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Aston Villa and Brentford are two English football teams with a rich history, and the clubs have played against each other many times over the years. Aston Villa was founded in 1874 and Brentford was created in 1889. Both clubs have a large and committed fanbase, and their games always promise a great atmosphere.

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Aston Villa

One of the more entertaining sides in the Premier League, Aston Villa have a style of play that is very pleasing to the eye. They are able to keep the ball well and move it around with ease, making them a tough side to face.

The team has a long and prestigious history, with many great players having donned the claret and blue shirt over the years. One of the most famous is Stan Collymore who was part of the team that finished runners-up in the Premier League in 1995-96. Other legendary players include Peter Withe, who scored the winning goal in Villa's 1982 European Cup victory over Bayern Munich, as well as Gordon Cowans and Paul McGrath.

Villa Park

Aston Villa have called Villa Park their home since 1897, and the stadium has been the scene of some of the club's most memorable moments. The ground has been extensively redeveloped over the years, resulting in the current stand configuration of the Holte End, Trinity Road Stand, North Stand, and Doug Ellis Stand.

Villa Park has also hosted FA Cup finals, the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, and an FA Community Shield. The stadium currently has a capacity of 42,682.


Brentford FC is a London-based football club that has a unique playing style. The team focuses on possession-based football, which often leads to them having more shots on goal. Brentford's attractive and fluid style of play has earned the club many fans, both in the UK and abroad.

Brentford have a long and illustrious history, with many heroes and legends gracing the hallowed turf of Griffin Park and Brentford Community Stadium. Notable players include Joe James, Idris Hopkins, and John Egan.

Brentford Community Stadium

The club played their home matches at Griffin Park from 1904, before moving to Brentford Community Stadium in 2020. Brentford Community Stadium is also the home to the Premiership Rugby club, London Irish.

Completed in 2020, the stadium cost around £17 million to construct. The owner of Brentford has commented on how the stadium is small enough to create a brilliant atmosphere yet big enough to enable the continued growth of supporters.