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Brentford Football Club was founded back in 1889. The club is based in West London and has spent the majority of its history competing between the second, third and fourth divisions of English football. They won promotion to the Premier League via the 2021 Championship Play-Off Final, with it being the first time that they had made it to the top flight of English football since the 1946/47 season.
They played their home matches at Griffin Park from 1904 until 2020, before they moved into the Gtech Community Stadium for their promotion season. Brentford’s traditional rivals are their West London neighbours Fulham, QPR and Chelsea.
As previously mentioned, Brentford have featured in all four of English football’s top league’s throughout the last century, winning a total of eight different promotions from those leagues. There were six league titles won during those promotions: 3x Championship titles, 2x League One titles and 1x League Two title.
The Bees haven’t enjoyed as much success in cup competitions, having been runners-up three times in the Football League Trophy. They have also never progressed past the quarter-finals of the FA Cup or the semi-finals of the League Cup.
Brentford spent 116 years at Griffin Park before moving to the Gtech Community Stadium in 2020. Home to 12,300 fans, Griffin Park was replaced for the modern ground and a capacity of 17,250. It was used during the Women’s European Championship in 2022 and has also hosted home matches for rugby union team London Irish.
The Gtech Community Stadium was also the venue for one of the Bees’ most famous results in their history. They defeated Manchester United 4-0 at the start of the 2022/23 season in what will always be a historic game for the club’s supporters.