The Amex welcomes Blackburn Rovers on Saturday with both clubs joining together to pay respects ahead of Remembrance Sunday.
Preceding the minute’s silence both club managers will partake in the traditional laying of wreaths and we appreciate your support for this cause.
Dick’s Bar will open at the usual time of 11:30am and the Seven Stars at midday, both serving a large selection of food and drink, with concourses open from 1:30pm.
Before kick-off at the Amex we will be showing the Championship game Derby v Wolves (12:15pm kick-off) and the Premier League fixture Liverpool v Chelsea (12:45pm kick-off) in Dick’s Bar, the Seven Stars and concourses once opened.
The bandstand will have live music from 1:30pm and refreshments will be available from the outside bar. Within the family area of the East Stand we have face painting and the Brighton Golf Lab has its usual FREE nearest-to-the-pin competition.
After Albion’s game we will be showing QPR v Manchester United (5:30pm kick-off) in Dick’s Bar, the Seven Stars and the North Concourse.
Travelling to the Amex
We would like to remind all fans that engineering work is taking place between Brighton and Worthing closing all lines. There are extra buses replacing the trains between Brighton and Worthing that will accommodate match day passengers.
Those of you that will be affected, don't forget that you can also use buses free of charge for match day travel, including the South Coast 700 service run by Stagecoach. Seagull Travel are also providing extra coaches to book – follow this link http://www.stagedoortickets.co.uk/SeagullTravel
The club offers three park and ride sites around the city, Mill Road, University of Brighton and Brighton Racecourse. These will be very busy and in all likelihood full by 2pm. If you have no choice but to drive please make sure you arrive as early as possible. Details of how to get to each site can be found in ourtravel guide brochure.
If you intend to use one of the near stadium car parks we strongly recommend that you book in advance or arrive as early as you can as they will all be very busy and as with the P&R sites the car parks will be full by 2pm.
Finally our attention has been drawn to the fact that many fans are trying to use Knights Gate Road (the entrance closest to Lewes) to get into the Sussex University parking. If we allow fans to use this access we are in breach of the legal agreement with the university. Please do not try to use this access as you will be turned away.
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The Albion mobile store will be at Brighton train station on match day from 9am to 3pm with a selection of merchandise, match programmes and additional tickets available.
New winter fashion hats, scarves and gloves are available from the Superstore plus we have a great selection of gift ideas with Christmas just around the corner! The official 2015 wall calendar is just £5 or pick up the official 2015 annual for £8.
The Match Day Click and Collect service is available as always. Buy online before 10am on a match day and collect in store from the Print Room location point in the club Superstore. Visit www.seagullsdirect.co.ukfor details.
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With Elliott Bennett and Greg Halford making their first appearances on Tuesday night against Wigan, we spoke to both about their loan moves from Norwich City and Nottingham Forest respectively.
Bennett reveals why he decided to return ‘home’ while Halford reflects on a hectic day which ended with a late run-out at the Amex.
Gary Gardner scored the only goal of the game against Wigan and explains why he could be finding the target more often this season, while striker Chris O’Grady is the latest player to answer your questions from The Hot Seat.
We have plenty of Albion nostalgia this week with former keeper Graham Moseley interviewed while Jimmy Case’s book is reviewed, plus there’s news on how you can meet the Albion midfield legend at the Amex.
Alan Mullery looks at Christian Walton’s recent debut, which brings back memories of his own debut for Fulham back in the day, while chief executive Paul Barber takes a look at the changes made to the Financial Fair Play rules at a Football League EGM on Thursday afternoon.
All this and much more can be found in Saturday’s 84-page issue of Seagull, priced £3.50 and available in and around the Amex Stadium.All of the latest team news is available viawww.seagulls.co.ukand via our officialFacebook page, Twitter feed@OfficialBHAFC(and don’t forget to check out pictures and post your images at our Instagram feed @officialbhafc).
Not Got Your Ticket Yet? Tickets are still available for tomorrow’s game. The club’s online print-at-home feature is the easiest and cheapest way to buy so
click hereto buy online. Tickets are also available from the club’s mobile retail unit, which will be at Brighton train station.