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Brentford Tickets

Brentford is a west London team with a dedicated fanbase. Tickets can be expensive, and away tickets are also difficult to obtain since most are reserved for home fans.

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How to Buy Brentford Tickets: Home and Away

You can easily buy Brentford tickets with Ticket Compare. Choose a match from the table above, then compare prices from trusted sellers. Premier League tickets are generally hard to get hold of.  Read on for answers to frequently answered questions about how to buy Brentford tickets.


How Much are Brentford Tickets?

  The status of the opponent and the location of your seat will influence the price of the ticket. But match day tickets are difficult to get, even with a membership. Ticket Compare can ensure you get the tickets to your chosen game and avoid disappointment. 

How Much is a Brentford Season Ticket?

  Season tickets for Brentford start at around £419.

Can You Get Brentford Tickets Without a Membership?

  Although you don't necessarily need a membership to secure a ticket, the high demand means that Brentford's hospitality options usually sell out. And even if you are a member, it is still very difficult to acquire these tickets and there are no guarantees. You can get hold of match-day tickets on Ticket Compare.    Membership for Brentford FC costs £40 for adults, but does not guarantee you tickets.   

About Brentford FC

Brentford FC is a professional association football team based in West London, England. The club was founded in 1889, and they currently play in the Premier League, which is the top tier of English football.    Brentford's predominant home colours are a red and white striped shirt, black shorts, and red or black socks. They are nicknamed 'The Bees'.  

Stadium Information

  Gtech Brentford Community Stadium is based in Brentford, West London. With a capacity of 17,250, it is one of the smaller stadiums in the Premier League.    The address is Lionel Road S, Brentford, TW8 0RU    

Honours and Trophies

  Brentford won the Southern League Second Division in 1900-01, and were elected into the Football League in 1920. The most successful period in the club's history was undoubtedly the 1930s, when they were crowned champions of the Football League Third Division South and won the Second Division title.    The club won promotion as champions of League Two in 2008-2009, and then were promoted out of League One in 2013-2014. They are currently playing at the highest level for the first time since the 1946-1947 season.  

Team Information

  Brentford FC have a long and illustrious history, with many heroes and legends gracing the hallowed turf of Griffin Park and Brentford Community Stadium. The Brentford Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 and the inaugural inductions were former players Idris Hopkins, Joe James, and Malky MacDonald.   Jim Towers was the club's greatest goalscorer, with 153 league goals and 163 in all competitions. He played for the club from 1954 to 1961. He is also renowned for his partnership with fellow player George Francis, throughout the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the pair were dubbed ‘The Terrible Twins’.    The more recent Brentford FC team is based around a strong core of young British players, supplemented by some experienced foreign signings. Irish defender John Egan impressed as captain during the 2017-2018 season, while other key players have included midfielders Romaine Sawyers and Alan Judge, as well as strikers Neal Maupay and Ollie Watkins.  


  Rivalry games between Brentford and Fulham are always hotly contested, with each side keen to get one over on their local rivals. The history of the two clubs is long and fraught with animosity, which only adds to the excitement when they meet on the pitch.   Brentford also have a rivalry with fellow West London club, Queens Park Rangers. The tension intensified in 1967 when Rangers failed in an attempted takeover of Brentford.      Chelsea are also included in the West London derby, however the two clubs have been in separate divisions up until recently.
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