Brighton & Hove Albion welcome last season’s League One champions Bristol City to the American Express Community Stadium for this evening’s Sky Bet Championship fixture.
Albion start the day four points clear at the top of the table and Chris Hughton will be hoping to continue the record-breaking start to the season against a Bristol City team currently just outside the relegation places in 21st position.
As with previous fixtures this season, the club’s park & ride facility P&R 2 (formerly University of Brighton P&R), has ongoing building work at the Cockcroft site, therefore we advise fans to arrive earlier than usual.
All other park & ride car parks are operating a normal service.
Details of the location of our park & ride sites can be found in our travel guide.
Southern Rail will be running a usual matchday service for the match.
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.
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From 6.15pm we are pleased to welcome The Dreaming Spires on the bandstand.
Having just returned from their US tour they have previously performed on the Andrew Marr show, and the presenter called them "one of the best live bands in Britain".
Food & Drink Offering
This week’s early arrival drink offer is two bottles of Heineken for just £5, available from the Hop Bar from 5.30-6pm, in the lounges from 5.15-5.45pm and in the concourses from 6.15-6.45pm.
Albion fans can enjoy a pint of our special guest ale Butcombe Bitter throughout the concourses and lounges. The street food kiosks will not be in operation for this fixture.
Get Your Copy of Seagull
In tonight’s issue of Seagull, Bruno talks candidly about the change in the Seagulls this season and why he’s not missing his departed Spanish counterparts too much.
We also look back at Saturday’s thrilling win at Leeds and catch up with Andrew Crofts and Bobby Zamora.
Albion women are also enjoying a table-topping start to the season and defender Vicky Ashton-Jones reflects on the campaign so far, while there’s the first in a series of pull-out posters for our Young Seagulls to collect.
Our Retro section focuses on Albion keepers with Peter Grummitt interviewed and we also speak to Michel Kuipers about his life as a Dutch marine.
All this and much more can be found inside tonight’s issue of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.