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Brentford vs Wolves Tickets

Brentford vs Wolves is set to be an interesting match up, as both teams have a long and proud history, dating back well over a hundred years. Brentford were founded in 1889 and Wolverhampton Wanderers were created in 1877. Both teams have a loyal and passionate fan base, who are always vocal with their support during games.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers

  Wolverhampton Wanderers, commonly referred to as Wolves, are based in the West Midlands. They were one of the founding members of the Football League in 1888 and won their first major trophy in 1893. More recently, the club reached the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals in 2020.   Wolves have produced many legendary players over the years, all of whom made a huge impact during their time at the club. Some of the most iconic players include Stan Cullis, Steve Bull, and Ron Flowers.

Molineux Stadium

  Wolves have played their home games at Molineux Stadium since 1889. The historic ground was the first to be built for use by a Football League club, and hosted some of the earliest European Club Games in the 1950s. Molineux Stadium has a 32,050 all-seated capacity, but this is set to increase in the coming years.


  Brentford have had many ups and downs over the years, but achieved victory in 2021, after beating Swansea in the Championship final and securing a spot in the Premier League. The club has had many talented players don their jersey over the years.   Jim Towers is the club’s leading goalscorer and was voted their best ever player in 2013. Other legendary players include Ken Coote, Gary Roberts, Gary Blissett, and Kevin O’Connor. All of these players are members of the Brentford Hall of Fame, which was created in 1991.

Brentford Community Stadium

  Brentford’s home ground is the Brentford Community Stadium, which is also called the Gtech Community Stadium for sponsorship purposes. Brentford have played here since 2020, after moving from their previous home of Griffin Park.   The stadium has a capacity of 17,250 and is suitable for both association football and rugby union matches. Brentford Community Stadium always promises a terrific atmosphere on match days, however tickets to see games here can be difficult to secure.