CleanEvent Services score twice at Brentford Community Stadium

Stadium, venue and healthcare specialist soft services provider, CleanEvent Services Limited, has secured an initial three year cleaning contract at the new home of Brentford FC. The deal covers general daily cleaning and event cleaning services, including sanitisation at the 17,250-capacity community venue in West London.

The new Brentford Community Stadium also serves as the new home of London Irish RFC, seeing ‘The Exiles’ back in in the capital after a 20 year absence.

Brentford Football Club has had a hugely challenging 12 months with the tasks of de-commissioning the old Griffin Park, operating events behind closed doors and completing the new stadium project. The CleanEvent Services team has been supporting operations at the Club since August 2020. Everyone at the Club is looking forward to welcoming back fans to their new home in the coming months.

CleanEvent CEO, Tomas Gronager, commented:

The new stadium is a significant community development in this area of London and we are delighted to be working with the club. Brentford FC have really made us feel part of their team and we look forward to developing our partnership further with the Bees in the coming years.

Dave Gregg, Head of Operations, Brentford FC, said:

Brentford FC are very pleased to have CleanEvent Services Limited join our Stadium team. As a dual sport stadium the demands on the Venue Presentation team have been many and the team have provided a high level of service from the very beginning. The support the company has given Brentford FC during the pandemic has also been of a high standard. I look forward to working alongside the team as we begin to welcome supporters back to our new stadium.

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford Community Stadium is one of the most significant and exciting developments in the history of Sky Bet Championship side, Brentford Football Club. The cornerstone of its long-term vision, the new stadium will help ensure a sustainable future for the Club.

Situated next to Kew Bridge station, less than a mile away from Griffin Park, it’s much more than just a stadium for professional football, as it is also home to London Irish. In addition, it is at the heart of plans to regenerate the area.

Capable of hosting 17,250 spectators, which includes 2,930 Premium Seats, the new stadium – designed by AFL Architects – will allow for the growth of support and the ability to realise an important new revenue stream.

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