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The campaign to publish a special second edition of the 125 Years of Brentford book is running out with only 6 days remaining to raise just under £3,000. £12,000 has been pledged to date. The book is a comprehensive history of the entire clubs history. Ever wanted to know more about the formation of BIAS, the successful election of a Councillor from the ABeeC party? What about the 1967 proposed QPR takeover? The first edition of the book was commissioned
Brentford started a new season and new beginning for Marinus Dijkhuisen’s reign by snatching a last gasp 2-2 draw against Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich in the 95th minute. There was a hint of new boy at school on the first day of term as Marinus strode out looking sheepishly up at New Road and breaking into a smile as he was welcomed warmly by three sides of Griffin Park. Three debuts for the Bees as Kerschbaumer, Gogia and Hoffman all started,
Fans and their behaviour leave the biggest impression on people and the media about the Club. Unfortunately over the last season there have been numerous instances of fans throwing objects onto the pitch. This is not acceptable. It puts the Club at risk of being penalised and brings down the hard earned good reputation of Brentford FC. BIAS discourages this mindless behaviour and would support the club in pursuing the strongest sanctions, including long term bans, for anyone throwing objects. It’s been
James Pettifer, a lifelong Brentford fan, sadly passed away this morning aged just 31. As a tribute, we want all Bees fans to join in with a round of applause in the 31st minute of Saturday’s game with Bolton. James used to travel up and down the country supporting the mighty Bees and this would be a great way to show our respects.
The Lionel Road Stadium Development team and development partner Willmott Dixon are seeking fan’s input into the future of Griffin Park. Willmott Dixon are planning to deliver the following key features: New family-sized town houses with on-site parking Recognising Griffin Park’s proud sporting heritage by way of a memorial garden, The Club will be hosting a public exhibition in The Hive to give Bees fans the opportunity to give feedback to Willmott Dixon and their architects on the plans on
Brentford FC have received the go-ahead to proceed with the development of the new 20,000 capacity Community Stadium at Lionel Road. Yesterday (13th March 2014), Nick Boles, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Planning confirmed the decision of Hounslow Council Planning Committee and the Greater London Authority (GLA) to grant planning permission for the Football Club’s planning application. The application was referred to the Secretary of State’s office after English Heritage objected to the application. After carefully reviewing the information