Brentford is located in west London right where the rivers Thames and Brent meet. Ahead of the 2020-21 season, the new arena Brentford Community Stadium is now ready as the club's new home, with room for about 17,000 spectators. A modern arena that makes the club ready to assert itself in a completely different way, both on the field and financially.
Brentford FC previously played their home games at Griffin Park as the arena was called until the 2019–2020 season. The team had played at this arena since it was built in 1904. As the arena has a remarkable age, it has undergone ongoing renovations, with a final capacity of about 12,700 spectators. The arena was also somewhat unique as there used to be a pub in every corner.
Brentford co-founded the Third Division and in the late 1920s and 1930s, great progress was made. In the 1929/30 season they won all their home matches and since the 1935 season they went up in the First Division and then finished in 5th place, which is the club's best league placement. In the late 1960s, they were being taken over by the Queens Park Rangers, but survived thanks to an emergency loan of £ 104,000.
Brentford's nickname is "The Bees". The nickname was created by a couple of students from Borough Polytechnic in the 1890s when they participated in a match and shouted the college song "Bock Up Bs" in support of their friend and then Brentford player Joe Gettins.
The new arena is located on Lionel Road which is located between Kew Bridge Railway Station and the M4 and from there it is about 10 km from the old arena Griffin Park.
From central London you can easily get to Brentford by train. You can either choose to take the subway to South Ealing Station and then walk from there to the arena which takes about 30 minutes and there it is recommended to pay a visit to one of the supporter pubs nearby. You can also take the train all the way to Kew Bridge Railway Station, where it takes just a few minutes to reach Brentford Community Stadium.
Through our agreement with the club and as Scandinavia's only official reseller to Brentford FC, Brentford FC and GO Sport Travel will be able to offer more different ticket categories to the new arena. Brentford Community Stadium will have a couple of different lounges and hospitality tickets to offer with both food and drink. They will also be able to offer only General Admisson tickets and then you only have seating and access to a bar or kiosk.
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