Once again BIAS and Jim Walsh are running a boat, or possibly even two boats from Kew to Chelsea Harbour, for the FA Cup 4th round match at Stamford Bridge on the 28th January. Prices for the one-way trip are as follows: • Adults £11.99 Kids £5.90 The departure time will be at 11.00 from Kew Pier and should arrive at Chelsea Harbour around 13:00. The walk to Stamford Bridge is approximately 15-20 mins from the harbour. The on board
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The magic of the cup! Although in recent seasons it’s been more tragic than magic for the Bees. When the FA Cup Gods came up with this fixture, a potential banana skin for sure, I was concerned it may turn into a Martin Allen media circus. However, with an upturn in recent performances and results and Dean Smith knowing full well that us fans would like to see a cup run this season, we took to the pitch with an
As the vultures gathered close to Griffin Park in anticipation of a pre-Christmas feast comprising of some West Midlands flesh in the shape of under pressure boss Dean Smith, the danger was averted by two killer blows from the boot of super Scotty Hogan…
Football has an almost unique way of polarising opinion among people. Yesterday was a classic example of one such instance.
The BIAS AGM was held today (26/11/2016) at the Inverness Club. Full minutes of the meeting will follow, however the following is a summary of events: Richard Merritt announced his decision to step down from both the Committee and Chairmanship. The following Officers Of the Association were elected: Adam Hobbs was nominated as Chairman with Anna Mason taking up the reigns as General Secretary. David Gathergood continues as Finance Officer. The following Members of the Executive Committee were elected: Lisa
The BIAS Annual General Meeting is on Saturday 26th November before the Birmingham City home match.
Ahh the International break weekend…Do you relish a break from the hustle bustle of the Championship? Or do you like the break so you can throw your support behind your National team? For me it’s always been Brentford first. I suppose the main reason being until recently as a fan of a lower league team, there is a natural disconnect between the players representing England and the boys who pull on the red and white stripes each week. Yes, you
BIAS is committed to representing the interests of our membership. As part of our relationship with the club, the BIAS committee has regular meetings with BFC reps to receive updates, raise issues directly, and provide advice. This system has worked very well for fans recently, with improvements to ticketing, influence in the customer charter and dealing with issues such as the change in the New Road gantry. On several occasions we have been asked to advise on issues that BFC
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.
Words won’t do this performance or occasion justice, it may have looked great on TV but It was on another level live at Loftus Road.