The first of two home games in the space of four days sees the visit of Birmingham City, who with only two goals in their last five Championship games have seen their good end-of-year form in 2014 hard to maintain in 2015.
Our ever-popular Fan Zone opens at 1pm with Brighton-based BNTicz taking to the bandstand stage at 1.30pm. The Brighton Golf Lab has its usual FREE nearest-the-pin competition and in the family concourse of the East Stand we have the Potty the Pirate Magic Show.
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 Middlesbrough and Leeds will be on TVs from 12.15pm. After Albion's game, we will be showing the Premier League match between Manchester City and Newcastle United (5.30pm kick-off) in the North Concourse, Dick's Bar and the Seven Stars.
All of the latest team news is available via seagulls.co.uk and via our official Facebook page, Twitter feed @OfficialBHAFC, and official The Albion app (available from the App store). Other exclusive images and video are available through our Instagram feed (@officialbhafc).
LATEST NEWS FROM SEAGULLS.CO.UK
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Free Wi-fi at the Amex
Free Wi-fi, powered by The Cloud, is available throughout the Amex.
To log on when in the stadium simply turn on your Wi-fi, select The Cloud from the networks available, open your browser and follow the on-screen instructions.
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.
For further information on travelling to the Amex check out our travel guide.
Food & Drink Offering
Saturday’s Pie of the Day is Chilli. Look out for the specials upon arrival in the stadium.
Get your copy of Seagull
In Saturday’s issue of Seagull, cover star Dale Stephens talks candidly about his ten months on the sidelines and how he’s determined to play his part in the side’s bid to pull away from the drop zone.
Skipper Gordon Greer reflects on two very good clean sheets at Cardiff and Sheffield Wednesday while player identification manager, Paul Winstanley, lifts the lid on the new recruitment process now in place at the club.
Leon Best is the latest player to answer your Facebook questions in The Hot Seat and we also catch up with former fans’ favourite Leo Ulloa.
Former goalkeeping legend Brian Powney looks back at the 1969/70 season while Alan Mullery remembers the playing surfaces of yesteryear!
All this and much more can be found in Saturday’s issue of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.
The Albion Superstore
Open from 9am, this week the Albion superstore is offering a matchday pack consisting of a foam hand, wig and flag for £10. The ever popular shirt amnesty is also back for Saturday’s game; bring in an old football shirt to receive £5 off any replica shirt (T&Cs apply).
AITC Brighton to Paris Bike Ride Back for 2015
Albion in the Community's (AITC) much-celebrated Brighton to Paris Bike Ride is returning for its second successive year on 26 June 2015 and we would like to invite all our supporters to take part.
We have already had a great response with lots of people wanting to sign up and we don't want our fans to miss out!
In order to register your place click here or contact Millie Lanz, our Fundraising & Events Manager, on 01273 878 246 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.