The Bees will take on Brentford B in the Middlesex FA Senior Challenge Cup Final on Tuesday 12th April (19:45 KO) at the Beveree Stadium.
All the key information you need ahead of the final can be found in our Match Preview.
We have been designated as the home side for this fixture.
Tickets for our cup final will be available to purchase online up until kick-off or at the turnstile using cash or card.
Click HERE to buy tickets.
Adults – £10
Concessions – £5
Under 16 – FREE
All gates will open at 18:30.
Nickname: The Bees
Stadium: Bedfont Sports Ground
Manager: Neil MacFarlane
IN: Roy Syla (Unassigned), Alex Gilbert (Swindon Town), Jaakko Oksanen (Greenock Morton).
OUT: Lachlan Brook (Adelaide United, loan), Aaron Pressley (AFC Wimbledon, loan), Deji Sotona (OGC Nice, loan), Nathan Shepperd (Dundalk FC), Joe Adams (Dundalk FC).
LAST TIME OUT
Bees 0 – 2 Solihull Moors
Vanarama National League
Bees: Jake Askew, Jordan Thomas, Ben Richards-Everton, Rob Hall (Louis Walsh 86’), Ross Marshall, Ephron Mason-Clark, Adam Marriott, Reiss Greenidge, Harry Taylor © (Wes Fonguck 86’), Ryan De Havilland, Reece Grego-Cox. Subs (not used): Aymen Azaze, Sam Granville, Antonis Vasiliou.
Barking FC 0 – 4 Brentford B
London Senior Cup
Brentford B: Ben Winterbottom, Lewis Gordon, Val Adedokun (Trialist 65’) Ben Hockenhull, Jones, Dominic Jefferies, Alex Gilbert, Hans Mpongo, Roy Syla, Jaakko Oksanen (Wraynel Hercules 65’) Tristan Crama (Jude Russell 65’).
Neil MacFarlane began his senior playing career with Queen’s Park – where he won the Scottish Third Division title during his first season.
The midfielder went on to have an extensive career for the likes of Airdrieonians, Hearts, Aberdeen and Queen of the South.
The 44-year-old’s first coaching role came at Coventry City as caretaker manager in 2015, before he took charge of Kidderminster Harriers three years later.
MacFarlane joined Brentford B in 2019 and has also overseen the first-team due to their manager recording a positive Covid-19 test.
ONE TO WATCH
Daniel Oyegoke began his youth career at Barnet before moving to Arsenal at the age of 14 – where he progressed through their academy. During this time he switched positions from a forward to a defender.
Oyegoke made 10 appearances for Arsenal’s U23s and has also represented England at youth level.
The defender has been impressive in recent games and is known to be a threat in attack through his mazy runs down the wing.
Official One: Conor Griffin
Official Two: Nathan Briggs
Official Three: Sobastian Frazer
Official Four: Dani Mansour
COME ON YOU BEES!