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Brentford and Nottingham Forest are two teams with a long and storied history, dating back over a hundred years. Brentford were founded in 1889 and Nottingham Forest were created in 1865. Both clubs have had their ups and downs over the years, but have seen success more recently, with Brentford gaining promotion to the Premier League in 2021 and Nottingham Forest joining the top tier in 2022.

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Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest have some impressive achievements under their belt. They are one of only four English clubs to have won the European Cup/UEFA Champions League more than once and are one of only two English clubs to have won the competition back to back.

Many noteworthy players have donned the Forest jersey, including Stuart Pearce, Roy Keane, and Peter Shilton. Forest saw their most successful period under the management of Brian Clough and Peter Taylor in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

City Ground

Forest play their games at the City Ground, located in West Bridgeford, on the banks of the River Trent. The historic stadium has been the home of Forest since 1898, and always promises an electric atmosphere on match days. The City Ground has a capacity of 30,445 and was a venue for the 1996 Euros.


Brentford are a club with a large and passionate fan base, who always show support and enthusiasm on match days. Brentford has produced many legends of the game, who all made a huge impact during their time at the club.

Jim Towers is Brentford’s all-time leading goalscorer, and was voted the club’s greatest player in 2013. He played for The Bees from 1954 until 1961.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford’s home ground is the Brentford Community Stadium (also called the Gtech Community Stadium), located in West London. With a capacity of 17,250, the stadium is smaller and more intimate than others in the Premier League.

The club have played at the Brentford Community Stadium since 2020, after leaving their previous ground, Griffin Park, where they had played since 1904. Brentford Community Stadium is suitable for both association football and rugby union matches, and is also the home of Premiership Rugby Club, London Irish.