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Johnson's Praise For Bees Sell Out

Lee Johnson has thanked City’s travelling support after the Brentford away end sold out a fortnight before the match.

All 1,660 tickets for the Brook Road stand seating and terracing were snapped up in the wake of City’s 4-0 drubbing of Huddersfield Town. 

City’s head coach can’t wait to experience the atmosphere created by those the travelling fans at Griffin Park this Saturday (April 1st, 3pm). 

“Our supporters have been tremendous all season and have travelled in big numbers,” Johnson told bcfc.co.uk. 

“I’m sure they’ll create a great atmosphere behind that goal at Brentford and, on the back of recent results, we can’t wait for the game to come around now.” 

The fixture will be a main highlights match on Channel 5’s Football On 5 show this Saturday evening. 

Fans without tickets can attend a beamback at Ashton Gate in the Sports Bar & Grill and Lansdown Restaurant. Doors will open at midday with free entry for all supporters. 

Please note all tables in the Sports Bar & Grill are now fully booked. Fans have the option to book a table in the Lansdown Restaurant at £15 per person, include a pie and mash meal. This is not an exclusive or VIP option – just an extension to the Sports Bar. Call 0117 963 0680 to book. 

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