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Brighton and Hove Albion and Brentford F.C. are two teams with a long and proud history, as Brentford was founded in 1889, and Brighton was created in 1901. Brentford gained promotion to the top tier in 2021 and Brighton have been in the Premier League since the 2016-17 season. Both teams have passionate fans, who will be sure to create an intense atmosphere during their games.

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Brentford F.C.

Brentford won promotion as champions of League Two in 2008-2009, and then were promoted out of League One in 2013-2014. They are currently playing at the highest level for the first time since the 1946-1947 season, and are keen to stay there.

The club has produced some noteworthy players over the years including Jim Towers and John Egan. The Brentford Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 and the first inductions were former players Idris Hopkins, Joe James, and Malky MacDonald, all of whom made a huge impact on the club.

Brentford Community Stadium

The Brentford Community Stadium is based in Brentford, West London. The stadium has a capacity of 17,250 and is also used by Premiership Rugby club, London Irish. Prior to moving to Brentford Community Stadium, The Bees played their home games at Griffin Park for over a hundred years.

Brighton and Hove Albion

Brighton and Hove Albion have had a number of ups and downs over the years, but reached the Premier League for the first time in 2017 following a 34-year stint away from the top flight of English football.

Some great players have donned the Brighton jersey over the years, including Lewis Dunk, Inigo Calderon, and Anthony Knockaert. Glenn Murray was also a legend at the club, making 177 appearances and scoring 74 goals. He helped fire Albion to promotion twice in the decade.

AMEX Stadium

The Falmer Stadium, also known as the AMEX Stadium, is located in the village of Falmer in Brighton. With a capacity of 31,800, it is the second-largest stadium in South East England, and the 31st largest stadium in the UK.

The AMEX was designed to host other sporting events and has been the venue of matches in the 2015 Rugby World Cup and the UEFA Women's Euro in 2022. The atmosphere at the stadium is electric, and always promises great entertainment for viewers.