Brentford will meet Hull for the first time since 2016 when the two sides face off in the 2017/18 Championship season.
The two sides faced each other regularly in the 1950s, including five times in the 1953/54 campaign but, although they met in 2015/16, fixtures have been more spread out in recent history.
The Tigers enter the Championship after their one season stay in the Premier League ended in relegation and they are without a manager after Marco Silva's departure to Watford.
The two teams have met on 57 occasions, 50 in the league, with the Bees winning 18 and Hull emerging triumphant on 28 occasions.
GetWestLondon takes a look at three meetings between the two teams.
First meeting: Brentford 2-2 Hull (September 30 1933)
The Bees shared the spoils against Hull in their first ever season in the second tier of English football.
Charlie Fletcher and Jack Holliday's goals were not enough to hand the west Londoners victory.
Dai Hopkins scored the only goal of the game on February 10 as the Bees triumphed in Humberside.
Last meeting: Hull 2-0 Brentford (April 26 2016)
It was a game too far for Brentford as their fine April form was halted by a 2-0 defeat at Hull.
Harlee Dean put through his own net early on from an Andrew Robertson cross before David Button saved Adama Diomande's penalty after Jake Bidwell's foul.
Mo Diame made it 2-0 but Tigers fans spent most of the game urging Assem Allam to leave the club.
Memorable meeting: Brentford 2-1 Hull (May 7 2005)
The Bees had secured a play-off spot with a 2-1 win at Wrexham and Martin Allen rested his star players against a Tigers side, already promoted.
Ademola 'George' Bankole started in goal, Karleigh Osborne, Darius Charles, Jerrome Sobers, Andy Myers and Scott Fitzgerald were in defence. Jamie Lawrence, Ryan Peters, Chris Hargreaves and Jay Tabb in midfield with Matt Harrold starting up front. Ryan Watts, George Moleski and Charlie Ide came off the bench.
Peter Taylor had selected his first choice XI and things looked bleak for the Bees when Leon Cort put Hull ahead in the first minute.
Brentford, though, equalised just before half-time with Sobers, on loan from Ipswich, heading home in what was his only game in professional football.
With the game entering the final five minutes, the Bees claimed victory as Jay Tabb broke through to fire home as the west Londoners claimed fourth spot. Sheffield Wednesday ended their promotion hopes in the play-off semi finals.