All Albion fans are advised to allow extra time when travelling to the Amex tonight, due to travel disruption resulting from recent adverse weather conditions.
Albion's transport manager Steve Reeves commented, "There is major disruption on rail services - with a stretch of line at Patcham flooded - meaning no services between Brighton and Hassocks.
"This has also had a knock-on effect on other rail services in the area, and therefore fans who intend to travel by train this evening are advised to check with the rail operator.
"This is also expected to impact other services, so fans travelling by other methods are also advised to allow additional time for their journeys."
Fans are also reminded that travel is NOT included in the match ticket price, and therefore bus and train tickets (to and from Falmer) must be purchased prior to travel.
The Mill Road and Mithras House park-and-ride sites are open, but both are expected to be busy - so fans are strongly advised to arrive early. Fans who have not pre-booked and wish to pay on the day for park-and-ride should use the Mithras House site (priced £4 per adult and £2 per junior).
Therefore those travelling by car (who have not pre-booked park-and-ride) are advised that on-the-day car parking is also available at the Bridge Car Park, priced £15.