With Saturday’s game at Fulham fast approaching, BIAS committee members Anna Mason and Gemma Teale met with Police, Club and other fan representatives to discuss the arrangements for away fans on the day. It was a very interesting meeting, and we were able to give feedback on policing and arrangements at previous fixtures as well as receiving information. Below is some of the key information Brentford fans need for Saturday: BEFORE THE GAME Pubs and bars The most
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Share your experiences and inform the club’s planning for the Brentford Community Stadium The Stadium team would like to know about your experiences attending matches, not just a Griffin Park, so they can make sure that the good and the bad are considered in their planning for the Brentford Community Stadium. The questions in this survey were created based on feedback received from supporters at the Stadium Team’s two consultation events held during September. Your answers will help them learn from your past experiences across the
Details of Brentford FC’s fifth Annual Remembrance Game, to remember the lives of all Brentford supporters who passed away in 2015 are as follows.
Brentford FC have agreed to a request from BIAS to host a Fans Forum
BIAS have been advised that that Brentford FC have budgeted for the current financial year for all staff to be paid London Living Wage, with an adjustment for staff aged 16-18, who will be paid slightly less than London Living Wage but more than the minimum wage.
After the shenanigans of the Griffin Park pitch and its relaying after two games it was apt that the Bees rocked up at Turf Moor looking for a game today. No Andre on show as the club shop were parading on show their No.7 Gray shirts in claret like a new trophy girlfriend. The Bees started with Vibe to fill a gap. The football was a bit tepid and passionless for a Northern away game, Burnley tight and rigid and
BIAS would like to thank Brentford Football Club for their kind gesture to both Brentford and Birmingham City supporters who would have been out of pocket after making travelling arrangement for the postponed fixture between the Clubs. It is a nice gesture, one that BIAS and supporters of both Brentford and the Birmingham City will welcome. Full details of the scheme and the conditions that apply how to make a claim are available on the Brentford FC official website site
First Away Day of the season and Marinus must have wondered what awaited him in Ciderland after a pressing first week. Andre for the crocked Jota as the Bees lined up in a 4-3-3 formation in front of a vocal 900 strong away following. 2 Minutes in Ayling in midfield skipped past one, then two in our middle and passed easily to Kodjia on the edge of the area, their new 2 million pound striker took one touch, Harlee and
BIAS has talked to the club on behalf of supporters about the potential date change for the QPR home fixture.
Fans of Greville Waterman’s Blog, BFCTalk, will enjoy reading his latest book “Ahead of the Game”