Goalkeeper Long joins Bromley from Lincoln

The Bromley club crest on the side of Hayes Lane
Bromley were promoted to the Football League for the first time in their history in May [Getty Images]

Goalkeeper Sam Long has joined Bromley from Lincoln City for an undisclosed fee.

The 21-year-old made one National League appearance for the Lillywhites during a short-term loan in 2023.

Long made six appearances for the Imps, and spent time on loan at Drogheda, in Ireland, Boston United and Falkirk in Scotland.

He played 25 times for the Bairns in all competitions as the club won the Scottish League 1 title by 16 points. The length of his contract has not been specified.

Long becomes Bromley's third signing in three days, following midfielder Lewis Leigh from Preston and defender Omar Sowunmi, who rejoined the club from Sutton United.

Bromley earned promotion to the English Football League for the first time in the club's 132-year history by beating Solihull Moors on penalties in the National League promotion final at Wembley.

The Ravens begin their League Two season against Harrogate on Saturday, 10 August.