On Saturday 30 November Porsche Centre West London hosted Brentford Football Club for their Partners Christmas Event.
Starting at noon, the Centre welcomed the partners for Christmas themed drinks and food reception. The reception featured Porsche Racing simulators and the opportunity for partners to look at the variety of stunning Porsche cars on display. From there, Porsche Centre West London provided a luxury chauffeur service to take guests to Griffin Park for Brentford FC’s Championship match against Luton Town FC.
This will be the club’s final season at the historic stadium, first built in 1904, with Brentford FC moving to their new stadium in August 2020. Named the new Brentford Community Stadium, the new site is located even closer to our Centre. Porsche Centre West London is delighted to partner Brentford FC during this exciting new era for the club.
The match unfolded perfectly for the partner event with Brentford FC winning 7-0, claiming their biggest league win for over 25 years. Josh Dasilva scored the first hat-trick of his career with Bryan Mbeumo, Ollie Watkins, Mathias Jensen, and Said Benrahma getting the other goals in the record breaking victory.
Following the game, the partners wound down at the nearby Novotel London Brentford for post-match drinks.
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