Brentford fixtures 2015/16

Date published: Wednesday 17th June 2015 9:00

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Marinus Dijkhuizen’s side then travel to newly-promoted Bristol City before a home game against Birmingham City and a trip to Burnley.

West London rivals Queen’s Park Rangers visit Griffin Park on October 31, with the return fixture taking place on March 12.

The Bees are at home to Brighton on Boxing Day and start the new year at Birmingham.


08 Ipswich Town (H)

15 Bristol City (A)

18 Birmingham City (H)

22 Burnley (A)

29 Reading (H)


12 Leeds United (A)

15 Middlesbrough (A)

19 Preston North End (H)

26 Sheffield Wednesday (H)


03 Derby County (A)

17 Rotherham United (H)

20 Wolverhampton (A)

24 Charlton Athletic (A)

31 Queens Park Rangers (H)


03 Hull City (H)

07 Blackburn Rovers (A)

21 Nottingham Forest (H)

28 Bolton Wanderers (A)


05 Milton Keynes Dons (H)

12 Fulham (A)

15 Cardiff City (A)

19 Huddersfield Town (H)

26 Brighton (H)

28 Reading (A)


02 Birmingham City (A)

12 Middlesbrough (H)

16 Burnley (H)

23 Preston North End (A)

30 Leeds United (H)


06 Brighton (A)

13 Sheffield Wednesday (A)

20 Derby County (H)

23 Wolverhampton (H)

27 Rotherham United (A)


05 Charlton Athletic (H)

08 Hull City (A)

12 Queens Park Rangers (A)

19 Blackburn Rovers (H)


02 Nottingham Forest (A)

05 Bolton Wanderers (H)

09 Ipswich Town (A)

16 Bristol City (H)

19 Cardiff City (H)

23 Milton Keynes Dons (A)

30 Fulham (H)


07 Huddersfield Town (A)

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