BIAS recently attended a meeting with the Football Supporters Association (FSA) where are number of issues were discussed including problems with the iFollow streaming service. A summary of this meeting can be found here Discussions identified that fans experiences of using the iFollow streaming service are varied, and the FSA are now keen to obtain… Read More Problems with iFollow – Have your Say…..
Today’s announcement that London will face Tier 2 restrictions will enable up to 2000 Season Ticket holders to come to games at our new stadium in Lionel Road during December. BIAS are already talking to the Club on the best way to allow Season Ticket holders into the new stadium with the expectation that our… Read More A GREEN LIGHT for fans to return to stadiums
The BIAS AGM will take place via Zoom on the 25th November at 6pm. If you have received your link to register for the meeting please contact email@example.com . The Agenda and AGM pack is available to download here. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow.
Representatives from BIAS attended the regular EFL Championship and League One fans network meeting on the 16th November, chaired by the FSA along with a number of other supporter groups. Our discussions covered the impact of the Coronavirus on Football Club finances, and how clubs are dealing with their supporters in terms of season ticket… Read More BIAS Attends meeting with the Football Supporters Association (FSA)
The BIAS 2020 AGM will take place on Wednesday 25th November at 6:00pm. This year, due to the current government restrictions, the meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. All full members are welcome to join this meeting, and every member should have received an email providing further details of the meeting, including registration instructions should they wish… Read More BIAS AGM scheduled for 25th November
This weekend it was reported that clubs at the top of the Premier League had been planning, in secret, to pursue a wide-ranging restructure of the English footballing pyramid named “Project Big Picture”. Whilst we recognise that within these proposals there are individual ideas of merit, we believe that the overall package presented through the… Read More Project Big Picture – A BIAS View
Earlier today, all Brentford supporters who have secured Season Tickets for the 2020/21 campaign should have received an email from the Club, outlining three options for this season. This follows this week’s government announcement that games will continue to be played behind closed doors for the foreseeable future. For those supporters who are not on… Read More 20/21 Season Ticket Update
Last week BIAS met with Jon Varney, CEO Brentford Football Club to understand the Club’s plans for the new season. This proved to be a very open and productive meeting where we were able to share ideas and concerns with Jon. BIAS had already collated feedback from Supporters and shared these with the Club. Jon… Read More Getting Ready for the New Season – A Brief Update
BIAS are looking to meet with Jon Varney next week to understand the Club’s plans for the new season. The 20/21 Season starts on the 12th September (excluding our Carabao Cup game against Wycombe Wanderers on the 5th September) behind closed doors and we understand that supporters will not be allowed back in stadiums until… Read More We Meet Again – BIAS to meet with Jon Varney (CEO Brentford Football Club)
The Football Supporters’ Association (FSA) is coordinating a new campaign, the ‘Sustain the Game’ initiative, to protect the “very existence” of clubs across the country. With the coronavirus pandemic threatening many clubs due to the financial ramifications of a lack of fixtures and no fans being permitted into stadia, the FSA believes pre-existing issues within… Read More FSA Launches the Sustain the Game initiative, calling for urgent action to help clubs