Brighton & Hove Albion season-ticket holders are advised they must apply for free entry to the under-21s match against Arsenal at the Amex tonight, and also for the historic first women's match at the stadium against Charlton Athletic on Sunday 6th December.
Previously, the club had advised that fans' entry to the stadium would be gained by showing their season-ticket smart cards. However, fans are now advised they must apply for their FREE ticket via seagullstickets.com - following a safety review at the Amex by the club's security team.
It's an easy and simple process, and every season-ticket holder can apply for their print-at-home ticket by clicking here; or request a ticket for collection by calling the Albion Booking Line or by visiting the ticket office in person.
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Meanwhile, the club is advising fans coming for the women's match against Charlton that parking is booked in advance.
The cost is £5 per car, but with the Young Seagulls Christmas Party taking place at the stadium on the same day, parking in Car Park A (Bennett's Field) is limited. Additional parking will also be available in Car Park B (The Bridge).
Parking for the under-21 match against Arsenal next Monday is free to all match attendees.
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