Griffin Park

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Griffin Park, Brentford

Griffin Park is a football ground situated in the London Borough of Hounslow, West London. It has been the home ground of Brentford F.C. since it was built in 1904. It is known for being the only English league football ground to have a pub on each corner, and is situated in a predominantly residential area. The ground gets its name from the griffin in the logo of Fuller's Brewery, which at one point owned the land on which the stadium was built.

Chelsea Reserves and the Youth Team played their home games at Griffin Park from the 2007-08 season until the end of 2009-10, though some matches were also played at Cobham and Stamford Bridge.

On June 29th 2012 Chelsea announced that the stadium would once again host Reserve team matches and it did so occasionally until the summer of 2013, when an arrangement was struck with Aldershot to play matches at The Electrical Services Stadium on a regular basis.

View from the Ealing Road Stand end

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