|Matchday pass numbers:||Away = 181-186, All = 187-188|
|Fixtures Secretary:||Darren Smith|
|Correspondence address:||196 Dumbreck Road, Eltham, London SE9 1RH|
|Program Editor:||Clive Smith|
|Colours:||Shirts: Royal Blue; Shorts: Royal Blue; Socks: Blue; Keeper Shirt: Grey|
|Change strip:||Shirts: BurgendyShorts: Burgendy Socks: Sky blue Keeper Shirt: Yellow|
|Midweek home games||Wednesday|
|Brief Directions:||Meridian Sports & Social Club is situated opposite Charlton Park in Charlton Park Lane, take the turning into Hornfair Park Lane from the A207 Shooters Hill Rd , or take the turning into HaHa Road from the South Circular Rd at Woolwich Common, both these routes take you directly into Charlton Park Lane.|
Bridon Ropes FC History
Bridon Ropes F.C. began life as a factory team back in 1935. It was formed from workers at the British Ropes Works in Charlton, London, and became known as British Ropes F.C.
In the early days the club played in various minor local leagues until eventually joining the South London Amateur League, a few years later they started playing in the Greater London League which they left in 1975 to join the London Spartan League, still under the name of British Ropes, but in 1990 the factory changed its name to Bridon Ropes and the football club changed its name to Bridon Sports . They then won Division Two of the Spartan League in 1991–92 and the London Junior Cup. In 1992–93 the club changed its name to Bridon Ropes FC.
In 1997–98 they became founder members of the Spartan South Midlands Football League Division One South, however they left the league the following season to become founder members of the London Intermediate League. Bridon Ropes later joined the Kent County League Division One and were champions in the 2009–10 season, achieving promotion to the Premier Division.
In 2011–12 they became founder members of the Kent Invicta Football League.
Since the reformation to the SCEFL First Division Bridon finished 7th in 2016-17 then 5th in 2017-18 and 4th in 2018/19 showing an improvement year on year.
The 2019/20 season was abandoned due to Coronovirus so now we go into the 2020/21 campaign aiming to continue our progression as a club.
London Spartan League 2 Winners 1992-1993
Kent County League Division 2 Runners Up 2005-2006
Kent County League Division 1 Winners 2009-2010
Kent Junior Cup Winners 1992-1993
London Intermediate League Cup Winners 1999-2000
London Intermediate League Cup Winners 2000-2001
London Senior Trophy Winners 2013-2014