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Brentford fans offered half-price tickets for crunch clash at Everton

Brentford fans have been offered half-price tickets for their upcoming Premier League match against Everton at Goodison Park.

The match is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 27, at 5:30pm but could be subject to further change.

Brentford fixture subject to further change

The decision to broadcast the match between the two teams fighting to avoid relegation was made by the Premier League on March 23. As part of Sky’s coverage for that weekend, it is scheduled to take place in the 5:30pm slot, but this could change.

If Manchester City progress to the semi-finals of the Champions League, then Brentford’s game would move to Sunday, April 28, at 4:30pm. This is because City are scheduled to play away at Nottingham Forest on the Sunday, so if they beat Real Madrid in the quarter finals, these two Premier League matches would swap places.

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If Pep Guardiola's side find a way past Real Madrid, Brentford's match against Everton will be rescheduled again – Photo by Icon Sport

Adjusted ticket prices for Brentford fans

Brentford announced in a club statement that the new ticket prices would be £15 for adults, £12.50 for fans aged 65 and over, and finally £10 for under-18s. Tickets went on sale to season ticket and premium seat holders today, before MyBees members can purchase tickets at 2pm on Thursday, April 11.

Sally Stephens, Brentford’s fan and community relations director, said: “We are pleased to be able to offer discounted tickets for the Everton game given the fixture disruption and the possibility of a further change to the kick-off time.

“By offering tickets at a reduced price, we hope to encourage as many fans as possible to make the trip up to Liverpool for this crucial game.

“We understand the commitment of the fans who follow Brentford around the country to back Thomas and the team. This is a small gesture to say ‘thank you’ and to acknowledge the uncertainty surrounding this particular game.

Stephens added: “We did consider putting on free coach travel, something which was initially suggested by BIAS, but we know many fans will travel by car or may have already booked their train tickets.

“So, we felt that by covering part of the ticket costs, it would mean that all fans attending could benefit.”


Will Murray

Freelance football journalist. Experience writing for When Saturday, Comes, Goalkeeper.com, Elite Scholars and Total Football Analysis. Recently finished an MA in Sport Journalism at the University of Brighton. Long-time season ticket holder at the two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest.

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