Tickets for Brentford’s vital West London derby against Fulham will go on sale on Tuesday. The Bees will head to Craven Cottage on Friday 13 March. The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports and will kick-off at 7.45pm. The teams currently sit third and fourth in the Sky Bet Championship as the season enters its final quarter and both are currently within six points of the automatic promotion spots with Fulham a place and a point better off.
Brentford won the first game between the teams 1-0 with Bryan Mbeumo scoring the only goal. This is our first visit to Craven Cottage since a 1-1 draw in April 2018. The last three games between the teams at Craven Cottage have been drawn. Due to redevelopment work at Fulham, only three sides of the ground are open to supporters and the allocation for visiting fans is reduced.
Brentford have been allocated 1,928 tickets for the game. As per the policies in our Customer Charter, when demand is likely to exceed availability, Season Ticket Holders will get first access to away tickets. Ticket Access Points will be used to differentiate when supporters are able to buy their tickets.
Tickets will be sold as follows:
Ticket prices are as follows:
Disabled supporters in receipt of Disability Living Allowance (higher or middle rate) or PPI payment are entitled to a complimentary personal assistant ticket if required.
All prices exclude booking fees:
No booking fees for online purchases at tickets.brentfordfc.com
No booking fees apply when buying in person from the Ticket Office
Admin fee of £2.50 per transaction (not per ticket), plus a £1 postage fee when booking over the phone
All Season Ticket Holders with 3,500 Ticket Access Points will get a ticket for the match if they buy in their exclusive window. Tickets will be sold in all the usual ways. The best way to buy is via tickets.brentfordfc.com. Full Box Office opening times and ways to buy can be seen here.
Fans can check the number of TAPs they have by logging in to their account at tickets.brentfordfc.com. They are clearly visible on the front page of an individual’s ticket account. More information on TAPs can be seen here. Fans that have not used the site before can see a full guide here.