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Along with AFC Bournemouth and Brighton, Brentford have made it to the top division against the odds.

With a new stadium and a modern recruitment policy, the Bees could be here for some time.

The story of the club’s revolution by David Lane and Tim Street is a blueprint for clubs of a similar size.

And, of course, Griffin Park’s place in history – particular by those who frequented the four pubs on the corners – won’t be forgotten any time soon. 

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You’ll find some of the best Brentford books below.

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Smart Money: The Fall and Rise of Brentford FC​

Smart Money: The Fall and Rise of Brentford FC

Hardcover
By Alex Duff

Smart Money is the remarkable tale of how a scientist was set loose on a backwater professional football club, and how he turned a modest team into a competitor in one of the world’s most-watched sports leagues…

Buzzing: The Story of Brentford's First Premier League Season​

Buzzing: The Story of Brentford's First Premier League Season

Hardcover
By Nick Brown

A whole generation of supporters has come and gone since Brentford were last in the top division of English football…

The Brentford Revolution: The Bees’ Rise From the Basement to the Premier League​

The Brentford Revolution: The Bees’ Rise From the Basement to the Premier League

Hardcover
By David Lane, Tim Street

The Brentford Revolution is a must-read book for anyone who wants to learn how little old Brentford Football Club came to be established in the top division of English football.

Brentford: A Pub on Each Corner

A Pub on Each Corner: Stats and Facts From Griffin Park - The Home of Brentford FC for 116 Years

Paperback
By Jonathan Burchill

Griffin Park was the iconic home of Brentford Football Club for 116 years…

Deriving its name from the ground-owning brewery’s symbol, the ground saw many highs and lows, hosting over 2,800 football matches and much more…

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