Brentford Gtech Community Stadium
Address: Lionel Road, Brentford, TW8 0RU – 0333 005 8521
|Gtech Community Stadium
|Lionel Road Stadium Limited, subsidiary of Brentford FC
|Opened 1st Sept 2020
|17,163 (vs Liverpool 2nd Jan 2023)
|105 meters X 68 meters
|The Bees, The B-Team, The Red and Whites
|QPR, Fulham, AFC Wimbledon
|Bobby Ross (193 Goals)
|Ken Coote (559 Apperances)
Brentford Stadium Seating Plan
North Stand: Holds 3,000 seats over a single tier offering unobstructed views.
East Stand: Two tiered, roofed stand with 4,000 seats and wheelchair spaces. Offering unobstructed views of the pitch from behind the goal and into the corner between East and North stand. This is typically where away fans sit in blocks N120, E117, E116, E115, E218, E217, E216, E215.
South Stand: 6,000 seats with two tiers under a single roof, offers great views along the length of the pitch.
West Stand: A roofed terrace containing approximately 4,000 seats over two tiers with spaces for wheelchair users. Offers un-obstructed views of the pitch.
Brentford Ticket Prices & Where to Buy
As with many clubs the easiest way to get tickets is to be a member of Brentford FC. Typically 50% of the tickets that go on sale for home games are held for My Bees members initially. Without being a member you are left to wait until what is left over or need to try third parties.
Brentford FC Ticket Prices 23/24 Season:
|£419 – £740
|£309 – £580
|£269 – £580
|£124 – £580
|Single Match (EPL)
|£30 – £65
|£20 – £55
|£20 – £55
|£10 – £55
Getting to Brentford Community Stadium
By Car: Parking is limited due to the residential nature of the stadiums location and it is also situated in an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) which means you may be charged £12.50 to enter the zone if your vehicle doesn’t meet required emissions criteria.
There is parking available for advanced purchase here. There is also a helpline should the allocated parking be full, as additional parking can become available closer to match day. Call 020 8194 0034 to find out.
Taxis: The nearest drop off point is Capital Way Interchange which is a short walk from the stadium.
Trains & Underground: The nearest station is Kew Bridge which is a 3 minute walk from the stadium. Trains run every 15 minutes on Saturdays. To get to Kew Bridge from central London you need to travel from Waterloo station. Chiswick station is close to the stadium (30 minute walk) and is the closest step free station. Gunnersbury station is the nearest station offering both under and overground services but does not open until one hour after the final whistle.
Alternative stations that can be useful when those nearer the stadium are busy are Action Town (District & Piccadilly Lines) and South Ealing (Piccadilly Line).
Bus: There are several routes that service the area around the stadium that fans can use. The number 237, 267, 65, H91 and 391 routes.
You can enter the stadium up to 90 minutes before kick off and the food retailers will be open along with pre-match shows on TV screens. It is recommended fans arrive an hour before kick off to allow time to clear security checks.
Bars & Hotels Near Brentford Stadium
Pubs & Bars Near Brentford Stadium
Express Tavern: Closest bar to the stadium just to the south on the A315. A very short walk from Kew Bridge station.
Address: 56 Kew Bridge Rd, Brentford TW8 0EW
Tel: 020 8560 8484
One Over the Ait: Classic pub food and drinks with plenty of outdoor space.
Address: 8 Kew Bridge Rd, Brentford, TW8 0FJ
Tel: 0203 581 5700
Hotels Near Brentford Stadium
Being in a suburb of London you have a myriad of choices in the local area or a short ride back into the city.
The closest hotels to the stadium are:
Travel Lodge, Kew Bridge
Address: North Rd, Brentford TW8 0FB
Tel: 0871 984 6040
Address: Great West Rd, Brentford TW8 0GP
Tel: 020 7660 2230
Brentford Stadium Facilities
Brentford Stadium Food Prices
All draught beers £4
All soft drinks £1.75
All sausage rolls and pies £4
Pint and sausage roll or vegan pie from Four Corners £8.95
Confectionery item and soft drink from Griffin Kitchen £3.50
Hotdog (or vegan dog) and soft drink for £6.25 (family area only)
Brentford offer Premium Seating which comes with the usual hospitality features you’d expect. You pay for a premium license that grants you access to home games, along with early access opportunities for big games (e.g. at Wembley). You have your own lounge at the premium license becomes your own asset that you can sell on for whatever price you like (club permitting).
There are also four lounges:
The Legends: Premium benefits plus access to the legends lounge, padded seat, complimentary half time drink, pay as you go food options, two days free use of an executive box per year for non-matchdays.
The Railway: Same benefits as The Legends with free half time drink and pie, formal dining options for purchase, four days of executive box use on none matchdays per year for free.
The Orchard: As The Railway
The Oxford & Cambridge: All the benefits of the previous lounges but also including on-site parking, all inclusive drinks, welcome drinks and canapes, luxury padded seat on half way line, table service, all inclusive four course menu, post match afternoon tea. Six days of free executive box use per year on non-matchdays.
Tours are available to Season Ticket Holders, My Bees Members and Premium Seat holders.
During the tour fans are treated to a tour of all four stands, the hospitality suites, press box, the state of the art hybrid Desso GrassMaster pitch, the players tunnel, dressing rooms, trophy cabinet, media centre, rooftop terrace and the Bees’ Museum.
The tour takes around 90 minutes and is £20 for adults and £10 for children.
Brentford Stadium History
After over a decade of uncertainty work began on the 7.6 acre site in Lionel Road on 24th Match 2017. Construction took just over 3 years and on 30th August 2020 Brentford announced the stadium was ready to host matches.
The opening games was a 2-2 draw against Oxford United in a Pre-season friendly on 1st September 2020. The first competitive match was held 5 days later on 6th September against Wycombe Wanderers in the English League Cup, which resulted in a Brentford win on penalties.
In July 2022 the stadium became known as the Gtech Community Stadium as part of a 10 year sponsorship deal which included naming rights for the ground.