26 April 2024

Must read information ahead of Bromley vs Altrincham

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Must read information ahead of Bromley vs Altrincham

The Ravens host Altrincham in a National League play-off semi-final at Hayes Lane on Sunday 28th April, 4pm kick-off.

This fixture has completely sold out as we look forward to welcoming a bumper crowd to Hayes Lane. Please do not attend the stadium site if you do not have a match ticket.

Here’s all the need-to-know information ahead of Sunday’s game:


  • 12pm: Broomfields and the Jim Brown Club Shop will openClick here to read all of the information regarding our food & drink outlets and their opening times.
  • 1.30pm: Our Ravens Lounge and Exec Club opens. Ravens Lounge passes and Exec Club spaces have completely sold out for this fixture.
  • 1.30pm: Bear Island will open as we prepare to show Arsenal vs Spurs on our big screen! Click here for further details.
  • 2.10pm: Head over to Broomfields to cheer on Andy Woodman and his players as they make their way to the changing room via Broomfields.
  • 2.30pm: Turnstiles open. As this fixture is a sell-out, we strongly advise supporters to take their positions in the ground as early as possible.
  • 3pm: Team News! As the countdown to kick-off reaches its final hour, our line-up will be released at 3pm.


  • 4pm: A reminder that this fixture kicks off at 4pm.
  • Please note: if the scores are level after 90 minutes, we will head to extra time/penalties.
  • It is forbidden for supporters to enter the field of play after the full-time whistle. Any supporter found guilty of this offence will be penalised. 


  • FT: Our exclusive Man of the Match reveal and presentation will take place in Broomfields.
  • 7pm: Our Exec Club closes.
  • 9pm: Broomfields to close.


  • There will be additional free parking through Ravensbourne School from 1pm until 7pm.

Sunday marks our final home game of the season so we’d like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support so far this season.

Let’s get Hayes Lane rocking once more for our biggest home game in the club’s history.


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