A few more spaces have become available on free coaches laid on for Brentford fans looking to make the trip to the final away game of the Sky Bet Championship season. The Club announced last week that, in order to assist Bees fans in making the journey to see Brentford play Barnsley, there would be free coach travel. The Club arranged for ten free coaches with Utilita – the Club’s Official Energy Partner, and energy supplier – sponsoring them, and with some fans cancelling their seats, there are still a few more spaces left.
The win over Queens Park Rangers on Saturday means The Bees are three points outside the Play-Offs with two games to go. Dean Smith’s side have won four of their last five – including victories away at Bristol City and Nottingham Forest this month – and are unbeaten in seven. The Bees head to Barnsley next and ten coaches of fans will be following them. If any fans cannot travel, can they please contact the Ticket Office so their place can be reallocated.
Tickets for the match at Barnsley are currently on General Sale with adults £23, seniors and young persons £16 and juniors £5 or £10 depending on age. Full ticket information and details on how to buy can be seen here. Supporters should note that no tickets have been issued for travel, fans should keep their email confirmation and bring it on the day to access the coaches. Fans are also reminded that alcohol cannot be consumed on Club coaches and no-one under 18 can travel unaccompanied.