Website Accessibility

Website Accessibility

Accessibility for this website

This website (“Site”) is operated by Brighton and Hove Albion FC. See more details about us.

We are committed to assisting users with access to the Site. Our accessibility standards have worked towards AA compliance within W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standards, and this has been achieved in many areas of the Site.

Supported browsers

Our desktop Site was developed to support AA compliance where possible on the following browsers:

  • Microsoft Edge 97.0 (and all later releases) for Windows
  • Google Chrome 97.0 (and all later releases) for Windows
  • Safari 15.0 (and all later releases) for MacOS

Our mobile version of the Site was developed to support AA compliance on the following browsers:

  • Safari 15.0 (and all later releases) for iOS devices
  • Chrome 97.0 (and all later releases) for Android devices
  • Samsung Internet 15.0 (and all later releases) for Android devices
  • Video streaming is supported on both iOS and Android devices

Hear Written Text Read Aloud

Our website is built to work with existing screen readers to enable you to hear the content of the site read aloud. If you already use a dedicated screen reader such as JAWS or NVDA please continue to do so. If you would like to activate your device’s in-built screen reader, please follow the instructions on the web pages below, depending on your device/operating system. Note links will open in a new window*.

Text size

The browsers we support feature in-built accessibility tools, including zoom and text-resizing. You can change the text size or adjust the page zoom in your desktop browser by following these instructions:

  • Windows browsers (eg Chrome, Edge):
    • Increase page zoom: Hold down the CTRL key and press +
    • Decrease page zoom: Hold down the CTRL key and press –
  • MacOS browsers (eg Safari):
    • Increase page zoom: Hold down the Command key and press +
    • Decrease page zoom: Hold down the Command key and press –
  • iOS (iPhone/iPad) Safari:
    • Change text size – tap the ‘aA’ symbol, then tap ‘A’ to increase the size or ‘a’ to decrease the size.
  • Android Chrome browser:
    • Change text size – tap the three dots in the top-right of the screen, then tap ‘Settings’. Tap ‘Accessibility’ then use the Text Scaling tool to increase/decrease the text size.

Alternatively use the Userway Accessibility Tool (details below).

Accessibility Tool

We have implemented Userway’s digital accessibility tool to offer more customisation options across the site. Simply click on the Accessibility logo in the bottom right of the screen to access the following options:

  • Contrast: Change background and text colour schemes to your preference
  • Highlight Links: Apply a highlight colour to any links on the current page
  • Bigger Text: Increase the text size to your preference
  • Text Spacing: Increase spacing between letters
  • Pause Animations: Pause scrolling and/or animated background images to allow easier focus
  • Dyslexia Friendly: Change the main font on the site to one of two options that some users may find easier to read
  • Cursor: Increase the mouse cursor size (not available on mobile devices)
  • Tooltips: Highlight Tooltips such as image descriptions (not available on mobile devices)
  • Line Height: Increase spacing between lines of text
  • Text Align: Change the text alignment to left/right/centre
  • Saturation: Adjust the colour brightness.

If you have any feedback on this tool please complete the feedback form below or email


Useful links for digital accessibility (all links open in a new window)*

General Links:

”My Computer My Way” - Detailed information on how to make your computer or mobile device more accessible to you:

Operating Systems Accessibility:

Apple (Mac, iPhone, iPad):
Microsoft (Windows):
Google (Android):

Vision Related:

Technology Association of Visually Impaired people:
Royal National Institute for Blind People Technology Advice:

Hearing Related:

Royal National Institute for Deaf People Technology Advice -

Deaf-Blind Related:

Deafblind UK Technology Advice:


Dyslexia UK: 

* Please note that the club is not responsible for the content of any external sites you may visit from the above links.

Accessibility at the Amex

If you are looking for information about accessibility at the Amex Stadium please read our Disability and Access guide here

Booking Tickets

For a guide to booking home and away match tickets for disabled supporters and their personal assistants please click here.

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