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Everton vs Brentford is sure to be an exciting match-up, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base who always create an electric atmosphere. Both clubs have a long and illustrious history, as Brentford was founded in 1889, and Everton was created in 1878. Brentford made a triumphant return to the Premier League in 2021, while Everton have been in the top flight since its inception.

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Brentford vs Everton FC Tickets


Everton are one of the most successful clubs in the country, winning nine league titles, five FA Cups, one European Cup Winners' Cup, and nine Charity Shields.

The club has produced many legendary players over the years, including Kevin Ratcliffe, Wayne Rooney and goalkeeper Neville Southall. Another hero for the club is Dixie Dean, who still holds the record for most goals scored with an impressive 383 goals. Dean played for the club from 1925 until 1937 and has a statue dedicated to him at Goodison Park.

Goodison Park

Everton play their home games at Goodison Park, located in the Walton area of Liverpool. Goodison Park is a historical stadium, and Everton have played there since its completion in 1892. With an all-seated capacity of 39,414, it is the thirteenth-largest stadium in England.

Goodison Park has hosted more top-flight games than any other stadium, and has been the venue for an FA Cup Final and numerous international fixtures. Due to its popularity, tickets for games at the stadium can be difficult to secure.


Brentford are a team with a unique style of play, making them an entertaining side to watch. They have seen success in recent months and are keen to remain in the top flight.

Many legendary icons have played for The Bees including Jim Towers, Joe James, Ken Coote, and Kevin O’Connor. All of these players have become heroes to the Brentford fans, and made a huge impact during their time at the club.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford Community Stadium (also known as the Gtech Community Stadium) is where Brentford call home. The club have played there since 2020 after leaving their previous stadium, Griffin Park. The Brentford Community Stadium is at the heart of plans to regenerate the surrounding area, and was a venue for the Women's Euros in 2022.