Brentford Community Stadium

How to get to Brentford Community Stadium

Getting to Brentford Community Stadium is simple, no matter where you’re travelling from. The closest train station is Kew Bridge Station, which is on the Hounslow Loop Line. From here, it’s less than 100m to the stadium. It’s also within a mile of Brentford, Gunnersbury and Kew Gardens stations, as well as London Underground stations at Acton Town, Gunnersbury and Chiswick Park. If you’re travelling from London Euston, simply take a train to Waterloo then change trains to Kew Bridge, for a total journey time of less than 30 minutes.

What to do at Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford Community Station is the home of Premier League football club Brentford FC and Premiership Rugby club London Irish. It hosts the home games of both clubs, with the first football match taking place in September 2020 against Oxford United, and the first rugby game against the Leicester Tigers in November 2020.

About Brentford Community Stadium

Plans for a new stadium for Brentford FC were announced in October 2002, with the stadium at the centre of plans to regenerate the surrounding area. Work on the stadium began in 2017 and was completed in August 2020 at a total cost of £71 million. The capacity of Brentford Community Stadium is 17,250.


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