BBC Radio London Interview with BIAS regarding Leicester City match

BIAS Committee member Mark Chapman spoke to Nick Godwin on the BBC Radio London Sports Show last night (22/06/22) regarding the moving of the opening day fixture with Leicester City. Listen below via Soundcloud or on BBC Sounds. You can read our statement on the movement of the fixture here. Remember, our voice is always… Read More BBC Radio London Interview with BIAS regarding Leicester City match

Leicester City match moved to Sunday 7th August

Today’s announcement by Leicester City Football Club to move our opening day Premier League fixture at The King Power Stadium by 24 hours to Sunday has caused an entirely avoidable issue for supporters of both clubs.… Read More Leicester City match moved to Sunday 7th August

Premier League statement on fan engagement

BIAS welcomes the Premier League statement, of 9 June 2022, on steps that are to be taken to improve Fan Engagement. One aspect of this is for Premier League Clubs to have a Fan Advisory Board.

BIAS have been in discussions with our colleagues at Bees United, the Brentford Supporters’ Trust, to ensure that supporters have the most effective representation on the Fan Advisory Boards. Our hope is that the constitution and representation on the Fan Advisory Board will be in place by the early part of the new season.… Read More Premier League statement on fan engagement

Feedback from first Ticketing User Group meeting

On Thursday 26th August members of the BIAS Committee along with representatives from The Griffin Park Grapevine and Bees United met with CEO Jon Varney, Director of Technology Mike Morris plus the team leads from the club’s Ticketing, Venue Sales and Digital teams.  A delegate from Secutix, the club’s ticket platform provider, was also in… Read More Feedback from first Ticketing User Group meeting

There’s still time to sign our petition to get more fans into Wembley

This weekend sees the three EFL play-off finals at Wembley Stadium. Current Covid restrictions mean fewer than 4,000 tickets are available for fans of each club – in some cases this is an even lower capacity than the semi-finals at the clubs’ own grounds.  Test events have been held at several high-profile football matches, with the… Read More There’s still time to sign our petition to get more fans into Wembley