The special exhibition put together to help Brentford FC remember its past and the role of its fans and the local community is now open. ‘Farewell Griffin Park - the fans story’ is now accepting visitors at the London Museum of Water and Steam, next door to the Brentford Community Stadium. It will be open throughout the Premier League season.
The Brentford Supporters Trust ‘Bees United’ has teamed up with the Club to bring together a century of fan memories about the club’s former home using video, photographs and memorabilia plus the highlights of the club’s own archive. The full story can be seen here and a video of the exhibition can be seen here. Bees United have also written a feature on Brentford fan John Pitt, who donated who built a fancave, recreated at the exhibition. Read more here.
A gallery of pictures from the exhibition are above. Pictures by Mark D Fuller, to see more Brentford FC pictures & order prints online visit:
The London Museum of Water and Steam will give a special ‘fans for a fiver’ admission price, now available whenever the museum is open. Admission times and other details will appear on the Museum website here.