Stu Wakeford behind the scenes at our New Home

On Sunday we play our first ever competitive game at our new home. Ahead of the game, Stu Wakeford was given unrestricted access to go behind the scenes at our finished home.

Watch: Our new home: From start to finish

We have now played our first game at our new home. A state-of-the-art stadium has risen before our eyes and a new era for Brentford FC is underway. We have come a long way since ground-breaking. Have a look at what we have achieved………

Officials outline #BeeTogether with Off the Pitch

Brentford FC have been talking in depth to Off the Pitch about our Bee Together strategy. Off the Pitch delivers unrivalled football business journalism and insight to subscribers as well as delivering a business intelligence tool to compare data from clubs across Europe. Chief Executive Jon Varney joined Directors Monique Choudhuri and Nity Raj for a conversation about Bee Together, the Club's di

Sky say Farewell to Griffin Park with special video

It was a historic and momentus day at Griffin Park yesterday as Brentford played their final ever game at their historic home. The Bees have played in that little corner of TW8 for 116 years but will move to a new stadium before the start of next season. They bowed out in the best possible way, beating Swansea City to secure a place in the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final. Last night's game

Brentford Women’s FC celebrate 30th birthday

The eyes of the football world will be on Griffin Park this evening but most watching will not be aware of a special Brentford FC anniversary that is also being marked this week. On 28 July 1990, the first steps were taken to form Brentford Women's FC. Three decades on Brentford face Swansea City in the last ever match at Griffin Park and many of the players from Brentford's women's teams that hav

Football never went away at Brentford FC

With EFL clubs and their respective community 0rganisations working up and down the country to support families during the Covid-19 crisis, the EFL Trust have launched its “Football Never Went Away” campaign that highlighted the community response to the crisis. With 36.6million people in England and Wales living within a 10-mile radius of an EFL Ccub – a radius that encompasses four in 10 r

#BeeTogether – What it means to us

Brentford Football Club has been consistent for many years with its position on racial equality. We want everyone to feel welcome at Brentford and will continue to fight racism and discrimination of any kind. The events of the past few weeks have highlighted the importance of this work and we can all do our bit to make a difference. Togetherness is one of our key values as a Club. We pride ours

Brentford players, fans and staff send message of togetherness

Ahead of their first match back this weekend, Brentford Football Club has released a new video reiterating its stand against racism and discrimination. Under its #BeeTogether banner, the video features Brentford players, fans and staff, and stresses the importance the Club places on togetherness and unity.