Brentford FC

Country England England
City Brentford
Founded 1889
Ground Griffin Park
Nickname The Bees
Captain Pontus Jansson
Coach Thomas Frank
Website brentfordfc.com
Leagues
Premier League
Football League Two
Football League Championship

Brentford FC is an English football club based in Brentford. They currently feature in the English Championship.

History

Brentford FC were establishd in 1889 and have played mostly in the lower levels of English football. Their most successful period came in the 1930s when they finished in the top six in First Division in England.

Since World War II, Brentford have played mostly in the third and fourth tiers of English football. But they have reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup four times.

The club have recently pushed up the divisions, enjoying a period of consolidation in League One before promotion to the Championship in 2014 under Mark Warburton.

Brentford FC play their home matches at Griffin Park that can accommodate 12,763 spectators. They bear the nickname “The Bees”.

Honours

  • Second Division/First Division/ Championship Champions (1): 1934–35
  • Third Division/Second Division/League One Champions (2): 1932–33 (South), 1991–92
  • Fourth Division/Third Division/League Two Champions (3): 1962–63, 1998–99, 2008–09

Team Roster

Name Position
Mads Bech Sørensen Denmark defender
Pelenda Joshua Tunga Dasilva England forward
İbrahim Halil Dervişoğlu Turkey forward
Marcus Forss Finland forward
Álvaro Fernández Llorente Spain goalkeeper
Shandon Baptiste Grenada midfielder
Mads Bidstrup Denmark midfielder
Wayne Brown England midfielder
Sergi Canós Tenes Spain midfielder
Joshua Pelenda Da Silva England midfielder

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