Hayes Lane is located in South London and home to National League side Bromley FC. Big thanks to Andrew Davidson for providing the information for the guide!
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Stadium Guide by Football Tripper
Bromley have played at Hayes Lane since 1938 and it has a total capacity of 5,150 with 1,606 seats. In the last few years the ground has seen a number of changes, with a 4G pitch installed and the opening of the Glyn Beverley stand. Bromley share the stadium with Cray Wanderers and Crystal Palace ladies.
Away fans Guide
Away fans are given a portion of the side east terrace and a share of the north terrace. This area has a food and drinks outlet, although it doesn’t serve alcohol. For the visit of sides with a very small following, no segregation is enforced. The club allow disabled visitors access to the seating area.
Best Pubs Near Ground
The nearest pubs are a Wetherspoons opposite Bromley South station and the Bricklayers arms. As both are about a twenty minute walk away, I would recommend having a drink at the ground in the Raven’s bar.
Food - Places to Eat
Bromley shopping centre has all the food outlets you would expect in a large retail area. The ground itself has an excellent range of food, at a reasonable price.
There is a small BFC shop just inside the main turnstiles which sells a range of club merchandise at good value prices.
There are currently no formal tours of the ground.
Bromley FC Tickets
Available in advance or on the day. Free children’s tickets can be obtained in advance when buying an adult ticket.
Visiting the Stadium - Travel
Hayes Lane is situated between Bromley and Hayes.
Driving: The club’s postcode is BR29EF for satnav reference.
Train - Public Transport
The nearest BR station is Bromley South, which is about a twenty minute walk away. Hayes station is also a possibility if traveling from London Bridge or Charing Cross.