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Bournemouth vs Brentford Tickets

Brentford vs Bournemouth is set to be an interesting match up, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base who always create an electric atmosphere at their games. The two teams are relatively new to the top flight, as Brentford gained promotion in 2021 and Bournemouth returned to the Premier League in 2022.

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Bournemouth vs Brentford Ticket Information

Bournemouth

  AFC Bournemouth are based in Kings Park in Boscombe. Nicknamed The Cherries, Bournemouth were created in 1899 and play in a red and black strip. The club have produced many legendary players over the years, all of whom are seen as heroes to the fans.   Noteworthy players include Charlie Daniels, James Hayter and Matty Holmes. Ron Eyre holds the record for goals scored, which took place between 1924 and 1933. Another well-known player is Jamie Redknapp. Although he only played for Bournemouth for a short time, he still made a huge impact.

Dean Court

  Bournemouth’s home ground is Dean Court, where they have played since 1910. It is currently known as Vitality Stadium for sponsorship reasons and has a capacity of 11,364, making it one of the smaller stadiums in the Premier League. Tickets to see games at Dean Court can be difficult to get your hands on.

Brentford

  Created in 1889, Brentford are a team known for their unique style of play. The club has seen many highs and lows over the years, but are firmly back in the top flight after beating Swansea in the 2021 Championship.   Brentford’s top players include Marcus Gayle, Andrew McCulloch, Kevin O’Connor and Ken Coote. Jim Towers is another Brentford hero, and was voted their best ever player in 2013. He played for The Bees from 1954 until 1961 and still holds the record for scoring the highest number of goals.

Brentford Community Stadium

  Brentford’s home ground is the Brentford Community Stadium (also called the Gtech Community Stadium), where they have played since its opening in 2020. Prior to this, the club played at Griffin Park from 1904.    Brentford Community Stadium is also the home of Premiership Rugby Club, London Irish, and is suitable for both association football and rugby union matches. The stadium has a capacity of 17,250, and always promises a terrific atmosphere on match days.