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(affiliated Kent County Football Association)
Formed 1930

Honorary Patron Dave Homewood
Honorary President Chris Dorsett

Vice Presidents
J. Allan, D. Andrews, D.M. Andrews, N. Bacon, J. Barling, R.M. Bower, C. Cook, M. Day, S. Donald, R. Fitzgerald, G. Gibbs, A. Gigg, H.H. Hills, G. Holloway, I. Holloway, P. Intrieri, J. Kelly, S. Kingham, Mrs U. Knott, C. McQuillan, G. Mackett, L. Milton, R. Mummery, M. Perk, T. Perk, B. Sheppard, R. Sim, J. Stafford, D. Stanley, M. Valler, C. Watson, L. Williams, S. Wilson.

Vice Presidents [Deceased]: D. R. Hover, P. Knott, W. E. Mickelborough, T. F. Stafford, M. V. Stanley.

Executive Committee
Dave Homewood (Honorary Patron/Treasurer/Youth Project Officer), Chris Dorsett (Honorary President), Stan Donald (Chairman/Gen Sec), Shane Cowley (Vice Chairman), Matthew Twyman (Maintenance), Debby Claber (BG Valiants rep), Fred  Moon (Site Partnership Rep)

Waterside Sports and Childrens Centre, Turner Close, South Willesborough, Ashford, Kent  TN24 0PQ

Green and white shirts/green shorts and socks
Change kit blue and white shirts/blue shorts and socks

Ashford & District League; Ashford & District Sunday League; Ashford & District Youth League; East Kent Youth League; Kent Disability Football League

Official Website

Official Facebook pages
Bromley Green FC
Bromley Green Seniors
Green Army

Contact by email for all initial enquiries: Dave Homewood

Contact for fixtures/referees enquiries: Stan Donald
01233 627916

Contact club representative for EKYL & ADYFL: Sean Phelan

Contact for ADYFL fixtures: Pat Penfold

Contact by email for club history/research: Derek West

Contact details
Dave Homewood [Honorary Patron]
Chris Dorsett 07525751777 [Honorary President]
Terry Perk 07742002419 [Executive: Welfare Officer]
Stan Donald 07595434647 [Executive: Chairman]
Shane Cowley 07980786421 (Executive: Vice Chairman)
Matthew Twyman 07752422522 [Executive: Maintenance]
Debby Claber 07510523658 (Executive: BG Valiants)
Fred Moon 01233 645629 (Executive: Site Partnership Rep)
Derek West 07799272926 [Club Researcher/Historian]
Pat Penfold 07484651925 (Under 10s EKYL manager; BGV Adults manager)
Grant Turner 07887985424 (U10s ADYFL manager)
Sid Hone 07972007910 (U11s team manager)
Lorraine Lee 07969133218 (U11s admin)
Leah-Ann Mooney 07828918404 (Youth Dev Group admin)
Barrie Castle (Under 12s manager) 07976877928
Jane Waters 07443118317 (Under 12s admin)
Thomas Habgood 01233365435 or 07508258078 (Under 8 Colts team manager)
Ian Mace 07739862897 (Saturday senior team manager)
Connor Gower 07776478864 (Sunday senior team contact)
Martin Wirt 07787556388 (Under 15 ADYL team manager)
Duncan Randall 07841289587 (U15 Colts team manager)
Claire Randall (U15 Colts admin)
Sean Phelan 07944188876 (U15s EKYL team manager)
Rob Finn 07530098467 (U14s ADYFL team manager)
Mark Smith 07865068885 (U14s ADYFL team rep)
Debra Finn 07786968225 (U14s ADYFL admin)
Aaron Maul 07849197365 (BG Valiants U16s manager)
Emma Castle 07508463718 (BG Valiants U13s admin)
James Porter o7850541747 (Under 8s manager/BG Valiants U11s manager)
David Spencer (BG Valiants & U13s coach)
Charlie Fletcher (Manager U13s) 07563695163
Becky Graham (U13s admin) 07874336486
Nicholas Cook (BG Valiants coach) 07939021154
Mark Day (First Aid; Sunday seniors assistant manager) 07745274650

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24 responses to “Contact Us

  1. not sure who the guy staring at shaba whilst taking his top off but heres my caption ‘look guys i know this is a match but weve got an even bigger competition to win who looks better with there shirt off shab or ________?


  2. dave homewood

    Thanks Charlene
    For future captions, please click on Competition and comment as it keeps all the entries together. I note the spelling of Shaba…why Keith hasn’t told me himself not sure but anyway good to hear from you and hope to see you at games? Bfn Dave


  3. Chairman Stan

    Chairmans Report April 14th
    I have just returned from a Ground Inspection at Waterside this morning for promotion to the Premier Division. Only a few minor details to sort out but they will get done. I would like to thank Trent and Jacqui for making the place look good, especially for clearing the litter in the MUGA, which is technically not our responsibility. Further to that I have confirmed with the Council that we will soon have our own wheely bins enclosed in their grounds, which will be a blessing for a lot of us with the problems we continue to have with rubbish. In my conversation with Kareen at ABC regarding this I mentioned that we had cleared the MUGA rubbish which went down well.
    I hope so far nobody has fallen asleep with their Ovaltine at their side (Trent !), but all these things along with the start this Saturday of the Youth Project and Under 10s training, are part of what in the background the Club is committed to do. Like spending over £1,000 to get 5-a-side goals, which will not only be used for our Club competition in the summer but will be used regulary at training with the youngsters.
    I am delighted as the Chairman to be able to talk about our first taste of success this season, after the Sunday 1st team’s triumph in bringing the Premier Division Cup back to the Green. Well done Steve and all the lads. This as Steve has said should be the kick start to what could be a great season for the Club. Two more possible Cups to be won, and the League still in our grasp. Keep at it and just take one game at a time lads.
    The Saturday 1st team are firing on all cylinders with 2 Finals to come and the League in our own hands. I know that we have lots of games coming thick and fast, and I know how angry we all are about Premier calling off the other night. Rest assured the League have had a strong letter from me regarding that farce. The outcome of which we will just have to wait and see. I know Dave would wish to win the League by playing every game, and that is what I would say too, so rise above it, forget it and show the rest just how good a squad you are, as everyone at the club are right behind you. Just be careful with your discipline, as it could be crucial and we do not want players banned from what is going to be a crucial period of the season.
    I am also delighted that the Sat 2nds are back at the top and the League is in your own hands. Both squads deserve great credit, and with the games to come I am sure there will be call ups, so be prepared and keep fit.
    Again with the Sat 3rds, what an achievement in their first season, to finish probably runners up at least. I can only say well done. Some of you are going to spend a long time at the Club, and you are part of the future.
    This Sunday we are back at Homelands to support our Sunday 2nds in the Sheber Trophy Final. I know how much it means to Ian and Trent to get there, but it means nothing if you lose. So to all the Squad – good luck and make sure you give it your best shot – and win. Then you can concentrate on climbing up the League.
    These are heady times at our Club at the moment, all very positive, which can only be good for the future. what with the Race night on the 23rd april at the ground (Please support this), the introduction of the Under 10s, the Waterside 6-a-side tournament in July, and the re-introduction of the 100 club things are on the up. It takes everyone involved in the club to get there, so all I ask is for ALL of you to keep positive and keep us there.

    I would like to finish off my report to you all, by mentioning how pleased and delighted it was to see young Ryan Holloway with a pint of beer in his hand at last Sunday’s final. Everything is put into proportion in life when someone so young has gone through what he has recently. Ian and the family know that all of us at Bromley Green will do anything to assist in his ongoing rehabilitation. I wish you a speedy and full recovery Ryan.

    So wear the jersey with pride, give it your best, and the very best of SCOTTISH luck to you all for the rest of the season. (Wake up Trent!)


  4. good luck to all teams, all divisions.
    from the carpenters, tom lee and paul


    • davehomewood

      When are you going to visit your old club Mr C? The sun is shining, we are winning everything and the beer [well I don’t have to tell you about that Tom … nothing changes!]


  5. hello dave sounds like a great invitation i wish we lived closer but when come over we go to portsmouth and bournemouth and to london so kent is a long way but you never know i would love to bung a couple of hundred behind the bar for the best mates a man could have i loved the football and the sporting way it was always played, love to all tom carpenter.


  6. Morning guys! It would be great to have you at the English International Super Cup 2013, in association with Bolton Wanderers FC, Male: U7-Yth, Ladies: U12,U14,U16,U18 & Open!


  7. Shishman Shishmanov

    I am 19, striker, played in Bulgarian FC Pirin Razlog (2nd level of the bulgarian football) all formations, now i play for the medway campus university team playing in the BUCS football league. I am looking for a new team.


  8. Hi guys, im jaz and im going to be joining bromley girls on Monday.


  9. Hi my names Bradley I play for Faversham strike force Under 18’s I was wondering if the player that got injured when playing the french team at the tournament on Saturday 8th June is alright


    • davehomewood

      Hello Bradley and thank you for enquiring. Joe has had an op … it was a pretty grim break … I will put an update on the website when I know more. There was some outstanding football played but one or two of the French players somewhat spoiled the atmosphere. Spitting is just about the limit. Some of our lads are up at your tournament this Saturday so I hope it all goes well. Regards Dave


  10. Mrs lawrence

    I was wondering if you need an under 13player my grandson a team he played for last year no longer play


  11. To Whom it may concern,

    I will qualify as (1st4sport Level 1 Award in Coaching Football (QCF) (3D). The course will be held in Canterbury at University of Kent on 12th OCT.

    I am currently coaching an Under 16 however I am looking for a change.

    I was wondering whether you may have a coaching opportunity available.

    Kind regards,


    • davehomewood

      If you would like to email your details and/or cv to me, I will get back to you. Which club are you you attached to at present? We also need to know the area where you live, if you have transport as all coaching posts require attendance at our Waterside Ground for a minimum of three times a week (two for training and one for matches). Look forward to hearing from you. Please email to the following address:


  12. deshaun alldis

    when can people start training for Bromley green under 15


  13. deshaun alldis

    can I train again what time is training and when does it finish


  14. Hi,
    I am looking for a club to join. Is there any place left for a midfielder in u18s? I would like to ask: what league is the under 18s in? What are the training times and the match times?



    • davehomewood

      Hello Parbat
      We are still holding trials/training for U18s
      East Kent Youth League
      Training on Tuesday and Thursday 6.45pm meet in the clubhouse
      We have friendlies line up and the during the season we play Sunday mornings
      Hope to see you
      Kind regards
      Dave Homewood


  15. Martyn smith

    Hi just wondering what’s the youngest you start training , and what days do you train many thanks martyn


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