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Brentford vs Southampton is set to be an interesting match up, as both teams have a rich and illustrious history dating back well over a hundred years. Brentford were founded in 1889, and Southampton were formed in 1885. Both teams have a large and passionate fan base, who always create a terrific atmosphere on match days.

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Southampton were founder members of the Premier League in 1992, and remained there until they were relegated in 2005. They gained promotion back to the top flight in 2011-2012. The club has seen their fair share of success over the years, reaching the FA Cup final in 2003 and winning the Football League Trophy in 2010.

Many legends have donned the Southampton jersey including Alan Shearer, Gareth Bale, Terry Paine, and Nick Channon. Matt Le Tissier is another Southampton hero, spending his entire professional career at the club. His loyalty earned him the nickname 'Le God' by the fans.

St Mary’s Stadium

Southampton play their home games at St Mary’s Stadium, located on Britannia Road in Southampton. The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 32,384 and is the largest stadium in South East England.

The club moved to St Mary’s Stadium in 2001, after relocating from The Dell, where they had played since 1898. Due to high demand, tickets for games at St Mary’s Stadium can be difficult to get your hands on.


Brentford gained promotion to the Premier League in 2021 after an impressive Championship win. The club has had their ups and downs over the years, but are keen to remain in the top flight.

Brentford has produced some notable players over the years, all of whom made a huge impact during their time at the club. Ken Coote made the most appearances for the club, and Jim Towers holds the record for top goalscorer. Both players are members of the Brentford Hall of Fame.

Brentford Community Stadium

The Bees play their home games at the Brentford Community Stadium (also called the Gtech Community Stadium). The stadium is known for its electric atmosphere on match days, and is always a great place to visit.

Brentford have played at the stadium since 2020, after moving from their previous ground of Griffin Park. Brentford Community Stadium is also the home of Premiership Rugby club, London Irish.