Tomorrow night sees Brentford’s debut in the Premier League, and our first top-flight fixture for 74 years. It’s an incredibly exciting time for Bees fans, and the Brentford Community Stadium will be buzzing (pun definitely intended). As well as urging all Bees present to give the lads full backing both before the game and for… Read More Brentford Fans Against Racism and Discrimination
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
BIAS attended a feedback forum with the Club and their catering partner Levy on 30 November following continued criticism of the food and drink offerings at the new stadium. In advance of the meeting, BIAS had produced a short fan survey which resulted in over 200 responses, the details of which were made available to… Read More Report from first Food & Drink feedback forum
Following our continuous feedback on the poor quality and choice of the food and drink on offer in the Stadium, BFC and Levy (who provide the catering) are offering the opportunity to discuss this tonight. Members of the BIAS executive committee and also some members who completed our recent survey will be meeting at the… Read More Food and Drink feedback session tonight
The Fan-led Review (FLR) of Football Governance, chaired by Tracey Crouch MP, was published today (24th November 2021). Supporters’ groups from around 130 different clubs including BIAS and Bees United took part, along with the football authorities, during more than 100 hours of evidence gathering sessions. The review aimed to “explore ways of improving the… Read More Fan Led Review Published Today
Ahead of tomorrow’s AGM, you may download a pack containing the Agenda, Minutes of the Previous meeting and motions for discussion. The meeting will take place via zoom at 6pm on the 17th November, if you haven’t received your invite for the meeting please email email@example.com The financial summary is available here. .
The BIAS 2021 AGM will take place on Wednesday 17th November at 6:00pm. Once again, this meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. All full members have been invited to join this meeting, and every member should have received an email providing further details of the meeting, including registration instructions should they wish to attend. If… Read More BIAS AGM scheduled for 17th November
We firmly believe that we are stronger together, the more members we represent the less likely the Club will be able to ignore our ideas and concerns. At the start of this year we set ourself a target of increasing the BIAS membership by 200 new members. During 2021 we have seen our membership increase… Read More CAN YOU HELP BIAS?
BIAS attended our first Premier League Network meeting on 20th September, chaired by the Football Supporters Association (FSA). A wide range of issues that impact match-going fans were discussed including: The safe return of fans to grounds and plans for Covid testing and certification. The introduction of safe standing in stadia Cryptocurrency and fan engagement/monetisation… Read More BIAS attends our first FSA Premier League Meeting
We have been informed by our boat provider that they are now unable to take the full amount of people, 195, on the boat that had previously been communicated. Due to low tides, we have now been told that they are only able to take 150 people. We tried to source a 2nd boat but… Read More Boat Capacity Issues – Please Read
The original Brentford FC Bees boat trip is back for our second away London derby of the season, West Ham United on Sunday, 3rd October, Kick-off 2pm at the London Stadium The boat will leave Kew Pier at 09:00am and arrive at North Greenwich Pier at around 12pm. You will need to public transport to… Read More The BIAS Boat Trip IS BACK For Our Game Against West Ham United On The 3rd October
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