Heading to Brentford on Saturday? Check out our Away Guide below:
Brentford Football Club,
Official Club Travel:
All Official Travel is SOLD OUT.
The coaches depart from the following pick-up points:
Coach 1-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 2-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 3-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 4-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 5-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 6-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 7-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 8-STATION HILL (11.45)
Coach 9-STATION HILL (11.45)
Coach 10-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 11-GROUND (11.30)
Coach 12-GROUND (11.30)
To view the coach list, CLICK HERE.
Travelling by Car:
Leave the M4 at junction 2 and take the A4, going around the Chiswick Roundabout so that you end up coming back on yourself. Continue along the A4 and at the first roundabout take a left onto the B455 (Ealing Road). The ground is located about half a mile down this road on your right.
Parking: There is no parking at the ground for supporters. So apart from a small pay and display car park in Layton Road (first right off Ealing Road), which costs £5 for three hours, then it is street parking. However there are residents only parking schemes in operation on some of the roads, so please pay attention to the small parking information signs. Some roads in the area (such as Somerset Road, which is off the A3002 Boston Manor Road) do also allow pay and display parking at a cost of £1 for 30 minutes, so you would be looking at a cost of £6 for three hours.
Travelling by Train:
Exit the station, head up to Boston Manor Road and turn left. Take the first main left turn into Windmill Road, and first right (s/p Methodist Church) into Clifden Road. The Stadium is then directly ahead of you.
To view train times from Eastleigh to Brentford on Saturday, CLICK HERE.
Pub’s for Away Fans:
Brentford is famous for being the only ground in England that has a pub at every corner of the ground. The surrounding land was formerly owned by the Griffin Brewery, hence the name Griffin Park. However one of these pubs, the Royal Oak, is currently closed. The other three; The Griffin (which serves Fullers real ale), The Princess Royal and The New Inn. The New Inn is the favoured pub for away supporters. A map of where these pubs are located is below.
Tickets are no longer able to be purchased in advance. They will, however, be available to purchase on the gate. (NOTE: Only cash will be accepted if you are buying tickets on the gate)
Adult (25-64) – £10
Senior (Over 65’s) – £10
Young Person (18-24) – £10
Junior (Under 18’s) – £5
Over 1,400 away tickets have been sold!
Official Programme Price:
Spitfires supporters have been allocated the upper and lower tier of the Brook Road Stand.
Other Key Information:
‘Breakfast and a pint’ will be available in the Clubhouse for £5, from 9am on Saturday.
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