Tickets are selling fast for our boat trip to Fulham next Saturday and the 1st boat has now sold out. Don’t miss out and get your tickets for the 2nd boat today! The boats have been booked to take us down river from Kew Pier, which is located on the (South side of Kew Bridge) will depart at 11:00 and arriving at Putney Pier (South side of Putney Bridge) at 13:00. If you are going, there’s no better way to go than
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BIAS has been asked to comment on recent rumours of a significant external investment being made into Brentford FC as reported in a number of national newspapers and on the Beesotted website. We acknowledge that the current owner is a lifelong Brentford fan with an unquestionable commitment to Brentford and it is our understanding that he is not intending to dispose of the club. If a significant proportion of shares in the club were to be sold, it is fundamentally
What a difference a week makes…”2-0 in your own backyard” seems to be the theme of these West London derbies at the moment. In summary, Fulham did to us what we did to QPR the previous Friday.
After meeting with some of the BIAS Committee before the Sheffield Wednesday home match, the club responded to the EFL questions regarding the Whole Game Solution. BIAS are pleased to hear that this response included a summary, written by the club, of a selection of our and other fans concerns. We now want to hear from BIAS members and Brentford fans. Please tell us what you think of the EFL’s proposals and how BIAS and the club should respond. Please
BIAS welcomes the club’s apology, actions to reduce the problems with the new TV gantry and the compensation that is now being offered to some affected fans. BIAS has been in constant communication with the Club about the gantry to represent fans’ views and get a good outcome. We met with both Kurt Pittman and Alan Walsh on New Road after the Nottingham Forest match. This was constructive and led to the club replacing the cladding around the
The FSF has released details of the EFL’s proposals to clubs for changes to the makeup of the football league, including the introduction of a “League 3” and the reduction in the number of teams in the Championship to 20 – losing 8 fixtures from the calendar, including four home matches, and introducing a winter break. These proposals are known as the Whole Game Solution. The EFL has put together these proposals without structured fan consultation, and the vast majority
BIAS has been contacted by several members who have had changes to their view of the pitch from that which they had been led to expect. We have noted and welcomed Mark Devlin’s offer to allow unsatisfied season ticket holders to switch seats for those who wish to do so. We also know that the location of season ticket holders seats are important to them, so we have asked the club what else they are planning to do to resolve
How was is it for you? Ipswich Town was our first home league game of the new season and it would really help BIAS if you could take a quick two minute survey to tell us of your experience. The survey has been designed to help us work with the Football Cub to improve the match day experience and equally for us to recognise when the Football Club are getting things right and are doing things well. We would
A reminder that The Football Club have agreed to run a Fans Forum tonight. The event will run from 6.30pm in The Hive at Griffin Park. On the panel will be Brentford Chairman Cliff Crown, Chief Executive Mark Devlin, Sporting Directors Rasmus Ankersen and Phil Giles as well as Head Coach Dean Smith. Admission is free and the bar in The Hive will be open. If you would like BIAS to ask a question on your behalf please send a message
Saturday sees the culmination of a tumultuous Brentford season with a home derby against Fulham. It should be a fun day to sign off the season. Here is all the info you’ll need on the day.