Bromley FC celebrated a historic promotion to the English Football League with an open-top bus tour.

Fans turned up to celebrate the club's achievement in reaching the Football League for the first time in its history.

On May 5, the close match that saw a 2-2 deadlock after extra time but Bromley FC beat Solihull Moors 4-3 on penalties.

News Shopper: Bromley FC celebrate promotion with bus tour at the GladesBromley FC celebrate promotion with bus tour at the Glades (Image: @bromleyfc/X)

The atmosphere reflected the importance of the occasion, with players singing out of the double-decker bus. 

As they made the trip into the town centre, fans cheered and waved the players on. 

The open-top bus began its route at Bromley FC grounds on Hayes Lane yesterday (May 11).

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It travelled through Hayes Road, Westmoreland Road, the High Street past Bromley South Station, and finished at the Elmfield Road entrance to The Glades.

A spokesperson at Bromley FC said: “It is an incredible time for the club, and we have been overwhelmed by the support we have received throughout the whole season, including Sunday’s win at Wembley.

“It is so great to have this opportunity to bring these celebrations back to Bromley and we thank everyone all those who have supported us over the years leading to this remarkable time in the club’s history.”