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Brentford and Newcastle are two English football teams with a long and proud history. Newcastle was founded in 1892 and Brentford was formed in 1889. Both teams have a large and passionate fan base in the UK and overseas, who always create a fantastic atmosphere on match days.

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Newcastle United

Newcastle United has been a member of the Premier League for all but three years of the competition’s history. The club has seen their fair share of success over the years, winning four League Titles, six FA Cups, and an FA Charity Shield.

Many noteworthy players have donned the black and white jersey including Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley, Jackie Milburn, and Shay Given. All of these players made a huge impact during their time at the club, and are seen as heroes to the Newcastle fans.

St James’ Park

Newcastle have played their home games at St James’ Park since 1892. The historic stadium has a seating capacity of 52,305 seats and is the eighth-largest stadium in the UK. The stadium has also been used for international football, the rugby union World Cup, and games at the 2012 Olympics. Due to high demand, tickets for matches at St James’ Park can be difficult to obtain.


Brentford have had their ups and downs over the years, but gained promotion to the Premier League in 2021 after an impressive Championship win. The club has an attractive style of play, which always makes their games a treat to watch.

The Bees have produced many legendary players over the years. Ken Coote holds the record for the greatest number of appearances for the club, with an impressive 559 appearances between 1949 and 1964. Jamie Bates, Peter Gelson, and Kevin O'Connor have all made over 500 appearances for Brentford.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford’s home ground is Brentford Community Stadium (also called Gtech Community Stadium). The Bees have played here since 2020, after moving from their previous ground, Griffin Park.

Brentford Community Stadium has a capacity of 17,250, and always promises an electric atmosphere on match days. The stadium is also the home of the Premiership Rugby club, London Irish.