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Brentford FC Griffin Park TW8 0RU

By car  103 mls, 2 hours 15 mins

Take the M1 south to the A406 North circular. Follow this until you reach the roundabout with the A4. Continue along the A4 and at the first roundabout take a left onto the B455 (Ealing Road).


If you are not able to travel by public transport, there are some organised car parking options available. You should be aware that Controlled Parking Zones will be in operation in residential streets near the stadium and some of these will be extended soon so you should not plan to park on nearby streets. An extension to the Ultra Low Emission Zone will also come into operation from 25 October 2021, which will apply to the Chiswick Park car park. Before booking a space here, you should check to see whether your car or other vehicle meets the emission standards. (Vehicles that don’t meet emission standards will be charged £12.50 per day to drive inside the expanded ULEZ area). You can check the roads that will come within the ULEZ zone and whether your vehicle meets the emission standards here.

Our car parking partner Event Support Team (EST) is operating a number of other matchday car parks on our behalf. These must be pre-booked and will be available to book via the website below.

Book your parking online 

Please do consider our local neighbours and avoid parking in residential streets.

Please note that additional sites may be added once the initial sites are full so not all of the available sites will appear at the start of the sales process. Please contact EST on 020 8194 0034 if you need any further details.

Trains and underground

The nearest station, Kew Bridge, has one South Western Railway train every 15 minutes on matchday Saturdays (and up to four trains per hour on Sundays), with trains every 15 minutes on weekdays (up to 10pm, then every 30 minutes until the last train). Trains to the stadium from central London are from Waterloo station. Please note that Kew Bridge station is not step-free.

Brentford station is the nearest step-free station. Chiswick station is also less than 30 minutes’ walk from the stadium on the same line.

Gunnersbury station is the nearest station offering both the District line underground and London Overground connections. Fans should note that during busy times, there may be a long wait to access Gunnersbury station as it has a small platform and access will have to be restricted when there isn’t space to join the platform safely. We will provide as much information as possible on the length of any delays but fans may be advised to seek an alternative station, particularly on departure from the stadium or to wait until any crowds have eased.

Other stations that fans should consider include:

  • Kew Gardens – District line and London Overground
  • Chiswick Park – District line
  • South Acton – London Overground
  • Acton Town – District and Piccadilly lines
  • South Ealing – Piccadilly line

By train journey to London takes approx 3 hours 20mins, off peak return £58.60 – singles may be cheaper. Industrial action is threatened for East Midlands trains on 24th


There are also a number of bus routes that serve the stadium including the 237, 267, 65, H91 and the 391 bus routes:

Where to drink

There are pubs at each corner of the old Griffin Park ground and in Brentford itself, the Magpie and Crown are both on Brentford High Street. Alcohol is not available inside the ground.

All information is provided in good faith but the Foxes Trust cannot be held responsible for any errors. Thanks to the Football Ground Guide and Brentford FC