|Full name||Frank Charles Bromley|
|Date of birth||1872|
|Place of birth||Southampton, England|
|Date of death||1 August 1938|
|Place of death||Hendon, England|
|Playing position||Forward, centre-half|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Life and career
The younger brother of Charles "Ned" Bromley, Frank Bromley made his debut appearance for St. Mary's on 21 January 1888 in the third round of the Hampshire Junior Cup, scoring from the position of centre-half in the 4–0 win over Lymington, his only appearance of the season. Bromley also made just one appearance in the tournament the following season, in the first round against Havant, scoring four of his side's goals in the 5–0 win.
In his third season with the club, Bromley became a more prominent member of the St. Mary's lineup, playing in all four games of the Junior Cup and scoring in one as the Saints won the tournament for the third consecutive year. He also played in every competitive match of the 1890–91 season, scoring in each round of the team's first Hampshire Senior Cup win in the process and playing in both Hampshire County Cricket Club Charity Cup matches.
|Season||Club||Hampshire Junior Cup||Hampshire Senior Cup||Hants CCC Charity Cup||Total|
|St. Mary's total||6||6||3||3||2||0||11||9|