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Preview | Bromley (A)

1 December 2023

Bromley vs Rochdale AFC | Vanarama National League, Saturday 2nd December, Reloc8 Em Community Stadium, 3pm Kick-Off

We're back in the capital this weekend, as we visit Bromley in Vanarama National League action.

Dale are looking to make it four wins on the spin, but will face a tough task against the second placed Ravens.

Read all of the pre-match build-up ahead of the trip below.


Dale fans can pay on the day at Bromley, after 1.30pm on matchday. Prices rise on the day compared to those in advance.

Click HERE for full ticket details.


Harvey Gilmour says the squad is confident off the back of three successive wins.

Click HERE to read what he had to say on form, team spirit, changing roles and Saturday's game.


Having already faced Bromley this season, Saturday's game will be the first time that we face a club for a return fixture in this campaign.

The Ravens have had an excellent season so far and sit second in the table, having won 12 and drawn six of their opening 22 matches.

They were 4-1 winners at Hartlepool United last time out and played out a 2-2 draw at the Crown Oil Arena ealier in the season.

Their top scorer is Michael Cheek, who scored in the game at Dale, on ten goals.


Details on visiting Bromley's Reloc8 Em Community Stadium can be found HERE.


This will be just the third meeting between the clubs. Dale were 4-0 winners against Bromley in our first ever meeting, back in 2018, before the draw at the Crown Oil Arena in August.



Richie Watkins will be the referee for Saturday’s game. 

Peter Wilson and Karl Sear are assistant referees, with Michael Robertson-Tant as fourth official.


Those fans based in the UK & Ireland can listen to live match commentary, whilst overseas supporters can watch live via the National League TV platform. Click HERE for full details.

There will also be live updates via the club’s official twitter account.

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Match Reports

Report | Bromley 1-0 Dale

2 December 2023

Dale’s three-match winning run came to an end on Saturday, as second placed Bromley ran out 1-0 winners.

Jimmy McNulty’s men controlled the first-half and created a number of chances in the second, but Olufela Olomola’s goal ten minutes from time sealed the three points for the hosts.

There was one change from last weekend’s win at Dagenham & Redbridge, as Devante Rodney replaced Cian Hayes, who was recalled by Fleetwood Town during the week. It was the striker’s first start since the opening day of the season, having been out through illness.

On a bitterly cold afternoon in south London, Dale largely controlled the opening 45 minutes, although that didn’t quite relate into shots at goal for Jimmy McNulty’s men.

Ryan East saw a shot from the edge of the area well blocked and Rodney had an effort held low, but Dale were often a final ball away from creating a chance to open the scoring.

At other end, captain Ethan Ebanks-Landell put in a number of excellent interceptions to keep the hosts at bay, whilst Louie Moulden’s only save came from Deji Elerewe’s header which he held well.

The game opened up slightly after the break, with McNulty’s men coming close on a number of occasions.

Ian Henderson was inches away from turning home a pull back from Rodney, but strong defending denied him, before Jesurun Uchegbulam’s effort from a tight angle was turned behind by Bromley goalkeeper Grant Smith.

He then denied Rodney, who smashed an effort on target but saw it saved by the face of the goalkeeper, after Uchegbulam had skipped past his man and found the Dale striker.

East flashed an effort wide moments later, before a dangerous Uchegbulam cross almost fell for both Henderson and Rodney, but they couldn’t get a shot away.

Moulden held a Jude Arthurs free-kick well, but there was nothing he could do to prevent Olomola’s rifled effort into the top corner with ten minutes remaining.

The Dale stopper pulled off a fine save to keep it at 1-0 just a minute later, denying Michael Cheek’s one-on-one close-range effort.

Tyrese Sinclair, who had come on as a substitute for his return from injury, almost got in during added time but couldn’t get a shot on target, and his penalty appeals were waved away by the referee.

It would be the last opportunity for Dale, as second placed Bromley ended the winning run.

Dale XI | Moulden, Keohane, Ebanks-Landell, Nevett, John (90+2’ Afuye), Clayton, Gilmour, East, Uchegbulam, Henderson, Rodney (74’ Sinclair).

Subs | B Kelly, Taylor, Oduroh.

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Ticket News

Tickets & Travel | Bromley (A)

30 November 2023

Bromley vs Rochdale AFC | Saturday 2nd December 2023, Vanarama National League, Hayes Lane, 3pm

Tickets for our trip to Bromley next weekend are now on sale.

These are available to purchase via Bromley's ticketing website HERE.

Dale supporters must log in or register on the link, at which point they’ll then be able to select ‘match tickets’ and choose next Saturday's game, where you will see "Away Supporters" (you may have to scroll down the page to find the game).


Age Band Price
Adults £20


Under 16 £7
Under 11 £0

Please note that prices will increase by £2 from midnight the day before the game.

Under 11's are free with a paying adult.

Supporters should also note that the away section is an uncovered open terrace.

Access to the stadium cannot be gained until the away turnstiles open at 1.30pm, so please do not arrive ahead of this time. 

A limited number of seats are available in the home section for ambulant disabled supporters, along with wheelchair spaces. Please go through your disability liaison officer (if you have one) or ask supporters to contact

Click HERE to view Bromley's away supporters guide.


Supporters can purchase their tickets online in advance, or if you'd rather, you can pay on the day from 1:30pm.

Please note that it is card only on the day at the turnstiles. 


Some clubs in the National League may choose not to supply physical tickets and sell e-tickets via an online link instead. This is something that we have no control over, and something that did happen on one or two occasions with EFL clubs last season. It means that we cannot offer priority to Season Card holders when this occasion arises.

In cases where the clubs do supply physical tickets, we will be able to have control of the process, and therefore will ensure that Season Card holders are given appropriate priority.


The Club will not be running an official supporters' coach to this match.


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