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Brentford and West Ham are two London-based teams with a long and storied history. West Ham was created in 1895 as Thames Ironworks, before becoming West Ham United in 1900, and Brentford were formed in 1889. Both clubs have a large and passionate fan base, and games between them are sure to be filled with drama and tension.

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Brentford vs West Ham United Tickets

West Ham United

West Ham have seen a lot of success over the years, winning the FA Cup three times, as well as the European Cup Winners’ Cup and Intertoto Cup once. They are one of eight clubs that have never fallen below the second tier in English football.

West Ham have had many great players over the years, some of whom are considered legends of the game. Bobby Moore, who was part of England's World Cup-winning team, is perhaps the most famous player to have ever donned a claret and blue shirt. Other legendary players include Trevor Booking, Frank Lampard Snr and Dimitri Payet.

London Stadium

London Stadium (formerly and also known as Olympic Stadium and the Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park) is where West Ham call home. The stadium was specifically constructed for the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and is located in the Stratford district of London.

With a capacity of 60,000 for football matches, London Stadium is the seventh-largest football ground in the UK. Tickets to see games at London Stadium are hard to come by due to their popularity.


Brentford are a club on the up, after gaining promotion in 2021. Nicknamed The Bees, Brentford are known for their unique style of play, which always makes their games a treat to spectate.

Brentford have produced many legends over the years, who all made a huge impact during their time at the club. Noteworthy players include Jim Towers, Ken Coote, Ollie Watkins, and Ivan Toney.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford’s home ground is Brentford Community Stadium (also known as the Gtech Community Stadium). Located in West London, the Brentford Community Stadium has a capacity of 17,250. It was used for the UEFA Women’s Euros in 2022, and is at the heart of plans to regenerate the surrounding area, which will include new homes and opportunities.