The Lilywhites first met Bromley in their first match in the Anthenian League on August 19th, 1950. A crowd that day of 7,227 saw a Bromley team, that included several Amatrur Internationals, completed out class them. Founded in 1882, they have had a number of home grounds including ones at the White Hart Cricket Ground, the Plaistow Ground, in Hayes Lane (1904-37) and their current ground which is just 300 yards from the old Hayes Lane Ground.
19.8.1950 Cambridge Town 0 - 6 Bromley
24.3.1951 Bromley 7 - 2 Cambridge Town Both of the goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Cowell.
18.8.1951 Bromley 4 - 3 Cambridge Town Two of the goals scored for the Lilywhites were scored by Rutherford and the other by Bowd.
20.10.1051 Cambridge Town 2 - 4 Bromley Rutherford and Bass scored for the Lilywhites. At the end of the season, Bromley left the Anthenian League for the Isthmian League.
Southern Conference (NL 2)
22.12.2007 Cambridge City 1 - 2 Bromley Cambridge City team: Davies, Bruce, Radcliffe, Chaffey, Theobald, E'Beyer, Bowditch, Simpsson, Gash, Midgley and Fuller. Subs used were Youngs for Fuller, Wales for E'Beyer and Roache for Midgley. Youngs scored the Lilywhites goal.
24.3.2008 Bromley 3 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Timms, Bruce, Radcliffe, Chaffey, Theobald, Smith, Hanvier, Simpson, Gash, Roache and Fuller. Subs used were Midgley for Roache, Roberts for Midgley and E'Beyer for Hanvier. Scorer for the Lilywhites was Roche.
F.A. Amateur Cup
11.1.1958 Bromley 2 - 0 Cambridge City First Round
31.10.1987 Cambridge City 6 - 2 Bromley 2nd Qualifying Round Scorers for the Lilywhites were Grogan (3), Genevese (2) and a Lockhart penalty as the Lilywhites beat Bromley for the very first time.
30.10.2004 Bromlwy 0 - 3 Cambridge City 4th Qualifying Round Cambridge City team: Roberts, Pope, Chaffey, Fuff, Langstan, Scott, Miller, Williams, Sadler, Robbie Simpson and Binns. Subs used were Dell for Robbie Simpson, Josh Simpson for Miller and Summerscales for Sadler. The scorers for the Lilywhites, as they booked a placed for themselves in the first round, were Binns (2) and Langstan.