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Opportunity to play at Griffin Park and raise money for the Trust

Fans can play at Griffin Park and take part in a truly memorable 90-minute match on the hallowed turf

2 May 2018

Brentford FC Community Sports Trust have teamed up with Football Aid to provide fans with the unique opportunity to create their own piece of club history by playing at Griffin Park next week. Football Aid have been organising charity games for more than 16 years and are regarded as the original and best in delivering the ultimate pitch day experience. The game offers Bees fans the unrivalled opportunity to experience a matchday in the same way the likes of Daniel Bentley, John Egan, Ollie Watkins and the rest of the squad do every other week.

As a player you'll get the chance to pull on your very own exclusive personalised Brentford FC replica shirt in the official changing rooms, experience the thrill of walking down the tunnel to the sound of a cheering crowd and step out onto the hallowed turf proudly sporting your official playing kit and represent The Bees in a never to be forgotten 90 minutes of football. To add to that, the match at Griffin Park last season was also attended by club legend Marcus Gayle who supported the fans on their big day.

The match will take place on Sunday 13 May 2018 - kick-off 17.45pm. The event will raise valuable funds for Brentford FC Community Sports Trust.

Brentford FC fan Nick Medcraft scored a hat-trick in the game last year, and told Football Aid about his experience after the game: “I loved every second of it. Having a Season Ticket at Brentford watching every game, to then play on the pitch and score four goals was amazing. I definitely will be doing another Football Aid with you guys again”.

Positions are now available for bidding from just £105 and securing your position couldn’t be easier, just visit and sign up today. If you’d like any additional information, you can call Football Aid on tel: 0131 220 5999, e-mail:, post on their Facebook page: or send a tweet to @FootballAid.

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