Simon Grayson’s Preston North End are Saturday’s opponents in their first ever trip to the Amex as Albion look to continue their record-breaking unbeaten start to the season.
Last season’s League One play-off winners visit the Amex off the back of a convincing away win against Charlton Athletic at the Valley.
Southern Rail will be running a usual matchday service for the match.
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 Easthead onto the bandstand. Albion in the Community will also be running their soccer skills sessions ahead of their half-term soccer schools running throughout Sussex for children of all ages and abilities.
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Food & Drink Offering
This week we are pleased to have on offer pints of Heineken for just £3.70 throughout the day in the Fanzone, concourses and lounges.
Albion fans can enjoy a pint of our special guest ale Two Hoots Golden Ale from Joseph Holt brewery throughout the stadium. The 'street' food kiosks will once again be in operation for this fixture. The movable feasts will also be in operation for this fixture.
Our early Championship fixture on show in Dick’s Bar and the Seven Stars is Blackburn v Burnley (12.30pm kick-off). Dick’s Bar opens at the usual matchday time of 11.30am and the Seven Stars Sports Bar at midday. All concourses open at 1.30pm. The 1901 Club lounges are open from 12.30pm.
After the match fans are more than welcome to stay to watch the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Everton (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).
Arrive early for Young Seagulls Zamora Giveaway
Following on from Tuesday night’s dramatic conclusion, Young Seagulls members can now collect the latest edition of Brighton & Hove Albion's pop-up figures.
The one and only Bobby Zamora, who popped up with that late winner against Bristol City is available for free on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability.
All Young Seagulls members recently received a Gordon Greer pop-up in their annual members' packs and several others will be available throughout the season at home matches and other events.
These special Bobby Zamora pop-ups are ONLY available to collect in person at the match tomorrow and will be given away for free in the Fanzone from 12pm. So please make sure that you arrive at the stadium early to claim yours!
Tickets for tomorrow’s game are still available via www.seagullstickets.com, or they are available to purchase on the day from the stadium from 9am.
Get Your Copy of Seagull
In Saturday’s issue of Seagull, defender Uwe Huenemeier gives his first in-depth interview since signing for the Albion, and we look back at Tuesday’s thrilling win against Bristol City, where goalkeeper David Stockdale praises the impact of Bobby Zamora.
We also take a trip down memory lane to unearth Bobby's early days as part of the famous Senrab Sunday league side that also spawned the likes of John Terry, Ledley King and Paul Konchesky.
Elsewhere, the Porsche Performance of the Month is revealed, while we preview England’s U21 Euro 2017 qualifier against Switzerland, which could well feature a trio of young Seagulls.
In our popular Retro section, we feature the club’s marquee signings, including Jimmy Case, Andy Ritchie and ex-Preston youngster Mark Lawrenson, while former Ajax star Ray Clarke is also interviewed.
All this and much more can be found in Saturday’s 84-page edition of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.
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