We welcome Sheffield United to Griffin Park on Tuesday night, kick-off 7.45pm. If you haven't got your tickets for the game yet, here's five reasons to join us.
No time like the present
Saturday’s result wasn’t the one that we wanted but tomorrow’s game gives us an instant chance to get back to winning ways on home soil. We’ve taken all three points on two of United’s last three visits to West London, drawing the other. With your help, Thomas Frank and the boys will be looking to wrap up another three points against The Blades
We’ve registered 111 shots on target so far this term in the Championship, head and shoulders clear of anyone else in the division. Despite our recent run of form, The Bees are still playing exciting, attacking football which is pleasing on the eye. If you haven’t seen it for yourself yet, join us tomorrow for a taste of the action.
And it’s live
Staying up to date with The Bees from afar is one thing but getting close to the action at Griffin Park is another. The tight surrounds, terracing, and raw feel of a matchday, especially one under the lights, is difficult to beat.
Celebrating football for everyone
Tomorrow’s game will support Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign, championing the message that football is for everyone regardless of sexual orientation. We are joining clubs across the country in supporting LGBT inclusivity by turning our substitution boards and corner flags rainbow coloured to raise awareness of the campaign.
A Brentford Night
After the game against The Blades, it’s two months until we have another game under the lights at Griffin Park. We will have players in the Stadium Shop and Bee Block and one young fan from each team will be announcing the teams ahead of kick-off. Enjoy our final night game of 2018 with your friends and family.
The Bees are back in action tomorrow evening as we welcome Sheffield United to Griffin Park. Give us your support when we need it the most.