Premiership fans invited to Griffin Park this Bank Holiday weekend

Last updated : 25 August 2005 By Smallsy
Griffin Park looks set to be packed to the rafters on Monday.
A scheme which has previously been is use at Griffin Park is being brought back for season 2005/06.

With no games being played on Bank Holiday Monday (29th August), The Bees are offering special prices to Premiership club season ticket holders for the clubs game against Gillingham (3pm Kick off).

The club hopes that allowing fans who are normally unable to watch 'bread and butter' football are able to come see the Bees in action at a special price.

By showing their Premiership season tickets at specially signposted, designeated turnstiles within the main Braemar Road enterance they will recieve adult tickets for 10 pounds, and 2 pounds for kids.

Bees communication officer Peter Gilham said,

"We offered the same kind of deal last season and had excellent support from local fans, we're hoping for the same again."

"I believe our team is worth watching and support that is second to none"

"The hope is that a few Premieship fans adopt us as their second club and we may attract a few return visits."