Newly promoted MK Dons join us at the Amex this Saturday for what will be Albion’s 100th league game at the Amex.
Pre-match we invite you to join both clubs, along with football fans across the country, as we come together to reflect and remember those services personnel who've made the ultimate sacrifice for this country in conflicts around the world.
We ask fans to arrive and be seated ahead of the 2.50pm start to our tributes.
Rail replacement busses will be in operation between Littlehampton and Brighton which will affect a large number of journeys. Please leave extra time for your journey if travelling from West Sussex via this route.
All other matchday services are currently running as scheduled.
Details of the location of our park & ride sites can be found in our travel guide.
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 eventtravel-hub.co.uk or by calling 0845 9011 442.
From 1.30pm we are pleased to welcome HB Band on to the bandstand. Albion in the Community will also be running their soccer skills sessions in the FanZone.
Food & Drink Offering
Albion fans can enjoy a pint of our special guest ale, Harvey’s Old Ale, available throughout the stadium.
The guest pie for this fixture is BBQ Pork and we are pleased to announce, due to popular demand, the Piglets Chicken, Gammon and Leek pie will be returning to the Amex for this fixture.
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Our early Championship fixture on show in Dick’s Bar and Seven Stars is the West Yorkshire derby between Huddersfield Town and Leeds United (12.30pm kick-off). The early Premier League fixture between AFC Bournemouth and Newcastle United will also be on view (12.45pm kick-off).
Dick’s Bar opens at the usual matchday time of 11.30am and the Seven Stars Sports Bar opens at midday. All concourses open at 1.30pm. The 1901 Club lounges are open from 12.30pm.
Get your copy of Seagull!
In Saturday’s issue of Seagull, Sam Baldock tells us about his time as an MK Dons player and he looks ahead at what is shaping up to be an exciting season for the Seagulls.
Jake Forster-Caskey reflects on his recent loan spell with the Dons, while Inigo Calderon reviews the draw at Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night – his first league start of the campaign.
We also have news on the latest REMF game, which took place between Albion and Crystal Palace fans in Sydney, Australia, and turned out to be a thriller.
We reveal details of the Young Seagulls Christmas Party, while Gordon Greer is the latest pull-out star for our young fans to collect.
In our ever popular Retro Albion section, we focus on the more surreal games in the club’s history, including a Thursday afternoon encounter in front of a handful of fans, an extraordinary game of penalties against Palace and the time Albion played Nigeria home and away.
Craig Maskell is interviewed, Doug Rougvie reveals a penchant for trout and salad, and we remember the days when the Albion were known as The Dolphins!
With this being Remembrance Sunday weekend, club historian Tim Carder also takes a look at the Albion players who served their country as well as the club.
All this and much more can be found in Saturday’s 84-page issue of Seagull, which is available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced at £3.50.
After the match, fans are more than welcome to stay to watch the Premier League clash between Stoke City and Chelsea (5.30pm kick-off) in the Seven Stars (closing time of 7.15pm), North stand (closing time of 7.45pm) or Dick’s Bar (closing time of 7.45pm).