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Brentford and Liverpool are two teams with a rich and storied history dating back over a hundred years, as Brentford was founded in 1889 and Liverpool was created in 1892. Brentford gained promotion after an impressive win in the 2021 Championship final, and Liverpool are one of only six clubs to have played in the Premier League since its inception in 1992.

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Liverpool are one of the most successful teams in English football, making them a treat to watch. The club has won a range of trophies including nineteen League titles, eight FA Cups, six European Cups, three UEFA Cups, four UEFA Super Cups, one FIFA Club World Cup and a record nine League Cups.

The team has produced many legendary players including Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard, Ian Rush and John Barnes, all of whom made a significant impact during their time at The Reds.


Liverpool have played their home games at Anfield since their formation in 1892. With a capacity of 53,394 it is the seventh-largest football stadium in England. This historic stadium is very special to Liverpool fans and the pre-match atmosphere is unrivalled. As one of the most popular football clubs, tickets for Liverpool games at Anfield can be hard to come by.


Brentford have an attractive style of play, which makes them an exciting club to watch. They have a large and passionate fan base, who always help to create an electric atmosphere on match days. Brentford have had their ups and downs over the years, but have seen success recently.

The Brentford Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 and the original members were former players Idris Hopkins, Joe James, and Malky MacDonald. Other players who achieved recognition include Ken Coote who holds the record for most appearances at the club, and Jim Towers who scored the most goals.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford’s home ground is the Brentford Community Stadium (also called the Gtech Community Stadium), which is located in West London. The club has played at the stadium since 2020, after relocating from Griffin Park, where they had played since 1904.

Brentford Community Stadium has a capacity of 17,250 and is also the home of Premiership Rugby club London Irish.