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Leicester City vs Brentford Tickets

Leicester City vs Brentford Tickets

Leicester City vs Brentford promises to be an interesting match-up, as both teams have a loyal and passionate fan base who always create a great atmosphere. Leicester and Brentford are two historic English teams founded in 1884 and 1889, respectively. 

Leicester City gained promotion to the Premier League after an extremely successful 2013-2014 season, and Brentford have been playing in the top tier since 2021.

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Leicester City

Leicester City gained worldwide recognition after winning the 2015-16 Premier League, making them one of only seven clubs to have won the competition since its inception in 1992. The club has also played in seven European competitions, reaching the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals in 2016-17 and the UEFA Europa Conference League semi-finals in 2021-22.
Many legendary players have donned the Leicester jersey, including Tim Flowers, Jamie Vardy, and Frank Sinclair, all of whom made a massive impact during their time at The Foxes.

King Power Stadium

Leicester have played their home games at the King Power Stadium (also known as Leicester City Stadium) since 2002. It has an all-seated capacity of 32,261 and is also the primary home for Leicester City Women. Prior to moving to the King Power Stadium, Leicester’s home ground was Filbert Street. 

Brentford

Brentford are a team known for their unique style of play, which always makes their games exciting to watch. Brentford are currently playing at their highest level since the 1946-47 season and are keen to remain there.
Many footballing heroes have played for Brentford including Ken Coote, Andrew McCulloch and Marcus Gayle. The Bees record for top goalscorer is held by Jim Towers, who played for the club from 1954 until 1961. 

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford play their home games at Brentford Community Stadium (also know as the Gtech Community Stadium), which is located in West London. The club had played at Griffin Park for over a hundred years before they moved.
The stadium has a capacity of 17,250 and is used for both association football and rugby union matches. Opened in 2020, Brentford Community Stadium was also used during the UEFA Women's Euro in 2022, and always promises an electric atmosphere.