Supporters invited to submit footage from win at Meadow Lane against Notts County
Brentford FC is giving supporters the chance to have their videos featured on the Club’s YouTube channel, and possibly win some match tickets.
Earlier this year the Club announced it had launched a new YouTube channel.
The channel carries short interviews, bite size match highlights and some behind-the-scenes content from Griffin Park.
Under the terms of the Football League’s broadcast agreements, supporters are not allowed to publish any footage taken from inside a ground when a Football League match is taking place.
This means any match action posted on YouTube by fans will, unfortunately, be removed.
However, the Club has the right to publish this footage and is giving fans the opportunity to send in what they recorded at the Sky Bet League One win against Notts County yesterday, Saturday November 30.
Whether it is a video of match action from the stands, a shot of Will Grigg's winner, some Brentford defending or a second half attempt on goal, an amusing (clean) terrace chant or goal celebrations the Club wants to see it.
In the next few days the Club’s media team will collate videos sent in and publish a collection on the Brentford FC YouTube channel.
The supporters that send in the best will be contacted and given two match tickets for the next Sky Bet League One fixture at Griffin Park.
To send us your footage use a file sending programme such as www.wetransfer.com.
The recipient on the file sending programme should be email@example.com (please note, it is not possible to send an email direct to that address as it cannot receive large files).
There should be a description of the video included.
The best videos will be made in to a YouTube video and hosted on the Club’s official channel.
Two match tickets for the next match at Griffin Park will be sent to the person who sends in the best video after each match.
Please note, this will only be in operation for Football League matches and not FA Cup fixtures.
The Club will not publish any videos that contain foul or abusive language.
The Brentford FC YouTube channel can be seen here.
The only place to get all premium content, commentary of every match home and away, extended match highlights and full video interviews is on Bees Player.