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

The BIAS Boat Trip IS BACK For Our Game Against West Ham United On The 3rd October

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

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

An update on the Independent Fan Led Review of Football Governance

The Government’s Fan- Led Review led by Tracey Crouch into the future of football has been taking evidence from across the game. Stewart Purvis, Chairman of Bees United, Gemma Teale of BIAS and representatives from other Brentford Fan Groups have given evidence to Ms Crouch and her review panel. Tracy Crouch has now released her… Read More An update on the Independent Fan Led Review of Football Governance

#Terrace Talk; FSA launch a supporter-led mental health campaign

During the pandemic, BIAS has been working with the Football Supporters Association (FSA) along with other groups as part of its mental health working group. This has culminated in the FSA launching #TerraceTalk – a supporter-led mental health initiative. #TerraceTalk will feature a series of events across 2021 which will include training for staff and… Read More #Terrace Talk; FSA launch a supporter-led mental health campaign

BIAS joins Brentford FC in Football’s Social Media Boycott

As an affiliate member of the Football Supporters Association (FSA), BIAS will be joining the football-wide social media boycott next weekend. The FA, Premier League, EFL, FA Women’s Super League, FA Women’s Championship, PFA, LMA, PGMOL, Kick It Out and the FSA are uniting for a social media boycott from 15.00 on Friday 30 April… Read More BIAS joins Brentford FC in Football’s Social Media Boycott

BIAS Attends meeting with the Football Supporters Association (FSA)

BIAS attended the regular EFL Championship and League One fans network meeting on the 6th April, chaired by the Football Supporters Association (FSA). A number of different topics were discussed including the safe return of fans to stadiums and the long awaited review of football governance promised by the Government in its’ Election Manifesto of… Read More BIAS Attends meeting with the Football Supporters Association (FSA)