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Brentford vs Fulham Tickets

Brentford vs Fulham Tickets

Brentford and Fulham are two of the most historic clubs in England, as they were founded in 1889 and 1879, respectively. Both clubs have a loyal following of supporters and are always looking to improve their position in the standings. As two West London clubs, Brentford and Fulham have a long-standing rivalry, and games between them promise to be filled with tension and drama. 

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Brentford F.C.

Brentford gained promotion for the first time since 1946, after winning the 2021 Championship Final. Nicknamed ‘The Bees’, Brentford’s home colours are red and white with black socks. 
Many heroes of the game have played for Brentford, including Marcus Gayle, Ken Coote, and Andrew McCulloch. Jim Towers is the club’s all-time leading goalscorer and was voted the club’s greatest ever player in 2013. Towers played for The Bees from 1954 to 1961.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford play their home games at Brentford Community Stadium, currently known as the Gtech Community Stadium. It has a capacity of 17,250, and is used for both football and rugby matches. Prior to moving, Brentford played at Griffin Park from 1904 until 2020.  Brentford Community Stadium is at the heart of plans to regenerate the surrounding area. 

Fulham

Fulham have had their ups and downs over the past few years, but are determined to remain in the top flight. The club have reached two major finals in their history: the FA Cup in 1975 and the UEFA Europa League Cup in 2010.
Many legendary players have donned the white jersey over the years, including Gordon Davies, Alan Mullery, and Graham Leggatt. Perhaps the most famous Fulham player, is Sir Bobby Robson. He had two stints at the club, and later became the England national team manager. 

Craven Cottage

Craven Cottage is based in Fulham, West London. The historic stadium has been home to Fulham since 1896, and was previously a royal hunting lodge. Craven Cottage has a capacity of 22,384, and was formerly the home ground for rugby league club Fulham RLFC. 
Located on the banks of the River Thames, Craven Cottage is accessible via all major transport links and is a must-see. Due to its popularity, tickets for games at Craven Cottage can be hard to come by.