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Highest: 67, Average passes per game: 30 On average Brentford score 1.6 goals and concede 1.2 goals per match. 23, Average age: Fewest points in a Football League season: 2 points for a win: 25 – 1924–25 (Third Division South), 1946–47 (First Division), 3 points for a win: 37 – 2006–07 (League One), Fewest Football League points per game in a season: 0.6 – 1924–25 (Third Division South, adjusted to 3 points for a win), 1946–47 (First Division, adjusted to 3 points for a win), Best start to a Football League season: 27 points from opening 14 games – 1932–33, Third Division South, Worst start to a Football League season: 1 point from opening 10 games – 1925–26, Third Division South, Highest winning percentage in a Southern League season: 87.5% – 1900–01, Second Division, Highest winning percentage in a Southern League season (all competitions): 78.95% – 1900–01, Second Division, Lowest winning percentage in a Southern League season: 6.67% – 1902–03, First Division, Lowest winning percentage in a Southern League season (all competitions): 15.39% – 1902–03, First Division, Highest winning percentage in a Football League season: 66.67% – 1929–30, Third Division South, Highest winning percentage in a Football League season (all competitions): 65.12% – 1929–30, Third Division South, Lowest winning percentage in a Football League season: 17.39% – 2006–07, League One, Lowest winning percentage in a Football League season (all competitions): 15.686% – 2006–07, League One, Highest home Football League attendance: 38,535 versus, Highest home Football League second-tier attendance: 34,483 versus Cardiff City (Second Division, 18 October 1947), Highest home Football League third-tier attendance: 28,725 versus Plymouth Argyle (Third Division, 27 March 1959), Highest home Football League fourth-tier attendance: 18,521 versus, Highest home Southern League attendance: 13,770 versus, Highest home cup attendance: 38,678 versus Leicester City (FA Cup sixth round, 26 February 1949), Highest home attendance prior to joining the Football League: 21,478 versus Crystal Palace (FA Cup third round replay, 27 February 1907), Highest home aggregate Football League attendance in a season: 541,128 (1946–47, First Division), Highest home average Football League attendance in a season: 25,768 (1946–47, First Division), Highest attendance at any Brentford match: 69,792 (1942, Lowest home Football League attendance: 2,002 versus Walsall (Third Division, 5 December 1927), Lowest home Football League first-tier attendance: 12,761 versus, Lowest home Football League second-tier attendance: 6,337 versus Peterborough United (27 February 1993), Lowest home Football League fourth-tier attendance: 3,155 versus, Lowest home FA Cup attendance: 1,000 versus Richmond Association (third qualifying round, 28 October 1899), Lowest home League Cup attendance: 2,040 versus Shrewsbury Town (first round, 12 August 1997), Lowest home Football League Trophy attendance: 1,100 versus Swindon Town (preliminary round, 6 January 1987), Highest away Football League attendance: 56,810 versus, Highest away Football League second-tier attendance: 56,692 versus, Highest away Football League third-tier attendance: 33,553 versus Queens Park Rangers (2 January 1932), Highest away Football League fourth-tier attendance: 16,544 versus Watford (25 April 1978), Highest away FA Cup attendance: 56,190 versus Manchester City (fourth round, 23 January 1932), Lowest away Football League attendance: 894 versus Rochdale (Fourth Division, 27 March 1976), Lowest away Football League first-tier attendance: 5,276 versus Grimsby Town (7 December 1935), Lowest away Football League second-tier attendance: 3,464 versus, Lowest away Football League third-tier attendance: 970 versus, Longest run of matches with unchanged starting lineup: 21 (2 November 1929 – 15 March 1930), Longest run undefeated in home Football League matches: 29 (26 December 1995 – 15 March 1997), Best-ever run of results: 16 wins, 3 draws (26 November 2013 – 11 January 2014), Quickest time to reach 50 Football League goals in a season: 22 matches (1963–64, Third Division), Fewest players used in a Football League season: 14 (Fourth Division, 1971–72), Oldest-ever starting lineup: 348 years – versus Aston Villa, First Division, 1 February 1947, Youngest-ever FA Cup starting lineup: 22 years and three months versus Gainsborough Trinity, first round, 8 November 2003, Most Scottish players named in a starting lineup: 7 – versus Oldham Athletic, Third Division, 30 November 1963 (, Most players called up for international duty during an international break: 18 (2–10 September 2019), Most players capped at international level during an international break: 10 (2–10 September 2019), Highest average attendance in division: 1, Most home Football League wins in a season: 21 (1929–30, Third Division South), Joint-highest aggregate score in a single Football League Cup match: 12 (6–6 after extra time versus Dagenham & Redbridge, first round, 13 August 2014), Highest-scoring draw in a single Football League Cup match: 6–6 (versus Dagenham & Redbridge, first round, 13 August 2014), Most Football League play-off campaigns without a promotion – 9 (, First club to win each of the Football League Second, Third and Fourth Division championships, First club to occupy first place in the Football League First Division and last place in the Football League Fourth Division, First occasion on which a Football League fourth-tier match was postponed due to international call-ups: versus Plymouth Argyle, Third Division, 10 September 1998 (, First fourth substitute to score after entering the field in a competitive match: Justin Shaibu (versus AFC Wimbledon, Football League Cup first round, 8 August 2017), Joint-highest number of Football League wins in 2013 calendar year: 24, Most home Football League wins in the 2013–14 season: 19, Best home record in the Football League in 2014 calendar year, Only club in top four divisions with two players scoring 20 or more Football League goals in a season – 2, 1977–78, Fourth Division – Steve Phillips (32), Andrew McCulloch (22), 1994–95, Second Division – Nicky Forster (24), Robert Taylor (23), Highest away attendance in all competitions in 2018 calendar year: 8,500 (versus Arsenal, Football League Cup third round, 26 September 2018), Most appearances in a season (all competitions): 39, Most goals in a season (all competitions): 31 –, Most goals in a match (all competitions): 6 – Len Townsend (versus Brighton & Hove Albion, Football League South, 12 September 1942), Most hat-tricks (all competitions): 8 – Len Townsend, Most hat-tricks in a season (all competitions): 4 – Len Townsend (1944–45), Most penalties in a season (all competitions): 4 – Duncan McKenzie (1940–41), Record win (all competitions): 8–0 versus Brighton & Hove Albion, Football League South War Cup, 4 March 1944, Highest-scoring draw (all competitions): 4–4, 4–4 versus Watford, Football League South, 22 January 1944, 4–4 versus Reading, Football League South, 25 November 1944, 4–4 versus Chelsea, Football League South, 1 December 1945, Record loss (all competitions): 7–0 versus Queens Park Rangers, Football League South Group B, 30 December 1939, Most wins in a season (all competitions): 21 – 1918–19, Most draws in a season (all competitions): 10, Most losses in a season (all competitions): 24 – 1916–17, Most goals scored in a season (all competitions): 102 – 1941–42, Most goals conceded in a season (all competitions): 99 – 1916–17, Fewest goals scored in a season (all competitions): 56 – 1916–17, Fewest goals conceded in a season (all competitions): 49 – 1918–19, Most clean sheets kept in a season (all competitions): 10 –, Fewest clean sheets kept in a season (all competitions): 3, Highest home attendance (all competitions): 28,170 versus Chelsea (Football League South, 1 December 1945), Community Club of the Year (2): 2005–06, 2013–14, League Two Community Club of the Year (1): 2008–09, 2–1 vs Norwich City, FA Cup third round, 6 January 1996.

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