Bromley Football Club is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year and we have spoken to editor of the club's unofficial fanzine for his highs and lows.

Colin Head, editor of Bromley’s unofficial fanzine Two Footed Tackle, talked to News Shopper about his time as a supporter for 40 years this October.

“My father took me to my first game when I was six,” he said.

“I don’t remember much of the match, but I do remember walking into the ground and loving the feel of the place – the big old stand, the terraces and the smell of tea, tobacco, liniment and old wood.

“Junior Crooks was the standout player and my first football hero,” he added.

Asked whether his father was a fan too, he said: “Funnily enough, my dad and his dad before him are Cray Wanderers fans, but he moved to Bromley when he got married in 1963 and chose to take me to Hayes Lane.

“Cray have been ground-sharing with Bromley since 1998, which means we spend most of our Saturdays down the Lane now and I have started taking my son too.”

Colin also recalls his first-ever match, a 1-1 draw to Folkestone and Shepway in the FA Trophy in 1977.

There have also been some particular highs and lows in the years supporting the Lilywhites.

“The low points would be losing at home to Barton Rovers in Ryman Leave Division One in 2001 in front of only 93 fans, and going out of the FA Cup away to Hassocks [in the same season].”

Talking about particular highlights, he said: “The high point would be playing at Tranmere Rovers in a league game back in October 2015 and winning three promotions that have taken us to this level.

“Tranmere was so special because of their history and stadium, which is [Sky Bet] Championship standard.

“When they were playing in the League Cup final 15 years earlier, we were bottom of the Ryman League’s Division One!”

Talking about the Isthmian League Division One playoff final win against Horsham in 2005, he said: “That game was brilliant, the start of the recovery under a superb manager in George Wakeling who is a Bromley legend.

“We were 15th when he came back to the club in December 2004 and he took us on a superb run that resulted in promotion and an escape from six years of hell in Ryman’s Division One.”

Bromley travelled to Beckenham Town yesterday (Saturday, July 15).