Home of Brentford FC

Opened 2020

Capacity 17,250

Rating: 4.6

(1836) Google Reviews

Very modern compact stadium. Pretty ground with a nice shape. Felt a little odd as it didn't feel like a traditional English football ground nor a new modern bowl. Very small concourse. Bit difficult to get to, but that's London. Spacious and comfortable seating. Really like the multiple coloured layout of seats. Can't help but feel Brentford missed out by not building the ground bigger. Went for an FA Cup game. The atmosphere was alright. Lots of loud music and strobe lighting in the build-up. Also has safe standing areas for home and away fans. Brentford fans friendly and no issues as a neutral. Glad I've ticked off of my list of 92.
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2 months ago
1st time at Brentford G tech stadium! Easy parking 20 mins from stadium! Great security ! Efficient and quick, One of the smaller stadiums so a great atmosphere, almost family orientated and very safe feeling! A beer or coffee and food are readily available at very reasonable cost! The seating is great with plenty of legroom! The steps on the terraces are very steep(as all football grounds) so if you are a bit unsteady definitely get a lower tier seat! I will certainly go to the G Tech again and hope my team get a better result!
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a month ago
I went here a number of weeks back for the FA Cup match between Brentford and Wolves. A decent modern stadium in a good location beside Kew Bridge train station. Overall I would recommend
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a month ago
The Getech Community Stadium consistently delivers an exceptional experience every time I visit. The staff are friendly and welcoming, adding to the warm atmosphere that permeates the venue. Whether attending events or simply enjoying the facilities, I've always been impressed by the professionalism and hospitality of the staff. The stadium exudes an amazing atmosphere that enhances every visit, making it a top destination for west London community.
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3 weeks ago
Went with a friend to see the F.A. Cup tie with Wolves, we managed to get great seats by the halfway line in the 6th row back for only £20 against Premier League opposition, I thought we might get wet in the rain as we were so close to the pitch but we were fine. £5.50 for a pint can of Guinness and £4.95 for a cheese and potato pie (which was very good) are decent prices for a London club.
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3 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

In October 2002, following several years of speculation about a possible relocation, Brentford Football Club announced plans to move to a 20,000-capacity stadium near Kew Bridge. This included an ambitious monorail proposal, which was later dropped from the scheme. After several years of uncertainty, the project was suddenly brought back to public attention in late 2007 when the club announced that it had secured an option on the site.[4]

This was followed up in February 2008 when a partnership deal with Barratt Homes to develop the site was announced.

The club's plan to move to a new community stadium took a massive step forward when, on 28 June 2012, the club bought the 7.6-acre (31,000 m
2) site in Lionel Road, Brentford, from Barratt Homes who had originally acquired the site in January 2008. The club aimed to build a 20,000-capacity stadium on the land in time for the 2016–17 season, with the option of extending to 25,000 seats. In December 2013 the club was given approval for the new stadium by Hounslow Council with further approval sought and received from the Mayor of London and the government in December 2013.[6]

Attention then shifted to acquiring the remaining land, required for the enabling development of flats, and completing the development agreement. A Compulsory Purchase Order was approved for the remaining land in the summer of 2014
[7] and although negotiations continued, a number of objections to the CPO resulted in a further hearing in September 2015.[8] The development agreement was signed with Willmott Dixon in December 2014.[9] The CPO was approved in April 2016 and the process completed on 1 September 2016.[10]

On 15 August 2016, 
rugby union club London Irish announced that discussions were ongoing with the borough for a move to the new stadium. Irish played in ReadingBerkshire but are moving back to the capital.[11] An amended application to use the stadium for rugby in addition to football was passed on 9 February 2017, effectively allowing London Irish to move to the new stadium from its opening season.[12] It was later confirmed they would move to Brentford from its opening season[13][14]

Work on the new stadium officially started on 24 March 2017 with site clearance and preliminary works.
[15] The main works began in spring 2018.[16]

Things to do in Brentford.

Kew Gardens.

267 Reviews
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Even though I went to Kew Gardens during three nastiest of storms (they even closed the place early!), I had a wonderful time. Lots of history, regality,... Read More

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If you have the opportunity to visit Kew Gardens, it will not disappoint! Beautiful botanical gardens with several green houses, a fancy restaurant, and... Read More

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Had the opportunity to check out Christmas at Kew while in London . This light show was spectacular. There was a long line once I arrived at my ticketed... Read More

The Griffin pub.

9 Reviews
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We went without reservation, at 5pm. Even though they were out of Sunday Roast, the dinner was great. Burgers, Pork Chop and Haggis Pie. The Haggis Pie was... Read More

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Very homeish, friendly atmosphere. Very good ribay steak with chips, butter and tomatoes. Two good TVsets show football. When we come to the pub, two... Read More

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Amazing Sunday Lunch, every dish served to our group of five people was delicious. Roast lamb & roast chicken cooked to perfection and the accompanying... Read More