Get to know our Fan Groups
Bees United exists to safeguard Brentford Football Club (BFC) so that it has a stable and sustainable future as a professional football club. Our role is to represent our members, the supporters of BFC and the local community to ensure that BFC remains a club we can all call our own.
- Bees United holds two seats on the board of Brentford Football Club Limited and one seat on the BFC Lionel Road board
- Bees United has a Golden share which gives it the right to veto the sale of Griffin Park (or any successor stadium) unless the proposed sale will enable a bona fide move to a new stadium that meets all reasonable requirements for the football club.
- Bees United continues to raise funds, the generosity of our members means that BU has raised millions of pounds for Brentford Football Club through donations and loans
The BIAS of today is an open, democratic, organisation; our members decide what we are and what we do - through the annual election of a Committee to lead the Association for the coming year. In some ways, we can be thought of as somewhere between a Trade Union and a Students Union for Brentford fans. The objectives of BIAS are laid down in the Association's constitution.
Our aims are to maintain and increase the support of Brentford Football Club, to bring Brentford fans together, to promote and encourage dialogue between the football club and its supporters, to represent the views of the supporters of Brentford Football Club, to air supporters' grievances, and to protect supporters' interests.
The BIAS committee holds monthly meetings, which are open to all Brentford supporters. They're usually arranged and timed so that they occur just before Brentford FC home fixtures at Griffin Park.
Find out more at BIAS.org.uk.
Formed in August 2016, LGBeeTs is the supporters group for LGBTQ bees fans.
Our aim is "for all fans to be able to support and follow Brentford FC home and away safely, without fear, and without hearing homophobic, biphobic or transphobic abuse". We believe that with better visibility and support for LGBTQ fans, we can work together to make this happen.
We have made great progress already in our first year, from our first meet up to helping plan club events like the Wonderkid screening and rainbow laces day - and there's more to come next season!
Get in touch!
We are open to LGBTQ Bees fans and our allies within the Brentford family. If you believe football should be for everyone and want to help us make sure that Brentford stays a friendly and welcoming club for all fans, get in touch!
Brentford Football Club's Lifeline Society is one of the few Lifeline Societies in the country to have remained in existence since its inception all those years ago and it stands proud and true to its name as a lifeline to the Football Club through times which haven't always been quite as optimistic as they are today.
Brentford's only remaining print fanzine has been a constant on the Griffin Park terraces for over 25 years.
The fanzine famously purchased a player for the club back in 2008 when the club was cash struck and have raised almost £50,000 for Brentford good causes and charities during that spell.
Having interviewed over 40 players in that time both Nick and Richard Hester are proud to still edit a traditional 'paper' zine which is one of only a few left in football nowadays.
The GPG started life sometime in the dark recesses of the internet in the last century. It is a completely independent, fan-run forum. It was the first and is by far the busiest Brentford FC fan website with over 3,000,000 posts and approaching 10,000 members.
Get involved with fellow fans on the GPG at www.griffinpark.org. We will be analysing and discussing the latest news from Griffin Park, rumours from the terraces and opinions from fellow fans.We're on Twitter too these days, so follow @bfcgpg too.
We're on Twitter too these days, so follow @bfcgpg.
The Club was formed in November 1990, largely due to the efforts of the late Eric White, who at the time was the Brentford Matchday Programme Editor. The main purpose of the Club is to enable members to fill gaps in their programme collections and at the same time raise money for the Football Club. Since 1990 the club has raised approximately £60,000 for the Football Club.
We started sponsoring the programme back in 2003 and usually sponsor the last home match in March donating the funds that we have raised during the year. In 2010 the club handed over a cheque for £5,000 which is the highest amount raised since the collectors club started sponsoring the programme.
Visit us on matchday in the Braemar Road Stand.