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Brentford vs Leeds is bound to be an exciting pairing, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base who always create an electric atmosphere. Brentford and Leeds are two clubs with a long and storied history, founded in 1889 and 1919, respectively. Both teams were recently promoted to the top flight, and are determined to stay there.

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Leeds United vs Brentford Tickets

Leeds United

Leeds are a widely supported club, who have a unique style of play that is always pleasing to witness. The club has seen their fair share of successes, winning three English league titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup, two FA Charity Shields and two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups.

Leeds has produced many talented players over the years including Peter Lorimer, Eddie Grey, Billy Bremner and John Charles. All of these players made their mark during their time at the club, and are seen as heroes to the Leeds fans.

Elland Road

Leeds have played at Elland Road Stadium since their formation in 1919. With a capacity of 37,792, it's the 14th largest football stadium in England. Due to high demand, tickets for matches at Elland Road can be difficult to obtain.

The ground has hosted FA Cup semi-final matches, England international fixtures and was one of the eight venues selected for the 1996 Euros. It has also hosted various concerts, including Queen and U2.


Brentford are a London-based club, with a long and proud history. Nicknamed The Bees, Brentford have seen success in recent times, and are an exciting team to watch.

Many legendary players have donned the Brentford jersey over the years, including Joe James, Kevin O’Connor and Keith Millen. The club’s top scorer is Jim Towers, who played for Brentford from 1954 until 1961 and was voted the club's greatest ever player in 2013.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford have played at the Brentford Community Stadium (also called the Gtech Community Stadium) since it opened its doors in 2020. Prior to this, the club played at Griffin Park for over a hundred years. With a capacity of 17,250, Brentford’s stadium is smaller than others in the Premier League, but still promises a fantastic atmosphere for fans on match days.