Thomas Frank’s side challenged for a top 10 spot, and were the only promoted side to stay up.
On the final day - after going down to nine men due to injuries and red cards -they were hit by a 2-1 defeat to relegation-threatened Leeds United.
The Bees were tipped to go back to the Championship at the beginning of their first season in the English top flight since 1947, but they made some smart signings and are now looking to build on what they achieved.
The fans always filled the new stadium to capacity and cheered on as their team made them proud on the pitch.
And for a team that came to the Premier League via the play-offs, they were never in the relegation zone at any point.
For the fans, it’s been a dream season and they will now look forward to more in the next campaign.
Key striker Ivan Toney will attract interest from clubs again, but Brentford hope that they will keep him for another year and get more from him and his growing understanding with key midfielder Eriksen.
So as Brentford look to the future, LondonWorld brings you some of the most memorable photographs from the Bees’ breakthrough season.