Albion fans are advised to arrive early at the stadium.
Brighton & Hove Albion are expecting a new record league crowd of more than 30,200 at the Amex for Monday's Championship match with Derby County, and are therefore advising fans to allow plenty of time when travelling to the stadium.
The match is a sell-out and there will be NO TICKETS on sale to home or away fans on the day of the match.
The club has been informed a full Saturday matchday train service will be in operation, and additional buses will be added to routes to and from the Amex, but fans should note that a Sunday service timetable will be in operation across the rest of the city.
We do expect all three park-and-ride sites to be busy, and at capacity; please also note there is a Bank Holiday market at the Racecourse, which will mean additional traffic in the area.
Please note all near-site parking at the Bridge Car Park and Sussex University is now sold out, and there will be NO availability on the day.
With this in mind, we do strongly advise fans to consider allowing additional time when travelling, and advise that you aim to arrive at the stadium earlier than usual.
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There will be the usual pre-match entertainment, both in the Fanzone and on the big screen. Dick's Bar will be open from 11am and the Seven Stars Sports Bar from 11.30am.
Pre-match, we will also be joined pitchside by the scorer of the final goal at the Goldstone Ground, Stuart Storer, and Albion legends and former Derby County players Gerry Ryan and Graham Moseley - both of whom played in the 1983 FA Cup Final for Albion.
After the match, as this is our final league match of the season, the players will return to the pitch to show their appreciation to the fans for their magnificent support throughout the season.
Please remain in your seats, do not encroach onto the pitch (at this stage we will not know if we will need the pitch for a potential play-off semi-final home leg) and the players will return shortly after the final whistle to say thank you to fans.