Register Your Interest
We would like to keep you informed with the latest information on the new stadium development project. Since early April, our team has been working behind the scenes progressing the detailed planning and design stages for a 26,000 football stadium in Ealing. We will now look to start work on site at Lionel Road this summer with a view of moving in during 2018. Registering your interest means we can email you with updates on the latest stadium plans, enabling you to play a key role in the development of a flagship community facility for Brentford and West London.
Simply register your interest and we’ll keep you up to date, Brentford (brentford.org.uk). We won’t bombard your inbox, and we promise not to pass on your details to any third parties without asking for your permission. Sign-up to our Newsletter for the latest info on the new stadium, view brentfordfc. com in a new way and more. After scoring his first goal for the club on Tuesday night, Joe Adams says he's delighted to have started off his loan spell with Grimsby Town in the best way possible.
Brentford Fc Move Into New Home
I am still getting over the excitement of seeing our new stadium ready for use. Brentford's home is a magnificent structure, making the perfect backdrop to our play on the pitch. I've read that it is now amongst the highest rated sporting venues in Europe, and it will be exciting to see how we perform in front of new big crowds. It was great to have seen Sir Elton John play there as part of his farewell tour, partly because he did so much to back the campaign for the new stadium.
We are looking forward to welcoming Gianfranco Zola back onto the field too, and seeing what plans he has for our squad. As soon as we heard about plans for a new stadium years ago, supporters told us they wanted. Brentford FC have moved into our new stadium. It's an exciting moment for everyone connected with the club and a warm welcome to the re-developed areas of the ground. Over the last six weeks, work has continued on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week to complete the stadium and there will be plenty happening in the coming days in preparation for our first event in the new stadium.
We have a new website showing you every step of our journey to the new stadium. The build has taken almost 16 months and cost over £100m, so there’s plenty to see and read. This is not the end of the journey though. We have been covering the construction process in detail on the Club website, but now it’s time for a different story to be told. The club has appointed a stadium manager, Andrew Sacks, who is looking forward to meeting everyone at the ground very soon.
Andrew said: "It’s an honour and a privilege to be appointed as the first stadium manager here at Brentford Football Club. I am excited to be part of the next chapter in our story and can’t wait to get started. ". There has been plenty of behind-the-scenes activity over the last few months as we made the final adjustments but I am delighted to pass a health and safety certificate and confirm that our new stadium will be available for use.
Take A Closer Look At Our New Home
A 360 view highlights the unique design at every angle. Viewers can examine our award-winning natural lighting, a key demand when we were in the initial planning stages of the stadium. Clocking up over 9 million views to date, including views from key stakeholders such as Manchester City Council and Manchester City Supporters, we’re now ready to share the experience with any fan who wishes to explore further. To get a closer look, simply drag the mouse in order to look around, and click and drag on the screen to move forward or backwards.
Fans can also use the arrow icon above the video to control their experience. We hope you enjoy exploring our new home; its going to be an incredible venue for watching Rugby Union, Football, Music & everything else that will make Hull proud. Swapping to a new stadium isnt something that happens every day, so naturally its something we want to shout more about. Thats why wed like to give supporters the opportunity to scroll around some of our new home in their own time by offering this experience on our brand-new website.
At our Training Ground Reservation Centre, just a stone’s throw away from the Hawthorns, supporters can learn about the multiple benefits of membership by visiting our new stadium website here. Future members can also explore the following 360 view options. Taking a virtual tour of our new Stadium site, is the best way to get a feel for what you can expect when you visit in person. Youll be able to experience The Tunnel Club from every angle, take a seat on the Yellow seats & check out the views from pitchside.
History Of Brentford Community Stadium
Some of you may know that we have visited the Brentford Community Stadium already, some of you will not. We are going to have a look at how it was first built and look at some of the crazy things that have happened there over the years. For those that don't know the stadium dates back to 1919, the same time as Griffin Park Football Club. Sir Alfred McAlpine (yes he is from my home town) built a stadium for Brentford next to his construction plant in Brentford, it was here that they borrowed Griffin Park for a considerable amount of time.
Brentford Community Stadium is the home ground of The Brentford Football Club, so named because of the fact that the club is owned by Brentford FC Community Interest Company (CIC) limited. BFC CIC LImited was set up to ensure that no individual owner can hold a controlling interest in the club, which would give them too much power to govern how the club is run. The history of Brentford Community Stadium, including the history of Griffin Park, talk about the tenant clubs and arrival of the Bees.