2017 News Archive
Monday, October 23, 2017

Brentford striker, Lasse Vibe, visits a primary school in Ealing

Brentford’s Danish international Lasse Vibe made a surprise visit to Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School earlier this week. During his visit, the striker signed hundreds of football boots, bags and autographs and find more Bee Teamers to cheer on the First Team.

 This year’s Primary Schools Day is about you and your junior Bee fan (who attend a local Primary School) enjoying a day out watching The Bees as we face Leeds United (at Griffin Park, Saturday 4 November). They’ll also receive a free goody bag - and the opportunity to play on the Griffin Park pitch at the end of season.

 Lasse said: “It will be great for local children and parents to attend the match, we have a great spirit at Griffin Park. These kids certainly put a smile on my face today – I hope I put a smile on their face too.”

 Helen Melville, who has a child at the school said: “It was lovely that a player could come to the school. And of course, all the after-school activities that the Trust run.”

Lasse's visit coincided with a number of players visiting schools across the local area:  Florian Jozefzoon visited S.t James's Catholic Primary School and Andreas Bjellend visited Chase Bridge Primary School.

Plus, the mascot 'Buzz' visited Orchard Primary School in Hounslow.

Surprise your child at school with a visit by one of our First Team players by getting involved in this rare occasion. For more information, simply email acrook@brentfordfccst.com before 5pm on Friday 27 October.

 More importantly, all money raised from ticket sales will be donated to our Trust, which will be invested in community projects across west London.