List of Brentford F.C. international players

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Current first team right back Henrik Dalsgaard is Brentford's most-capped international player.

Brentford Football Club is an English professional football club based in Brentford, Hounslow, London. Between 1897 and 1920, the first team competed in the London League, Southern League and Western League.[1] Since 1920, the first team has competed in the Football League and other nationally and internationally organised competitions.[1] All players who won a full international cap during their time with Brentford are listed below.

Records and notable players[edit]

Joe Connor was the first Brentford player to be capped at international level, playing and scoring for Ireland in a 2–0 victory over Scotland in March 1903.[2] Henrik Dalsgaard is Brentford's most-capped international player and has won 21 of his 25 caps while a Brentford player.[3] Idris Hopkins scored the most international goals while a Brentford player, with two for Wales.[4] Kolbeinn Finnsson and Daniel O'Shaughnessy won senior caps for Iceland and Finland respectively,[5][6] without making a first team appearance for Brentford.[7][8] In June 2018, Henrik Dalsgaard became Brentford's first contracted player to play at a major international tournament, when he started in Denmark's opening match at the 2018 World Cup.[9] The club record for players called up during an international break is 18, with 10 winning caps.[10]

Current Brentford players who have been capped at full international level are Saïd Benrahma, Henrik Dalsgaard, Marcus Forss, Tariqe Fosu, Pontus Jansson, Julian Jeanvier, Mathias Jensen and Christian Nørgaard.

Key[edit]

  • Appearance and goal totals for full internationals include all FIFA-sanctioned matches. Substitute appearances are included. Wartime matches are regarded as unofficial and are excluded.
  • Statistics are correct as of matches played 18 November 2020.

Playing positions[edit]

GK Goalkeeper RB Right back RW Right winger DF Defender HB Half back IF Inside forward DM Defensive midfielder
OL Outside left LB Left back LW Left winger CB Centre back FW Forward FB Full back RM Right midfielder
W Winger MF Midfielder ST Striker WH Wing half AM Attacking midfielder CM Central midfielder LM Left midfielder
U Utility player OR Outside right SW Sweeper LH Left half RH Right half
Symbol Meaning
double-dagger Brentford player in the 2020–21 season.
* Player has left Brentford but is still playing in a professional league.
Player went on to manage the club.
(c) Player captained their national team.
Player holds a club record.

Players[edit]

Player Nationality Position Total Total with Brentford Notes Ref
Years Caps Goals Years Caps Goals
Saïd Benrahma double-dagger  Algeria RW 2015– 5 0 2019– 4 0 [11]
Gus Hurdle  Barbados RB 1996–2000 7 0 1996 2 0 [12]
Niall Thompson  Canada FW 1993–2000 9 2 1998 1 0 [13]
Andreas Bjelland *  Denmark CB 2010– 29 2 2016–2017 7 0 [14]
Henrik Dalsgaarddouble-dagger  Denmark RB 2016– 26 1 2017– 22 ♠ 1 [15]
Mathias Jensen double-dagger  Denmark CM 2020– 4 0 2020– 4 0 [16]
Christian Nørgaard double-dagger  Denmark DM 2020– 1 0 2020– 1 0 [17]
Lasse Vibe *  Denmark FW 2014– 11 1 2016–2017 2 0 [18]
Billy Scott  England IF 1936 1 0 1936 1 0 [19]
Les Smith  England OL 1939 1 0 1939 1 0 [20]
Marcus Forss double-dagger  Finland FW 2020– 3 1 2020– 3 1 [21]
Daniel O'Shaughnessy *  Finland CB 2016– 8 0 2016 2 0 [6]
Tariqe Fosu double-dagger  Ghana LW 2020– 4 1 2020– 4 1 [22]
Lloyd Owusu  Ghana FW 2005–2006 2 0 2005–2006 2 0 [23]
Julian Jeanvier double-dagger  Guinea CB 2019– 6 0 2019– 6 0 [24]
Kolbeinn Finnsson *  Iceland MF 2019– 2 0 2019 2 0 [5]
Hermann Hreiðarsson (c)  Iceland CB 1996–2011 89 5 1998–1999 12 1 [25]
Ívar Ingimarsson  Iceland CB 1998–2007 30 0 2000–2002 3 0 [26]
Ólafur Ingi Skúlason  Iceland LW 2003–2018 36 1 2006 1 0 [27]
Joe Connor  Ireland IR 1903–1904 3 1 1903 2 1 [28]
Tommy Shanks  Ireland FW 1903–1905 3 0 1905 1 0 [29]
Marcus Bean  Jamaica MF 2011 1 0 2011 1 0 [30]
Deon Burton  Jamaica FW 1997–2009 56 12 2004 1 0 [31]
Jamie Lawrence  Jamaica CM 2000–2004 24 1 2004 3 0 [32]
John Buttigieg  Malta SW 1984–2000 97 1 1988–1991 20 0 [33]
Sam Sodje  Nigeria CB 2005–2009 5 0 2005 1 0 [34]
Jimmy D'Arcy  Northern Ireland IF 1952–1953 5 1 1952–1953 4 1 [35]
Stuart Dallas *  Northern Ireland LW 2011– 52 3 2015 4 1 [36]
Will Grigg *  Northern Ireland FW 2012– 13 2 2013–2015 5 0 [37]
John Egan *  Republic of Ireland CB 2017– 12 0 2017 2 0 [38]
Bill Gorman  Republic of Ireland
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Alan Judge *  Republic of Ireland CM 2016– 9 1 2016–2018 5 1 [42]
Romaine Sawyers *  Saint Kitts and Nevis MF 2012– 22 4 2016–2019 8 0 [43]
Julian Charles  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines FW 2000 2 0 2000 2 0 [44]
Archie Macaulay  Scotland IF 1947–1948 7 0 1947 1 0 [45]
David McCulloch  Scotland CF 1934–1938 7 3 1936–1937 4 0 [46]
Duncan McKenzie  Scotland WH 1937 1 0 1937 1 0 [47]
Bobby Reid  Scotland OL 1937–1938 2 0 1937–1938 2 0 [48]
Kamohelo Mokotjo *  South Africa CM 2012– 22 0 2017–2019 15 0 [49]
Pontus Jansson double-dagger  Sweden CB 2012– 27 0 2019– 5 0 [50]
Les Boulter  Wales IL 1939 1 1 1939 1 1 [51]
Paul Evans  Wales MF 2002 2 0 2002 1 0 [52]
Idris Hopkins  Wales OR 1934–1939 12 2 1934–1939 12 2 ♠ [4]
Chris Mepham *  Wales CB 2018– 14 0 2018 4 0 [53]
Dai Richards  Wales WH 1931–1938 21 0 1936 4 0 [54]

Other senior international appearances[edit]

Olympic Games/U23[edit]

Player Nationality Position Total Total with Brentford Ref
Years Caps Goals Years Caps Goals
Lasse Vibe *  Denmark FW 2016 4 0 2016 4 0 [18]
Bill Slater  Great Britain WH 1952 1 1 1952 1 1 [55]
Ibrahima Sonko  Senegal CB n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a [56]

B international[edit]

Player Nationality Position Total Total with Brentford Ref
Years Caps Goals Years Caps Goals
Ron Greenwood  England CB 1952 1 0 1952 1 0 [57]

Wartime and Victory internationals[edit]

Player Nationality Position Total Total with Brentford Ref
Years Caps Goals Years Caps Goals
Patsy Hendren  England OL 1919 1 0 1919 1 0 [58]
Les Smith  England OL 1939–1945 11 3 1939–1945 11 3 [20]
Joe Crozier  Scotland GK 1943–1944 3 0 1943–1944 3 0 [58]
Idris Hopkins  Wales OR 1939–1944 9 1 1939–1944 9 1 [4]

Amateur[edit]

Player Nationality Position Total Total with Brentford Ref
Years Caps Goals Years Caps Goals
Alec Barclay  England HB 1913–1914 3 0 1913–1914 3 0 [59]
Jackie Burns  England LH 1930–1935 16 3 1931–1935 12 3 [59]
Maurice Edelston  England IF 1937–1947 8 7 1939 3 4 [59]
Vivian Gibbins  England FW 1924–1932 12 7 1932 2 0 [59]
Jackie Gibbons  England IF 1938–1939 6 6 1939 3 3 [59]
Terry Robinson  England OF 1956–1957 10 0 1956–1957 4 0 [55]
Bill Slater  England WH 1950–1953 20 7 1952 5 0 [55]
Kevin O'Flanagan  Ireland OL 1949–1950 2 1 1950 1 1 [55]
Martin Woosnam  Wales HB 1929 1 0 1929 1 0 [60]

Representative[edit]

Player Team Nationality Position Total Total with Brentford Notes Ref
Years Caps Goals Years Caps Goals
Jackie Gibbons Football Association XI  England IF 1939 n/a n/a 1939 n/a n/a [61]
Johnny Rainford Football League Third Division South  England IF 1955 1 1 1955 1 1 [62]
Archie Mitchell Football League XI  England CH 1921 1 0 1921 1 0 [2]
Sam Tillen Football League XI  England LB/LM 2006 1 0 2006 1 0 [nb 2] [63]
Jimmy D'Arcy Irish Football Association XI  Northern Ireland IF 1953 n/a n/a 1953 n/a n/a [61]
Steve Buxton London XI  England LB 1910 1 0 1910 1 0 [64]
John Christie London XI  Scotland RB/LH 1910 1 0 1910 1 0 [64]
Ken Coote London XI  England FB 1956–1958 3 0 1956–1958 3 0 [65]
Patsy Hendren Southern League XI  England OL 1919 1 0 1919 1 0 [2]
Ted Price Southern League XI  England GK 1919 1 0 1919 1 0 [2]
Geordie Reid Southern League XI  Scotland IL/CF 1910 2 2 1910 2 2 [2]

Other[edit]

Player Nationality Position Total Total with Brentford Ref
Years Caps Goals Years Caps Goals
Archie Macaulay  Great Britain IF 1947 1 0 1947 1 0 [55]
Terry Robinson  Great Britain OF 1956 8 0 1956 8 0 [55]

Youth international players[edit]

U21[edit]

Player Nationality Position Notes Ref
Nick Tsaroulla *  Cyprus LB [66]
Luka Racic double-dagger  Denmark CB [nb 3] [68]
Mads Roerslev double-dagger  Denmark RB [69]
Mads Bech Sørensen double-dagger  Denmark CB [nb 4] [72]
Josh Dasilva double-dagger  England MF [nb 5] [72]
Nicky Forster  England FW [74]
Ezri Konsa *  England CB [75]
Marcus Forss double-dagger  Finland FW [nb 6] [77]
Daniel O'Shaughnessy *  Finland CB [nb 7] [79]
Jaakko Oksanen double-dagger  Finland MF [nb 8] [77]
Bryan Mbeumo double-dagger  France W [72]
Kolbeinn Finnsson *  Iceland MF [77]
Patrik Gunnarsson double-dagger  Iceland GK [nb 9] [77]
David Titov  Latvia FB [nb 10] [77]
Ryan Blake  Northern Ireland LB [nb 11] [82]
Stuart Dallas *  Northern Ireland LW [83]
Gareth Graham  Northern Ireland MF/RB [84]
Alan Julian  Northern Ireland GK [nb 12] [86]
Danny Boxall  Republic of Ireland RB [87]
Canice Carroll  Republic of Ireland CB [88]
Tony Folan  Republic of Ireland LW [74]
Kevin O'Connor  Republic of Ireland U [89]
Martin Rowlands  Republic of Ireland MF [90]
Jay Tabb  Republic of Ireland AM/LW [91]
Theo Archibald *  Scotland RW [92]
Jim McNichol  Scotland DF [93]
Halil Dervişoğlu double-dagger  Turkey FW [72]
Joe Adams double-dagger  Wales W [nb 13] [94]
Cole Dasilva  Wales FB [96]
Chris Mepham *  Wales CB [nb 14] [98]
Gary Roberts  Wales W [99]
Matt Somner  Wales DF [100]

U20[edit]

Player Nationality Position Notes Ref
Gustav Mogensen double-dagger  Denmark FW [nb 15] [101]
Justin Shaibu  Denmark FW [102]
Ellery Balcombe double-dagger  England GK [nb 16] [105]
Rico Henry double-dagger  England LB [106]
Paris Maghoma double-dagger  England CM [94]
Moses Odubajo *  England RW/RB [79]
Raphaël Calvet  France CB [107]
Nik Tzanev *  New Zealand GK [79]

U19[edit]

Player Nationality Position Notes Ref
Jan Žambůrek double-dagger  Czech Republic CM [nb 17] [108]
Lukas Talbro  Denmark DF [nb 18] [110]
Audrius Laučys  Lithuania CB [111]
Stefan Tomasevic  Montenegro DF [112]
Jonny Mitchell  Scotland DM [113]
Simon Andersson double-dagger  Sweden GK [nb 19] [95]
Fredrik Hammar double-dagger  Sweden MF [95]

U18/Youth[edit]

Player Nationality Position Ref
Nik Tavares *  Croatia CB [114]
Marcus Gayle  England LW/FW [115]
Paul Buckle  England MF [116]
Gerry Cakebread  England GK [116]
Roy Cotton  England FW [116]
Tamer Fernandes  England GK [116]
Gary Huxley  England LW [116]
Danis Salman  England DF [116]
Gary Simons  England n/a [116]
Glenn Brophy  Republic of Ireland n/a [117]
Stephen Hendry  Scotland MF [118]
Luke Evans  Wales DF [119]
Matt Flitter  Wales DF [120]

U17[edit]

Player Nationality Position Ref
Joshua Bohui *  England FW [121]
Adrian Moyles  Republic of Ireland FB [122]
Chris Dickson  Scotland DF [120]
Lionel Stone  Scotland DF [123]

U16/Schoolboys[edit]

Player Nationality Position Ref
Roy Hart  England CH [124]
Ian Poveda *  England W [125]
Tom Field  Republic of Ireland LB [126]
Julius Fenn-Evans  Wales FW [79]

U15[edit]

Player Nationality Position Ref
Romayne Pennant  Scotland FB [127]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Capped by Ireland (FAI) and Ireland (IFA).[39]
  2. ^ Match played as an U21 fixture.[63]
  3. ^ Also capped by Denmark at U20 level while a Brentford player.[67]
  4. ^ Also capped by Denmark at U20 and U19 level while a Brentford player.[70][71]
  5. ^ Also capped by England at U20 level while a Brentford player.[73]
  6. ^ Also capped by Finland at U19 level while a Brentford player.[76]
  7. ^ Also capped by Finland at U20 level while a Brentford player.[78]
  8. ^ Also capped by Finland at U19 level while a Brentford player.[67]
  9. ^ Also capped by Iceland at U19 level while a Brentford player.[80]
  10. ^ Also capped by Latvia at U19 level while a Brentford player.[67]
  11. ^ Also capped by Northern Ireland at U19 level while a Brentford player.[81]
  12. ^ Also capped by Northern Ireland at U19 and U18 level while a Brentford player.[85]
  13. ^ Also capped by Wales at U20 and U19 level while a Brentford player.[94][95]
  14. ^ Also capped by Wales at U20 level while a Brentford player.[97]
  15. ^ Also capped by Denmark at U19 level while a Brentford player.[95]
  16. ^ Also capped by England at U19 and U18 level while a Brentford player.[103][104]
  17. ^ Also capped by Czech Republic at U18 level while a Brentford player.[77]
  18. ^ Also capped by Denmark at U18 level while a Brentford player.[109]
  19. ^ Also capped by Sweden at U17 level while a Brentford player.[67]

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