The only English league football ground to have a pub on each corner, Griffin Park, is due to close its doors next term after 116 years of service.
Building work is well underway for Brentford’s new home, which is aptly named Brentford Community Stadium and is expected to be completed in time for the 2020/21 season. Doesn’t time fly?
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The Bees will share their new venue with rugby union side London Irish, and for anyone who’s ever frequented a multipurpose ground, you’ll know that this more than likely means the turf will be in for a very, very rough paper round.
Thanks to drones, secrets are a thing of the past. And while having them around now means you can’t sit in your garden on a hot summer’s day, or get on a flight, without someone hovering around with a webcam and ill intentions, it does mean we can catch a glimpse of the Community Stadium’s progress. Swings and roundabouts.
?⚪️ @BrentfordFC‘s new stadium coming along nicely ?
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Isn’t she beautiful.