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24 October 2014

It’s matchday at the American Express Community Stadium again tomorrow and Rotherham United visit for the first time.

We have lots more activities taking place around the ground before and after the action on the pitch. Our increasingly-popular Fan Zone opens at 1pm with another band taking to the stage at 1.30pm; the Brighton Golf Lab has its usual FREE nearest-the-pin competition; we have more face painters; and we have a science show to entertain the kids in the family area of the East Stand.

Dick’s Bar (11.30am) and the Seven Stars (midday) will be open early, serving a large selection of food and drinks, and showing the live games around the country, while concourses open at 1.30pm.

The Championship game between Millwall and Cardiff City will be on TVs from 12.15pm, and the Premier League clash between West Ham Utd and Man City kicks off at 12.45pm. After Albion’s game, we will be showing El Clasico (Real Madrid v Barcelona) from 5pm and Swansea City v Leicester City (5.30pm) in the North Concourse, Dick’s Bar and the Seven Stars.

All of the latest team news is available via and via our official Facebook page, Twitter feed @OfficialBHAFC and don’t forget to check out pictures and post your images at our Instagram feed (@officialbhafc).

Kick It Out
Tomorrow is our designated Kick It Out day, celebrating the work of football’s equality and inclusion organisation. Look out for activity going on around the stadium.

Be Bold at the Lane
Chandlers BMW MINI is offering one fan and up to two friends the opportunity to travel to Spurs in style. They will be chauffeured, in an Orange MINI Cooper, to and from Albion's Capital One Cup tie with Spurs on Wednesday night. The trip will include a parking space on the stadium doorstep, cutting out the stress of city centre transport.

To enter, look out for the Chandlers BMW MINI team who will be parked up at the stadium tomorrow, outside the Brighton & Hove Albion Superstore.

Brighton & Hove Albion Superstore
For everyone who has pre-ordered a limited edition third shirt for collection from the store you will be able to do this from the matchday collection point which is the kiosk store opposite the main Superstore. Please ensure that you bring your collection receipt with you on the day and also proof of id in case it is needed. Collections are available from 10am tomorrow.

Not pre-ordered your shirt yet? There will be a very small number of third shirts available to buy in the Superstore tomorrow but these are on a strictly first come, first served basis. No shirts can be reserved so come into the store and have a look around. But be quick!

Don’t forget that you can buy any of our merchandise online and then collect in store the next day; why not buy online tonight and then collect at the Amex tomorrow? Visit


Get Your Copy of Seagull
Cover star Gordon Greer explains why he was dubbed a ‘rock star’ while on international duty with Scotland last week, and fellow defender Bruno reveals why he was in trouble at home after a recent stay up north.

Former centre-half Guy Butters recalls our last trip to Spurs, while Alan Mullery – with a foot in both camps – reveals who he’ll be cheering on at White Hart Lane. All this and much more can be found in Saturday’s 84-page Seagull, priced £3.50 and available in and around the stadium.

Food & Drink Offering
Look for tomorrow’s specials when you arrive at the Amex. The special pie will be sausage, beans & cheese while tomorrow’s guest ale will be Horatio Nelson, by the Nelson Brewery.

Travel Update
Supporters can book coach travel via Seagull Travel, who pick up from points in all major Sussex towns – and even further afield. Our full travel service is once again in operation. Full details are available here.

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 here to buy online. Tickets are also available from the club’s mobile retail unit, which will be at Brighton train station.

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