QPR visit Griffin Park in the league for the final time and our programme is inspired by the 1969 season.
Brentford Remembers pays respect to those we lost in 2019; supporters, club officials and former players. Please join us in a minute's applause before kick-off at tomorrow's game, to celebrate their lives. Once a Bee, always a Bee.
Jon Varney and Cliff Crown welcome you to Griffin Park and give an update on the progress at the new stadium.
"We’ve started what is perhaps one of the most important years in our history, whatever happens on the pitch, but Thomas Frank and the players look like there’s a real opportunity to achieve something special in 2020."
Former Bee Jimmy Bain is the focus of our In Profile feature, as Dan Long examines the career of another one-club man'.
"A record-setting 39-goal haul helped the Bees on their way to the Third Division South title, in another stellar season where they made Griffin Park a fortress and lost just twice. It was to be his crowning glory."
Rob Jex looks back on previous season in Stat Attack: "A brief look at the four seasons at Griffin Park which have been the best, so far - at least statistically - of those 92 home campaigns."
Nick Bruzon rounds up the cup action: "even the neutral can’t help but have been impressed by The Blues’ retro kit. A yellow socked homage to mark the fifty years since lifting the trophy in 1970."
My Brentford Story this week is told by Geoff Buckingham, who looks back on six decades as a Bees fan: "I must be one of the few Brentford supporters who has climbed over a gate to get into Griffin Park and climbed over a gate to get out!"
Also inside: Josh Dasilva is our pull-out poster, Thomas Frank shares his thoughts on the countdown to the new stadium and Amber Lloyd talks about Community coaching in Brentford Women's.
Pick up a copy of the Official Matchday Programme around Griffin Park for £3.50. Unable to make it to the game? All of this season's programmes can be bought online from our supplier Curtis Sport. Click Here.