Griffin Park

Griffin Park

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Griffin Park

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Griffin Park is a football ground situated in the London Borough of Hounslow, west London. It has been the home ground of League One side Brentford since it was built in 1904. It is known for being the only English league football ground to have a pub on each corner, and is situated in a predominantly residential area. The ground gets its name from the griffin in the logo of Fuller's Brewery, which at one point owned the land on which the stadium was built.

The highest ever attendance at the ground was 38,678 when Brentford played Leicester City on 26 February 1949. The ground currently has a capacity of 12,763. The biggest attendance in the 2008–09 season was 10,642 against Wycombe Wanderers on 14 March 2009, and last season (2009–10), the largest attendance was 9,031 against Leeds United on 12 December 2009.

Griffin Park is beneath the flightpath of London Heathrow Airport and the roofs of the stadium are used as a large advertising space because of this. The space is currently used by Qatar Airways.

Stadium structure

It comprises four stands. The home fans are allocated the Bees United stand (the main stand, formerly known as the Braemar Rd Stand.) an all-seated single tier stand, the Ealing Road end, a covered terrace and the Bill Axbey Stand (formerly the New Road stand), a single tier seated stand. Away fans are housed in the Brook Road Stand (capacity 1600) (aka 'The Wendy House'), a double tiered stand, comprising terracing at the lower level and seating in the...
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