Brighton & Hove Albion are calling on supporters to send in their favourite or most stand-out Albion memories.
The Seagulls are looking for fans to send in their personal Albion story, whether it be from 50 years ago or just last week, with the best and most compelling memories being depicted around the stadium ahead of the new season.
Fans are encouraged to send in the Albion memory that means the most to them; be it the first Brighton game attended, a key family event or an unexpected turn of events.
Albion have carved out a unique and sometimes emotionally fraught history, none more so than the fight to save the club’s home, the eventual selling of the Goldstone Ground in 1997 or the unbearable last-day drama at Hereford.
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The blue-and-white stripes have also battled to gain a new home and many fans will remember the amazing humour and valour that was shown by so many in securing the Amex Stadium.
There are also the high points on the field that many will recall; the charge to the First Division under Alan Mullery, the Play-Off Final win at the Millennium Stadium and Will Buckley’s last-gasp winner to secure the most unforgettable of starts to life at the Amex.
Back-to-back title wins in a temporary stadium and a 1983 FA Cup run where ‘Smith must score’, the Albion have weaved a unique tapestry of memories in their history, and now the club wants to hear what moments made the hairs on the back of fans’ necks stand up, brought tears to the eyes or produced unequivocal euphoria.
If you would like to be a part of this project please send us your story complete with pictures to email@example.com.