Brentford: Club Profile

Our first spell in League One came to its (premature) end at Brentford in May 2014 – and we haven’t met since that day. And that’s a shame because our record against them isn’t too bad at all; four wins from our first 10 encounters. Now they’re at the right end of the Championship and hunting down a Premier League place. Meanwhile, we’re starting from the bottom of League Two. Something’s not right there, eh?


The Facts

Brentford: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Brentford: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 03 May 2014

Saturday 12 October 2013

Tuesday 05 March 2013

Tuesday 12 February 2013

Saturday 21 April 2012

Tuesday 25 October 2011

Tuesday 31 August 2010


Players For Us... and Them

Nathan AbbeyProfile
Charlie AdamsProfile
Patrick AgyemangProfile
Keith AllinsonProfile
Paul BarrowcliffProfile
Ashley BayesProfile
Graham BensteadProfile
Dean BowditchProfile
Jon BradyProfile
Paul BrookerProfile
Drewe BroughtonProfile
Nathan BunceProfile
Steve ButlerProfile
DJ CampbellProfile
Canice CarrollProfile
Stuart CashProfile
Darius CharlesProfile
Ben ChorleyProfile
Josh ClarkeProfile
Jimmy DackProfile
Terry DixonProfile
Craig DobsonProfile
Ian FergussonProfile
James FerryProfile
Leo Fortune-WestProfile
Fraser FranksProfile
Jason GoodliffeProfile
Kelly HaagProfile
Lee HarveyProfile
Dean HooperProfile
Alan JulianProfile
Junior LewisProfile
Tony LynchProfile
Charlie MacDonaldProfile
Gavin MahonProfile
Billy ManuelProfile
Ricky MarshallProfile
Dean MartinProfile
Clark MastersProfile
Ben MayProfile
Dave McGheeProfile
Chris McKenzieProfile
Sammy MooreProfile
John MousinhoProfile
Ben NugentProfile
Jordan ParkesProfile
Gary PhillipsProfile
Rob QuinnProfile
Isaiah RankinProfile
Arthur ReadProfile
Gary RobertsProfile
Tommy SmithProfile
Sam SodjeProfile
Brian StathamProfile
Keith TongeProfile
Terence VancootenProfile
Dean WellsProfile
Dean WilliamsProfile
Marvin WilliamsProfile
Calum WillockProfile
Andy WoodmanProfile
Simon WormullProfile

Brentford Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

Brentford Travel Information – Distance: 34 miles

By Road

Brentford’s new ground is almost a straight line south from Stevenage. As such, go down the A1(M) and A1 into Hendon; continuing on your way when it becomes the A41.

Next, use the left lane slip road to come off the A41 and join the westbound A406 towards Wembley and Neasden. Stay on the A406 until you come a large roundabout in Chiswick; above you will be the M4 if you were in any doubt.

Head across the roundabout onto the A205 for a short distance, before turning right into Lionel Road S. If you can. This is where the ground is and you’ll have already spotted it.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


We don’t know yet.

By Rail


It’s just 100m from Kew Bridge station to the stadium, so it’ll be hard for you to mess up the walk – even without directions. There are also six other stations within a mile if you need something quieter to avoid the post-match crowds. The chances are you won’t…

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner