Bromley have welcomed 19-year-old defender Ben Wynter to the club.
Wynter joins the Ravens after signing his first professional contract with Palace a year ago.
He failed to make the first-team for the Eagles last season and was released last month.
Manager Neil Smith said: “We’ve watched Ben for a while when he was at Crystal Palace and I tried to bring him in last season. I’m delighted to have signed Ben, who can play centre-back or right-back, and I want him to develop under the guidance of Alan Dunne. He’s a great acquisition not just for the short term but for the long-term.”
Wynter added: “I’m delighted to sign for Bromley. It was an easy decision for me personally. I’m a local boy from the area and when I found out of the interest from the club I sat down with the manager and when he shared with me the plans for the future of the club and for myself personally I knew I wanted to be a part of it. The club is definitely going in the right direction and I can’t wait to get started”.