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14 April 2015

Huddersfield Town are our visitors for this Tuesday’s game under the floodlights. The Terriers have been fairly inconsistent of late, though in April have managed two wins out of three games coming into tonight’s fixture.

With a kick-off of 7.45pm, concourses will open at 4pm. Dick’s Bar will open at 4pm and the Seven Stars at 4.30pm, serving a large selection of food and drinks.

Travel Update
Albion’s official travel partner Seagull Travel collects from over 120 pick-up locations covering East and West Sussex and surrounding counties. Seats can be booked via or by calling 0845 9011 442.

Southern Rail will be running a usual matchday service for the match and for more information on travelling to the Amex check out our travel guide.

Fan Zone
Our ever-popular Fan Zone will feature Sussex Steel gracing the bandstand. In the family concourse of the East stand we have the Potty the Pirate Magic Show and face-painting for the younger Seagulls fans.

Over the past few home games the club have been very pleased with the success of our new licence enabling alcohol to be consumed in the designated area outside the stadium.

On Tuesday night alcohol will be served up until 45 minutes before kick-off, though fans should note that all drinks must be consumed before they are brought into the stadium.

Post-match there will be no alcohol served outside. However, fans will be able to leave the stadium with their drinks purchased inside, providing that all drinks are consumed prior to reaching the coach park steps, T-junction or station approach.

We ask all fans to drink responsibly and work with us to meet our licensing conditions and make this area a success.


Food & Drink Offering
This month our guest pie is Chicken Balti and guest ale is Leeds Brewery Monsoon. Look out for the specials upon arrival at the Amex.

The Albion Superstore
Head in to store before the game and pick up some 2014/15 Nike training kit or the 2014/15 away shirt for half price! There are plenty of other savings to be had as the end of the season approaches! If you can’t make it in then don’t miss out by visiting

Contactless at the Amex
Brighton & Hove Albion, in partnership with American Express, has completed the roll out of contactless payment options across the American Express Community Stadium – meaning faster service for fans on matchdays.

With the benefits of contactless payment we will be phasing out our e-cash payment option at the end of the season. Our e-cash booths will be closed for our remaining fixtures though fans can spend any remaining funds until the end of the current season.

Get your copy of Seagull
In tonight’s issue of Seagull, cover star Dale Stephens reflects on Friday’s defeat to Bournemouth while Inigo Calderon explains the importance of three points against Huddersfield.

Danny Holla goes in The Hot Seat, while former keeper Ben Roberts looks back at his favourite season in football.

We also bring you all the action from last week’s Amex open training session plus we preview the forthcoming REMF game.

Alan Mullery remembers his first footsteps as a manager and we also catch up with Talksport’s Ian ‘The Moose’ Abrahams.

All this and much more can be found in the penultimate issue of Seagull this season, which can be found in and around the Amex Stadium tonight, priced £3.50.

25 miles for 25 years
Take part in Albion in the Community’s trek across the South Downs Way. Book before 31st May and you’ll be entered into their prize draw too.

Get Social
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