For over a century football has been built on the hopes and dreams that anything is possible in the game we’ve all grown to love.
Six Premiership clubs want to be able to play in the European Super League and also in the Premier League at the same time, although there is huge concern over what that would do to the English top-flight.
Although Brentford have not played in the top flight since 1947, we all dream of reaching and competing fairly in the Premier League and we believe this move if allowed to happen will jeopardise the integrity of this competition and the wider football pyramid.
BIAS stands united with other Supporter Associations across the country in saying no to a European Super League that threatens sustainability throughout the football pyramid, and disregards what the sport of football means to us, the ‘legacy fans’.
After 15 years of campaigning as an affiliate member of the Football Supporters Association (FSA) for a full government review into football ownership, we welcome the announcement this week that the fan-led review of football will be launched with immediate effect, led by former Sports Minister, Tracey Crouch.
This isn’t enough on its own and BIAS are in dialogue with other Supporter Groups and the EFL through the FSA, to come together as one voice for football supporters and show that fans should come before finance.
To do this we need your support – If you are not a member of BIAS, please join today and help us protect the game we all love. Our voice is always stronger, when we are together.
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