Brentford Score
England Championship
Brentford
Sheffield Wednesday 2
5
0
W
Cardiff City 4
Brentford 1
2
2
D
Luton Town 2
Brentford 1
2
1
L
Brentford 1
Blackburn Rovers
2
2
D
Birmingham City 2
Brentford 3
1
1
D
Brentford Player
# Name Position
4
Dru Yearwood Central Midfield
26
Shandon Baptiste Central Midfield
 
Mathias Jensen Central Midfield
1
David Raya Goalkeeper
13
Patrik Sigurdur Gunnarsson Goalkeeper
25
Ellery Balcombe Goalkeeper
28
Luke Daniels Goalkeeper
2
Dominic Thompson Defender
34
Jaakko Oksanen Defender
14
Josh Da Silva Midfielder
33
Fredrik Hammar Midfielder
39
Japhet Sery Larsen Midfielder
 
Luca Racic Midfielder
36
Gustav Mogensen Forward
9
Nikolaos Karelis Secondary Striker
7
Sergi Canos Right Wing
10
Mohamed Said Benrahma Right Wing
19
Bryan Mbeumo Right Wing
17
Emiliano Marcondes Camargo Hansen Left Wing
24
Tarique Fosu-Henry Left Wing
16
Cesar Joel Valencia Castillo Attacking Midfield
6
Christian Norgaard Defensive Midfield
12
Kamohelo Mokotjo Defensive Midfield
5
Ethan Pinnock Right Back
20
Joshua Joseph Jason Ishmel Clarke Right Back
22
Henrik Dalsgaard Right Back
35
Mads Roerslev Rasmussen Right Back
3
Rico Henry Left Back
30
Tom Field Left Back
32
Luka Racic Left Back
18
Pontus Jansson Centre Back
23
Jeanvier Julian Centre Back
31
Jan Zamburek Centre Back
11
Ollie Watkins Centre Forward
21
Ibrahim Halil Dervisoglu Centre Forward
 
Marcus Forss Centre Forward
 
Thomas Frank Coach
 
David Weir Assistant Coach
About Brentford
Brentford logo
  • Name: Brentford
  • City: Brentford
  • Home Stadium: Griffin Park Stadium
  • Established Date: 1889-10-09
  • Coach: Thomas Frank
Brentford Football Club is a professional association football club based in Brentford, Greater London, England. They compete in the Championship, the second tier of English football. The club was founded on 10 October 1889. They have played their home games at Griffin Park since 1904, after a nomadic existence playing at five previous grounds. Brentford's most successful period came during the 1930s, when it achieved three consecutive top-six finishes in the top flight. The club has been Football League Trophy finalists on three occasions. Their main rivals are fellow West London clubs Fulham and Queens Park Rangers.