Nickname: The Bees
Year formed: 1889
Ground: Griffin Park, Braemar Road, Brentford, TW8 0NT
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2008/09 average: 5,707
For visitors: 1,600 in the Brook Road Stand
- 1 MATCHDAY RECAP: Dowell stunner puts City on cusp of promotion
- 2 Paddy's Pointers: Five observations from the Canaries' spirited 1-0 Championship win against Derby County
- 3 Premier League here we come for City chief Farke
- 4 EFL announce revised schedule to avoid Prince Philip funeral clash
- 5 Farke makes a pact with City squad
- 6 'Our only concern' - Farke reveals City's promotion roadmap
- 7 Farke on Canaries records, Rooney and respecting the Rams
- 8 City boss too busy to worry about his contract at the moment
- 9 Spud Thornhill: Early days, but can City break that promotion record?
- 10 Dowell the difference at Derby as City close on promotion
Position last season: League Two champions
Manager: Andy Scott (December 2007)
Player to watch - Ben Strevens: Signed in June from Dagenham & Redbridge, Strevens is a 29-year-old frontman who has plied his trade in the lower leagues and non-league around the London area for all of his career. Big and bustling, Strevens is a handful for defenders and formed and excellent partnership with Paul Benson for the Daggers and banged in 14 goals last season.
Record transfer fee paid: �750,000 (Herman Hreidarsson, Palace, 1998)
Record transfer fee received: �2.5m (Herman Hreidarsson, Palace, 1999)
Ticket office: 08453 456 442
Official website: www.brentfordfc.co.uk
Distance: 123 miles
Journey time: 2 hrs, 34 mins
For directions to the ground go to www.pinkun.com/content/pinkun/norwich-city/away-guide/Map.aspx
Pubs: Brentford's Griffin Park famously has one pub at each corner of the ground: The Royal Oak, The Griffin, The Princess Royal and The New Inn, the boozer of choice for visiting fans.
There's also the Magpie & Crown on Brentford High Street.
Last league meeting: Brentford 2, Norwich City 1 (18 August, 2009): Incoming Norwich City manager Paul Lambert watched his new team stumble to a disappointing defeat at Griffin Park. Owain Tudur Jones' late free-kick did provide some excitement, but on the whole it was a disappointing night for the 1,800 travelling City supporters.