Brentford Community Stadium Matchday Experience Consultation

Monday, 14 September 2015 | News

Fans are invited to register to take part in one of two focus groups looking at your ideal matchday experience.

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We would like to know about your match day experiences, both good and bad, so we can understand what you want the Brentford Community Stadium to be like. The new stadium project team will be hosting two focus groups in The Hive, one before the Preston North End match and the other prior to the Sheffield Wednesday game each lasting approx. 75 mins.

To take part all you have to do is register online here.

We want to ensure that a broad range of supporters from across our fan base get the chance to have their say. So, we will select supporters based on a number of different factors such as; length of support, the types of ticket purchasers, how far fans travel and where at Griffin Park they watch home games.

Not all fans who register may be chosen to take part in these first two focus groups. We need 60 supporters, (30 for each) but if we get more interest than needed we’ll do our best to arrange further sessions. All fans will get to have their say via an online survey that will follow these focus groups.

This is the first step in helping us create a matchday experience that we hope will cater for the broad variety of fans and we hope that you’ll join us to help do this.


Matchday experience consultation timetable:

Saturday 19th September, 11.00–12.15 – focus group one

Saturday 26th September, 11.00–12.15 – focus group two

w/c 5th October – supporter survey launched online

w/c 26th October – survey results publicised & feedback provided


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