Brentford: Club Profile

Our first spell in League One came to its (premature) end with a trip to take on the upwardly-mobile Bees in May 2014. Our record against them, however, isn’t too bad at all; winning four of our first 10 encounters. Now they’re at the right end of the Championship, and we’re fighting to punch back up from League Two. Something’s not right there, eh?

Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
7 4 0 3 6 7 -1 12 57%

* league points only

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 Abbey Profile
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Graham Benstead Profile
Dean Bowditch Profile
Jon Brady Profile
Paul Brooker Profile
Drewe Broughton Profile
Nathan Bunce Profile
Steve Butler Profile
DJ Campbell Profile
Stuart Cash Profile
Darius Charles Profile
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Josh Clarke Profile
Jimmy Dack Profile
Terry Dixon Profile
Craig Dobson Profile
Ian Fergusson Profile
James Ferry Profile
Leo Fortune-West Profile
Fraser Franks Profile
Jason Goodliffe Profile
Kelly Haag Profile
Lee Harvey Profile
Dean Hooper Profile
Alan Julian Profile
Junior Lewis Profile
Charlie MacDonald Profile
Gavin Mahon Profile
Billy Manuel Profile
Ricky Marshall Profile
Dean Martin Profile
Clark Masters Profile
Ben May Profile
Dave McGhee Profile
Chris McKenzie Profile
Sammy Moore Profile
John Mousinho Profile
Ben Nugent Profile
Richard Pacquette Profile
Jordan Parkes Profile
Gary Phillips Profile
Rob Quinn Profile
Isaiah Rankin Profile
Gary Roberts Profile
Tommy Smith Profile
Sam Sodje Profile
Brian Statham Profile
Keith Tonge Profile
Terence Vancooten Profile
Dean Wells Profile
Dean Williams Profile
Marvin Williams Profile
Calum Willock Profile
Andy Woodman Profile
Simon Wormull Profile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
Brook Road Stand

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
Disabled supporters will be able to benefit from concessionary admission prices according to age, while carers are allowed in free. However, these are to be purchased in advance. Wheelchair users are also to contact the club in advance on 0845 3456 442 or by emailing

Facilities include wheelchair spaces for home and away fans at pitch level in the south west corner of the Braemar Road Stand, along with 14 seats with club commentary behind the wheelchair area for visually impaired supporters. Ambulant disabled fans should contact the club in advance.

Pre-Match Pintage:
With four pubs at each corner of the ground, you could well be spoilt for choice when you arrive at Brentford. The Royal Oak is on the corner as you arrive from the direction of the station, although this is reportedly a locals' pub.

The other three include The Griffin, The Princess Royal and The New Inn, with the Football Ground Guide suggesting the latter to be more favoured by away fans.

Travel Information – Distance: 48 miles

By Road:
Located on the western fringe of central London, it might be advisable to take a direct route as possible to reach Brentford from Stevenage. And this can be done by heading southbound on the A1(M) and A1 to the outskirts of Edgware and Mill Hill.

At Northway Circus, take the first exit to remain on the A1 heading south through Mill Hill, and then take the second exit for the A41 Watford Way as you approach Hendon. After nearly two miles, take the ramp onto Hendon Way.

At the Brent Cross Interchange, take the third exit at the roundabout for the westbound A406 North Circular Road that will take you towards the M1, A40 and M4. Follow the A406 for more than 7.5 miles until you enter Chiswick.

Take the fifth exit onto the A4 Great West Road at a rather large roundabout, which is where the M4 starts. This will take you parallel to the motorway but don't join it. Continue to the Ealing Road roundabout and take the first exit for the B455. Turn right onto Braemar Road after 0.3 miles for Griffin Park.

Alternatively, you can go round the M25 and take the London-bound M4. Exit at Junction 2 and pick up the route above from the Chiswick Roundabout, which will involve doubling back on yourself to get to the B455 Ealing Road.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

No parking is available at the ground, so if you've ventured by car and can't find space in the pay and display on Buts Road, it'll be street parking providing your best bet.

By Rail:

You can either connect with trains to Brentford by taking the Victoria Line from Finsbury Park to Vauxhall, or by snaking your way to London Waterloo via the Northern Line. And once you arrive, the walk is a fairly short one.

The easiest way is to come out of the station and head along Station Road before turning right onto Orchard Road. It may seem like doubling back on yourself, but there's no more direct option from the station.

Turn right again onto the B452 Windmill Road and cross the railway, before taking the first left into Hamilton Road. As you walk along here, you'll come to the junction with Brook Road South - The Royal Oak is on the corner. Turn right.

You will now be behind one of the goals. And we're reliably informed that this is the end you'll be wanting.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner