Brentford B have confirmed several of their New Year fixtures at the start of 2019, the list including; Bayern Munich II, Shamrock Rovers and AGF Aarhus.
The B Team kick-off January with a Middlesex FA Cup Quarter-Final tie against Wealdstone away from home. Grosvenor Vale plays host to the tie set up when The Bees defeated CB Hounslow United at the end of October. Tickets will be pay on the day, costing Adults £8 and Concesions (over-65 and under-18s) £5.
We confirmed last month that Brentford B would fly to Germany for a weekend match against Bayern Munich II. The Club have opened the doors to their training ground for fans to attend the game at Säbener Straße, kick-off 12 noon just south of the city.
It's the same venue last visited by Brentford B in January 2017, when the two sides drew 1-1 in snowy conditions. Bradley Clayton scored the only goal that day after The Bavarians had taken an early lead. Find the match report from that day by clicking here.
The next game sees Lars Friis' squad take on Wingate & Finchley FC in the Quarter-Final of the London FA Cup at Maurice Rebak Stadium on Summers Lane, Finchley.
The post code you need to come along and watch is N12 0PD, with tickets costing Adults £12, Concessions £6, under-16s £3 and under-12s go free. Programmes will be on sale for £2.
Brentford B welcome Huddersfield Town to Jersey Road for their first home game of 2019. The Terriers drew 2-2 with The Bees during our last visit to West Yorkshire, winning 3-1 on the previous ocassion.
2018 started off with a 3-3 draw against Exeter City at Jersey Road; David Titov, Zain Westbrooke and Herson Rodrigues Alves scoring on the day. The squad went on to win eleven of their remaining 16 games that season, including a 9-1 hammering of Reading and a dramatic 5-4 victory over Barnet.
On January 31 2019, Brentford B will be in Portugal and facing Danish side AGF Aarhus whilst they are out on a mid-season winter break. This game is a behind-closed-doors friendly with two more fixtures to be added to the Brentford programme between January 27 and February 3.
Similarly, the squad then travel to Tallaght, Ireland, to play Shamrock Rovers in a pre-season friendly on February 8. Rovers also hosted The Bees last season at the same stage and lost 2-1 thanks to goals from Jarvis Edobor and Theo Archibald.