Dug out bar entry after game

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Will non-Brentford games which are being televised live and not happening at the BCS be shown on televisions in the dugout on days when Brentford are not playing a match at the BCS?
The stadium is not open on non match days.
 

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Oh

What happened to the events they had during lockdown with a pie and a match?

Chicken in a basket wasn't it? Maybe something will happen for the World Cup, who knows?
 

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Had a look after the Spurs game but the queue was massive - however if we relegate Leeds there will be justifiable cause for celebration so may try Dugout after the game
 

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Had a look after the Spurs game but the queue was massive - however if we relegate Leeds there will be justifiable cause for celebration so may try Dugout after the game

Once they open the doors it moves very quickly. Fast service as well.
 

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Had a look after the Spurs game but the queue was massive - however if we relegate Leeds there will be justifiable cause for celebration so may try Dugout after the game

If this happens, I shall stay celebrating in the Dugout bar for several days until it's safe to come back out again 🤪
 

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The stadium is not open on non match days.

As it was an original plan for the stadium to be a 7 day open for business hobby, are there plans to go back to that ?
 

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As it was an original plan for the stadium to be a 7 day open for business hobby, are there plans to go back to that ?

Open what part up?

It’s match only and close it up afterwards. Unless there’s a euro or wc match on the club can sell and £30/£40 a head to make it worth opening up?!!
 

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As it was an original plan for the stadium to be a 7 day open for business
There was an original plan to "sweat the asset" and have the Community Trust based in the stadium etc. but that proved unworkable with the latter design wear the focus was on saving costs and reducing risks. Therefore the new stadium isn't "open" 7 days a week, but neither is any other stadium AFAIK. However if you want your wedding there and the price is right then it will be opened.

The stadium is "open" in some respects as Box Office staff are there, groundsmen are there, and the club hold meetings in the lounges.
 

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Open what part up?

It’s match only and close it up afterwards. Unless there’s a euro or wc match on the club can sell and £30/£40 a head to make it worth opening up?!!

That's the starter of the conversation maybe.
Itd be a good idea to show live Bees away games in the bars, but that can only happen once we've sold out an away allocation.......and if its allowed with the football authorities
 

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That's the starter of the conversation maybe.
Itd be a good idea to show live Bees away games in the bars, but that can only happen once we've sold out an away allocation.......and if its allowed with the football authorities
It's not permitted (unless the game is televised live)
 

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