The Bees welcome Huddersfield Town to the new stadium on Saturday 19 July, playing the first league game there since bidding farewell to Griffin Park in July. Here's what to expect from the first home Sky Bet Championship programme of the season.
MORE PLAYER FEATURES THAN EVER BEFORE
Charlie Goode joins us for his first comprehensive chat as a Brentford player. He talks about working for his dad's business as a non-league player, getting his hands on the trophy at Wembley and settling in as a Bees player.
We put our new Quickfire Profile section to Luke Daniels, who also picks an eleven from the FIFA 21 Ultimate Team of icons. Then he takes on our new player one quiz, which will carry on through the season to see which member of the playing and coaching staff will win the 2020/21 title.
Pontus Jansson also answers fan questions in our new Fanzone feature, as Dave Flanagan returns with a new illustration each week for the new season.
FULL SCALE CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW
Every team looked at with summer squad changes, a summary of their 19/20 season and what to expect from all 24 teams throughout this campaign. iFollow commentator Mark Burridge picks his favourites, a dark horse and looks at the new sides in the division.
12-PAGE OPPOSITION REPORT
Get a good look at Huddersfield Town from The Narrative, Fab Four, Eye On Huddersfield, Manager bio, full squad list, head to head stats and the return of our Away Fan Q&A. Get everything you need to know about our first visitors this term from Dan Long.
Fan columnist Nick Bruzon brings back his column, looking at the latest news from the world of football. There are four pages dedicated to our Junior Bees, with new activities and the old favourite 'Bee The Boss'. There's our message board with all of your latest birthday shoutouts and news, alongside Ben Burgess' Final Word feature.
BRENTFORD B AND BRENTFORD WOMEN
Hear from Paris Maghoma on what his targets this season, what it's like being on a First Team training camp and how he enjoys working with Neil MacFarlane. We speak to Women's captain Mollie Holmes as Karleigh Osborne's side go for promotion, she talks of her pride as the squad make progress in the SSE FA Cup.
NOT YOUR USUAL OPENER
Without the fans, football just isn't the same. So to mark that, we've turned the new red and white template for the programme dark for one game only.
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