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How to buy Brentford tickets: Prices, membership, essential guide to cheap Premier League tickets 2023/24

Under the leadership and direction of owner Matthew Benham and Head Coach Thomas Frank, Brentford are enjoying their third consecutive season in the Premier League.

Thanks to a slick operation and one of the best examples of utilising data in modern top-flight football, the Bees are flying high on and off the pitch at present.

After the departure from their traditional Griffin Park home, the west London club is flourishing at their brand new Gtech Community Stadium and you can secure Brentford tickets to get along to see the team in live action.

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Brentford tickets & prices at the Gtech Community Stadium

Brentford season tickets: Pricing, availability

Brentford may be one of the smaller clubs in the capital but Premier League football, as well as dedicated core support, has ensured that demand has remained high for season tickets as reflected in the 98% renewal rate confirmed by the club for the current 2023/24 campaign.

In what was a boost to their supporters, the club opted to freeze season ticket prices for this season, with a standard adult ticket in Band B costing an average of £24 per game. Not bad at all!

A Brentford season ticket guarantees a seat for every Premier League game as well as ensuring priority for all other cup games to be played at the Gtech Community Stadium.

The club has put in place a competitive pricing structure, whilst loyalty is rewarded in terms of fans who regularly attend games and build up a purchase history with the club being able to acquire a season ticket, depending on availability.

Earlier in the summer, a limited number of new season tickets were available to buy.

The stadium is divided into five pricing bands for different areas and viewing points in the ground.

Band P, Band AA, Band A, Band B, Band C (Family Area)

Adult prices range from £740 in Band P, which is effectively a Premium location in the Main Stand, through to Band B behind the goals for £449.

Cheaper tickets are on offer in the family section for adults, as well as accompanying children with the relevant memberships.

In order to maximise attendance and cut down on empty seats, Brentford have confirmed a new season ticket policy under the initiative of ‘Every Seat Counts'.

Brentford tickets: Pricing, availability

Premier League tickets can be hard to secure, especially in London, but Brentford is a very good option to get your hands on single-match tickets for Premier League action and there have been some recent changes to the structure for match tickets.

Members and season ticket holders have access to buy more tickets for family or friends, which is a bit of an issue for one-time visitors or groundhoppers but there will be more on that below.

Brentford tickets – prices at the Gtech Community Stadium

For Premier League games in the 2023/24 season, the pricing is set according to the category of the fixture, A or B.

Category A – Arsenal, Chelsea, Fulham, Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United.

Category B – Bournemouth, Aston Villa, Brighton, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Everton, Luton Town, Nottingham Forest, Sheffield United, Wolves.

Single match tickets are available for adults for Category A matches in Band P at £65, through to Band B  at £45.

For Category B fixtures, the equivalent pricing is £65 and £40 with concessions available for seniors (65+), young persons (18-24) and juniors (0-17).

Ticket prices will vary for different competitions at different stages of the season so it is always advisable to check the club website for the latest information.

Do I need a membership to buy Brentford tickets?

Unfortunately, the general arrangement is that you must have a Brentford membership to buy a match ticket.

There may be a way around this on a matchday: look for supporters selling legitimate spare tickets or contact a member/season ticket holder who can make an additional purchase.

Brentford utilises a Ticket Access Points (TAP) system, with points accumulating the more you buy. This means priority is earned through your history of buying tickets from the club.

However, if you want to have a chance for the bigger games, away tickets or to go on the season ticket waiting list then you will need to join the club membership scheme.

Anyone can join, and memberships are available at the time of writing for the current 2023/24 season.

How to get a Brentford membership

The My Bees membership scheme is available online and open to all.

The full adult price is £45.00 with benefits such as ticketing priority, ticket exchange access, away tickets access, an exclusive membership pack, digital features, and other incentives.

Further to the full adult membership, there are three different categories of junior membership – ‘The Swarm', ‘Bee Team', and ‘Babees'

Brentford seating plan at the Gtech Community Stadium

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credit – official club website

Brentford hospitality tickets 

Brentford has a limited range of hospitality options available for fans who want to enjoy their football more refined and comfortably or for a special occasion.

Season ticket holders can upgrade to the Platinum section, the club's top seating option within the stadium, which comes with exclusive access to food and drink options not available as part of general admission.

A complimentary matchday programme, half-time drink, and pie of your choice comes with Platinum access.

In addition, there is the TW8 Restaurant which is the high-end choice. This includes a drinks reception, lavish meal and the chance to mingle with high-profile Brentford personalities with club legends present as part of the experience.

Brentford tickets FAQs

How to get to the Gtech Community Stadium at Brentford

The Stadium address is:

Gtech Community Stadium, Lionel Road South, Brentford, TW8 0RU.

It is advisable to use public transport on your journey to support the Bees, with eight stations within a 20-minute walk from the ground.

As detailed by the club website:

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. You can read South Western Railway's guide on trains to Gtech Community Stadium. Brentford station is the nearest step-free station.

Chiswick station is also less than a 30-minute walk from the stadium on the same line.

Gunnersbury station is the nearest station offering both the District line underground and London Overground connections however, the station is not currently opening until one hour after the final whistle.

Further info is freely available online for the train and tube network.

How can I get Brentford away tickets?

Brentford away tickets, as with all top-level clubs, are not freely available.

Tickets can be purchased by members and season ticket holders with the required Ticket Access Points (TAP) balance, in line with how the club operates its allocation for away fixtures.

There have been some changes for the current season, including the categorisation of away games and the points required to be eligible for a ticket.

The number of tickets available depends on the size of the opposition stadium with Premier League regulations stating that away clubs should receive a minimum of 3,000 tickets unless the capacity is less than 30,000, in which case the home club must allocate at least 10% of that figure.

An alternative exists, with ‘touts' on the streets at the stadium in what is effectively a black market as well as resale sites online. Some of these are more reputable than others, you will often pay well over face value and you should always be alert for scammers.

How can I get cheap Brentford tickets?

Brentford tickets are amongst the cheapest in the Premier League, so the only way to secure your brief as early as possible at the best price, is to join the club membership scheme.

FA Cup or Carabao Cup fixtures in the early rounds are always the cheapest tickets compared to others, whilst seats behind the goals are generally cheaper compared to premium areas along the side of the pitch.

Can I do a stadium tour of the Gtech Community Stadium?

Yes, tours are available at the Gtech Community Stadium.

They are operated at selected times throughout the season, as you are taken behind the scenes at the club, including the dressing rooms, down the tunnel and pitch side.

Ticket Prices for stadium tours are £20 for Adults and £10 for Concessions (under 18s and over 65s), with those interested asked to contact [email protected].

You will then be contacted via email when the ticket sales for tours go live.

How to watch Brentford at home

For those unable to buy Brentford tickets or travel to the Gtech Community Stadium, the next best thing is to watch the Bees on TV from the comfort of your home or down your local pub.

To watch Premier League games, you will need to have a subscription to Sky Sports as well as TNT Sports, whilst Amazon Prime also has limited broadcast rights.

Sky also show Carabao Cup fixtures, whilst FA Cup TV rights are jointly held by BBC and ITV.

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Graeme Hanna

A long-term Rangers season-ticket holder and switched-on football writer with a passion for fan culture, Graeme Hanna is a freelance writer who has featured in titles such as The Rangers Review, Glasgow Evening News and Give Me Sport, as well as having a long association with Follow Follow fanzine. He joined Football Ground Guide in September 2023 and stated that Juan Roman Riquelme is the best opposition player that he has seen at Ibrox. Graeme experienced a 36 hour supporters bus journey from Glasgow to Florence for the 2008 UEFA Cup semi-final and has attended games in several European counties with a particular interest in German fan culture.

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