Griffin Park is located at Brentford and is the home of the local football club, Brentford FC. The detailed Griffin Park address is Braemar Rd, London TW8 0NT, United Kingdom. Griffin Park directions read as being the one below the London-Heathrow flight path, which makes its roofs rather lucrative spaces for advertising. The stadium was built back in 1904. The ground owes its name to griffin, Fuller's Brewery, in place of whose orchard the stadium was constructed. Those who purchase Griffin Park tickets regularly must have noticed two pubs located at each corner of the stadium. The home fans buying Griffin Park football tickets to see their favourite team in action is allocated the Bees United Stand. Considered this being a century old stadium, it is not surprising that the capacity of it is on a lower side at less than 15,000. Nonetheless, the stadium hosted some important matches including one between South Africa and Egypt in 2006 Nelson Mandela Challenge.