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Crystal Palace vs Brentford Tickets

Crystal Palace vs Brentford Tickets

Brentford and Crystal Palace have a long and storied history that dates back to the early days of English football. As two London-based teams, the game promises to be an exciting one, filled with drama and tension.

 

Although Crystal Palace was founded as a professional club in 1905, its origins can be traced back as far as 1861. Palace have played in the top fight since 2013. Nicknamed ‘The Bees’, Brentford were created in 1889 and have played in the Premier League since 2021 and are keen to remain there. 

 

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Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace FC is a historic football club with a bright future. The club has produced many legends of the game and continues to be a force in English football. Palace have a loyal and passionate fan base who create a lively atmosphere at their games.
Some of the most notable players to grace the turf of Selhurst Park are Kenny Sansom, Ian Wright, and more recently Wilfred Zaha. Palace’s top goalscorer is Peter Simpson, who played for the club from 1929 until 1935.

Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace have played their home games at Selhurst Park since it opened in 1924. Based in London, the stadium has a capacity of 25,486 and always promises a great atmosphere. Selhurst Park has also hosted international football as well as games for the 1948 Olympics and Wimbledon from 1991 until 2003.

Brentford 

Brentford has been through some tough times over the years, but the fans have always stuck by their team. The club is on the up again now, and things are looking good for the future.
Brentford has produced some of the country’s greatest footballers. Their most famous players include Marcus Gayle, Jim Towers, Gary Roberts and Ken Coote.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford have played their home games at Brentford Community Stadium (also called Gtech Community Stadium) since it opened in 2020. Prior to this, Brenford’s home stadium was Griffin Park. 
Brentford Community Stadium has a capacity of 17,250 and is suitable for both association football and rugby union matches. Due to their popularity, tickets for matches at the stadium can be hard to come by.

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