Jack Holland says it’s been a “privilege” to play for Bromley after it was announced he would be leaving the club this summer.
The former Crystal Palace midfielder made 374 appearances and scored 28 goals for the Ravens.
The 29-year-old has also won the Player of the Year award three times.
Former Millwall and Charlton Athletic youngster Ben Williamson has also been released.
Holland posted this farewell message on Instagram: “After eight seasons of playing for my boyhood club, the time has come to move on to the next chapter of my career.
“As you can imagine there are too many people to thank individually so I would first like to thank all the managers and coaching staff that have helped me throughout my career at Bromley.
“All the players that I have had the pleasure of sharing a dressing room with and all the backroom staff who might normally go unmentioned and unseen but have always helped myself, and are a pivotal part of the club.
“And most importantly the fans who have supported me from the day I joined the club and made it an honour to play in front of every week.
“It’s been a privilege to have captained and made history for the club. I wish the club, players, staff and the fans all the success going forward.”
PICTURE: KEITH GILLARD
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