News and Views

New Stadium Focus Group scheduled for the 19th February

The fourth focus group for the New Stadium will take place on 19th February. This Focus Group will cover: Inclusion – How do we ensure that the new stadium is inclusive and open to all parts of our diverse community? BIAS will be attending this Focus Group. If you have any questions or points you would like raised, please get in touch via feedback@bias.org.uk or twitter Joining BIAS is now FREE – so why not join today? Together we are

Update on the Fans’ Fare Initiative

We are aware that every week, away fans are forced to spend more money on rail fares when fixtures are rescheduled for TV rights, forcing them to miss out on the cheapest tickets, or having to buy new train tickets. The Premier League, the English Football League, the Rail Delivery Group and the Unified Football Supporters Association (UFSO) all support the creation of a scheme for fans to have flexibility when they buy train tickets. The scheme is called Fans’

New Stadium Focus Group scheduled for 18th February

The third focus group for the New Stadium will take place on 18th February. This Focus Group will cover:  Heritage & Legacy – How do fans want to access the history of the Club and Griffin Park? What do we currently have, where is it and how can this be used? BIAS will be attending this Focus Group. If you have any questions or points you would like raised, please get in touch via feedback@bias.org.uk or twitter Joining BIAS is

Further News on coach travel to Swansea this Sunday

BIAS are delighted that due to extra demand, the Club have secured 2 additional coaches and will be running 12 free coaches for our 5th round FA Cup tie with Swansea on Sunday 17th February. Whilst all of the coaches have now been filled, we understand that the Club have been able to replace a number of these with larger 60 seat coaches which should enable those fans currently on the waiting list to be allocated a coach ticket. This