There are plenty of bus routes which pass by or close to Griffin Park. The 65 and 235 stop outside the football ground and buses 237, 267, E2, E8, 195 and H91 stop a five to ten minute walk from Griffin Park.
The nearest underground station is South Ealing on the Piccadilly Line, which is approximately a 20 minute walk from Griffin Park. Come out of the station, turn right and continue to walk down South Ealing Road towards Ealing Road, you can’t miss the iconic floodlights of Griffin Park.
Alternatively, South West trains operate a frequent service to Brentford station, which is approximately seven minutes away on foot. Dependent on which platform you arrive onto, walk out onto Boston Manor Road, turn left towards Brentford High Street, within approximately one minute you reach Brentford Library and the war memorial, turn left and then right into Clifden Road, the flood lights are visible from there.
At the bottom of Clifden Road, turn right and the away fans entrance in Brook Road is located on the left hand side. If you require New Road stand, turn left at the bottom of Clifden Road and then New Road is visible on the right. If you need Braemar Road/Ealing Road/The Paddock, to buy or collect tickets, walk past the away entrance to the corner of Braemar Road, turn left into Braemar Road and the turnstiles are located on the left hand side with the collection points and main Ticket Office just past the main entrance.
Wheelchair access for both home and away supporters is through the main entrance in Braemar Road, where stewards are on hand to assist.
* IMPORTANT - Road and Rail Disruptions *
Supporters heading to Saturday's London derby against Millwall should be aware of major roadworks on the A4, and a South Western Railways strike, which will affect journey times to Griffin Park.
On the roads, there are currently weekend closures of the A4, in both directions, between Clayponds Avenue and Ealing Road. There is also one lane closed Eastbound between Boston Manor Road and Ealing Road.
To get to Griffin Park, supporters heading East down the M4 are advised to come off at Junction 3 and use the A312 and A4, bearing in mind there may be more traffic than usual on this route. Those supporters using the North Circular or A4 from the North/Central London should exit at the Chiswick Roundabout and use the South Circular and A315 to approach Griffin Park via the Ealing Round.
On top of this road closure, England host South Africa in the opening Autumn International at Twickenham on Saturday, kick-off 3pm, meaning that routes into Brentford from the South West, in particular the A316, are likely to be much busier than usual, before and after the match.
This weekend also sees a strike on South Western Railways affecting the Brentford branch service from Waterloo and Reading. There will be no trains all day Saturday on the Brentford branch between Barnes and Feltham/Whitton. There will also be no service between Reading and Ascot and a reduced service on all other routes. A map of all affected routes can be viewed here.
Supporters are advised to change at Richmond for District Line and Overground services to Gunnersbury, bearing in mind the journey on South Western Railways will be busier than usual due to the England international at Twickenham, or, where possible, use London Underground services to South Ealing/Northfields/Boston Manor. This weekend also sees part closures of seven TFL lines, although none of those closures affect the western part of the network around Brentford.
There has also been a change to the Brook Road South Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) around Griffin Park. The midweek restrictions on parking are now in place from 10am to 12 noon and 6pm to 8pm. There is no change to the Saturday matchday restrictions which are in place between 2.30pm and 3.30pm on home Brentford matchdays.
The Griffin, The Princess Royal, The Royal Oak and The New Inn are establishments nearby that fans can check out and please be aware that the away Stand at Griffin Park does not sell alcohol.