Nine months, 25 games, 52 goals ... our home season comes to an end on Sunday with the visit from Preston North End. Not got your tickets yet? Here's five reasons to join us!
The Curtain Call
A season that began with the rout of Rotherham United on a sunny August afternoon comes to an end with the visit of Preston North End to Griffin Park. In between we’ve had memorable home wins over Queens Park Rangers, Aston Villa, Leeds United, Blackburn Rovers, and Hull City. What better way to end our penultimate season at Griffin Park than with another three points against North End?
A record breaking season?
The goals have flown in at Griffin Park and we’re on course to set a new modern record for home league goals in a single season! Our current tally of 47 from 22 games is only one behind our 2001 number of 48. If we pass that then you have to go all the way back to 1992 for a higher single-season total. Three goals on Sunday would make this our second-most prolific season since 1972.
Enjoy the lap of appreciation
As is traditional after the final whistle, the players will head back out onto the pitch to thank you for your support this season. There have been ups and downs but the players have appreciated your backing during every game and will be there to show it after full time.
One to go ...
Sunday’s game will also bring the curtain down on our penultimate season at Griffin Park. Our home since 1904, there are now just 24 occasions left to see us in Sky Bet Championship action at our famous old ground, starting this weekend.
It’ll be a long summer
International breaks without Brentford in action feel long enough, so a whole three months without competitive action at Griffin Park will certainly drag on. Make sure you get down and watch us one last time this season ahead of the summer break. After all, August is a long way away!
Make sure you get your tickets for the last Championship game at Griffin Park this season. Give Thomas Frank and The Bees your support they deserve and help us end our 2018/19 campaign on a high.