Friday 9 February 2018

Sister Club: Ex Blues Football Club

Learn more about Sister Club, Ex Blues Football Club.

Millwall Lionesses announced their sister club partnership with Ex-Blues Football Club for the 2017/18 season.

The Ex-Blues Club was founded in 1945 by five former members of 228 Squadron Air Training Corp in memory of their friends and colleagues who went to war and never came back.

In 1947 both a cricket and football team were formed.

The football team played in the Bromley & District League in the early years. It is now known as the Orpington & Bromley District Sunday Football League.

The team went on to win many titles and had three players go on to play for Bromley Town in the mid-fifties.

John Martin, an excellent player, went on to become a referee in the Premier Division of the Football League.

The Football Section of the club currently has 13 teams.

Two senior teams and one Vets team. Ex-Blues’ 1st team have won their league and gained promotion in the last two consecutive seasons.

Three Junior Girls teams playing in the KGLFL at U12, U13 & U15.

Seven Junior Boys teams playing in TYFL at U7, U8, U9, U10, U13, U14, U15.

Ex-Blues main sponsor is EMICO.

We welcomed Ex-Blues to our FA Cup victory against WPL South side Coventry United Ladies.


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2 Manchester United Women FC 13 59 34
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