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Beckenham Imps

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Orpington & Bromley Sunday League − Fourth Division − London − England

Contact details

c/o 23 Adams Way, Croydon, Surrey

Home ground

Langley Park Sports Centre
Hawksbrook Lane

Directions to Beckenham Imps

Team photograph

Beckenham Imps  image

Home colours

Yellow Shirts with Navy Blue Trim,
Navy Blue Shorts & Socks

GK - Pink Shirt, Black Shorts & Socks

Away colours

Orange Shirts, Black Shorts & Socks
GK - Yellow Shirt, Black Shorts & Socks

3rd Strip
Green Shirts, Shorts & Socks
GK Grey Shirt, Black Shorts & Socks

Sponsors and supporters

KD Flooring Limited
020 8654 5920

Board members

Club President - Steve Ruben
Chairman - Neal Davies
Manager - Simon Quantrell-Evans
Captain - Neal Davies
Vice-Captain - Jase Henderson

Honours and awards

Club Honours:
Southern Area League - Division 1 Runners-Up 1999-2000
Orpington & Bromley District - Promotion to Fourth Division 2005-2006
Jack Standen Cup Final - Runners Up 2006-07

Imps Hall Of Famers:
Steve Ruben
Dave Robbins
Neal Davies
Steve Harney

Further information

Club Motto - Forza Il Imps

Founded in 1986 by Ruby & Robbo, the club has gone from strength to strength and through thick and thin during its history.

The Imps played their initial seasons in the Southern Area League and in the 1999-2000 season, finally clinched the first honour in the clubs established history under Ruby after finishing Runners-Up in Division 1 and immediately applied for a transfer into the OBDSFL, the Sunday League with the best reputation in the whole of the South East region.

In 2000, the Imps were elected into Division 4 of the OBDSL after many years within the Southern Area League and remained in the fourth division for three years before their tragic relegation in the summer of 2003 by Goal Difference.

The Imps have narrowly missed out on promotion over the past two seasons, being denied on the final day of the season on both occasions, with only 1 point seperating the Imps from a top three slot in the 2004/2005 season.

The 2005/2006 Season saw the Imps celebrate their 20th Anniversary of competitive football under the new Manager Evo and was celebrated by a new Orange Home kit, sponsored by new club sponsors, KD Flooring Specialists.

After a eventful season, the Imps finished fourth and have been offered a discretionary promotion under OBDSFL rules forbidding the runners-up from promotion, meaning that after finishing fourth place for the second season running, the Imps have been granted promotion for only the second time in their club history after the squad voted to accept the leagues offer after a second ballot.

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