your ticket off to bring to Hayes Lane with you and scan at our turnstiles. Alternatively, you can add your ticket to the wallet on your mobile phone and scan when you arrive.
Please note if you book in advance, you make a saving as opposed to purchasing your ticket on the day, when there is a slight price increase.
ON THE DAY
Tickets can be purchased on match-days from 1:30pm on Saturdays 6:15pm on weekday games from Entrance Two.
Which Stand Shall I Sit In?
The East Terrace runs parallel to the John Fiorini Stand, behind the dug-outs giving you a great view of the match and catering options nearby.
How do I get to Hayes Lane?
Bromley Football Club Hayes Lane
From the M25 Motorway – Leaving M25 at Junction 4, follow A21 to Bromley and London, for approximately 4 miles and then fork left onto A232 s/p Croydon/ Sutton.
At the second set of traffic lights turn right into Baston Road (B265), following it for about 2 miles as it becomes Hayes Street and then Hayes Lane. Bromley FC is on the right-hand side of the road just after a mini roundabout. There is ample free car parking. Free parking is also available for minibuses and coaches.
- Arriving from the Croydon/Surrey areas should use the A232 and turn left into Baston Road (B265). Follow the road for approximately 2 miles where it becomes Hayes Street and then Hayes Lane. Bromley FC is on the right hand side of the road just after a mini roundabout
- Arriving from West London should use South Circular Road as far as West Dulwich and then via Crystal Palace, Penge, Beckenham and Bromley South area
- Arriving from North and East London – use the Blackwall Tunnel and then the A20 road as far as Sidcup. Then use the A232 to Keston Common, turn right into Baston Road (B265), following it for about 2 miles as it becomes
- Buses numbers 314 and 119 run frequently to and from Bromley South railway station (nearest station) which is approximately 20 minute walk from Bromley Football Club
Please note, Broomfields Bar & Kitchen will not be open for away supporters.
Turnstiles will open at 1.30pm for 3pm kick-offs and 6.15pm for 7.45pm kick-offs.