• Target 11,000

    The following article is posted on behalf of the Brentford Independent Association of Supporters (BIAS).

    There is a real buzz around Griffin Park at the moment and we donít just mean Buzz Bee the Brentford mascot.

    On Saturday the Bees take on Notts County as we look to extend an unbeaten run to 7 matches and to leapfrog the visitors into the sixth place Play Off spot just as the season enters its final few weeks.

    BIAS believes that Brentford fans will respond in numbers and turn out in force to be seen and heard on Saturday. Apparently the ticket office has been extremely busy this week.

    The Griffin Park Grapevine and Facebook are full of examples of exiles making the pilgrimage to Griffin Park and even flying in from abroad to make sure that they can play their part in making Griffin Park a fortress come 3pm.

    With a big crowd, boosted by the Silver Jubilee celebrations of the Brentford FCís Community Sports Trust being 25 years old, BIAS believes that Brentford fans should seriously consider buying their tickets in advance, not only to ease congestion at the turnstiles but to ensure that they are indeed able to get into the area of Griffin Park that they wish.

    BIAS would like to encourage all Brentford fans to give 100% and that includes looking up old mates, those who for one reason or another have been missing from Griffin Park and encouraging fans from the past to dig out their red and white scarves and to re-engage with the big match atmosphere that make Griffin Park such a special place.

    Match tickets will be available on the day of the game at the turnstiles however we do advise that you purchase in advance to avoid disappointment and long queues and if you are unable to purchase advance tickets we suggest you arrive in plenty of time before Kick Off.

    BIAS make no apologies for encouraging as many Bees fans to play their part and to be there on Saturday and urge all of those who do intend to go, not to under estimate the size of Saturdayís crowd. Remember the Wycombe game in 2009.

    COYB (Come on you Bees)

    Official Site - Ticket Info

    Discussions and encouragement towards this target here please.