Brentford Stadium

Brentford Football Club has built a brand new stadium which is within a very short walk of Chiswick Roundabout and Kew Bridge.

The new stadium is one of the most significant and exciting developments in the history of Brentford FC. The cornerstone of a long-term vision, it will help ensure a sustainable future for the Club.

Situated next to Kew Bridge station, less than a mile away from the Club’s historic Griffin Park ground, it’s much more than just a stadium for professional football though. It will also be home to a professional rugby union team and is at the heart of plans to regenerate the local area.

The stadium is part of a major regeneration project of the area known as Brentford East and is ready for both Premier League football and Premiership rugby with London Irish RFC also playing their home games in that part of West London. The development also includes the construction of more than 900 new homes, a new purpose-built location for Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, and a public square with shops and cafés.

Brentford currently play in the English Football League Championship. It was founded on 10 October 1889 and played its home games at Griffin Park between 1904 and 2020 until a move to the new stadium.

Brentford’s most successful spell came during the 1930s, when it achieved consecutive top six finishes in the First Division. Since the Second World War, it has spent most of its time in the third and fourth tiers of English football. Brentford has been FA Cup quarter-finalists on four occasions and has three times been Football League Trophy runners-up. The Club’s aim is to play at the top level of English football in the Premier League.

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