|Managed by Catalyst|
|Arena||Bremerton Municipal Field|
|Fan Club||The Bomb Squad|
The Bremerton Bombers (known commonly as The Bombers, Bremerton, or The Blue-Greens) are Bremerton, Washington's only club. They compete in USA's division VI.659.
|Original club sold following disappearance of manager|
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Bremerton Municipal Field
The club's arena, Bremerton Municipal Field at Blackbrick, is located in downtown Bremerton and seats 48,000 adoring fans. The arena was formerly named Paul A. Lewellan Field, but the name changed after the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce funded the majority of the arena's recent expansions. The name Blackbrick comes from the fans' nickname for the stadium, since its structure is made of charcoal-shaded brick. The arena is widely regarded as the loudest spot in Bremerton on a sunday afternoon, and cheers can be heard from miles away due to the open-aired stands. The stadium is also the home of the Washington Division 3 High School soccer playoffs, and is the largest open-aired stadium on the Olympic Peninsula.
Bremerton Athletic Complex
The Bombers management complex is located in Bremerton only two blocks from the stadium, and features state-of-the-art indoor training facilities for the players and team staff. The complex was built in late 2005 after the old complex in the Greenlake district of Seattle was sold to a neighboring Barnes and Noble looking to expand. The team management is widely regarded for favoring a defense-offense approach to the game, instead of ball-possession style tactics. The front office employs 30 employees, 10 of which are seasonal, to schedule friendly games, market the team to the community, and accomplish other club tasks.
The Bombers uniforms consist of a dark blue shirt with a single royal blue diagonal stripe crossing from the left armpit to the right hip and passing behind the Bombers' emblem, mint blue shorts accented with a light blue, and green gradiented socks. The team's away uniform is nearly identical to the home uniform, except with green shirt and shorts along with blue gradiented socks. The team has also been known to wear a different color of socks for some matches to commemorate various events. The uniforms are new as of season 29; prior to the change the team wore blue uniforms with vertical stripes, and prior to the name change the team wore red uniforms.
The Bomb Squad
The team's official fan club, the Bomb Squad, as of October 2006 has just under 2000 members, most of who are also season ticket-holders. The fans are notoriously loud during the home games; the press has declared Bremerton Municipal to be the "loudest stadium in V.250." Despite the team's poor performance in recent years, the number of fans in the fan club has actually increased slightly. The fans have recently formed The Bremerton Report, which originally started as an unofficial fan site for the club but now has received the honor of becoming the club's official site.