All you need to know ahead of Tuesday's game.
Queens Park Rangers are our visitors to the Amex for this Tuesday's 7.45pm kick-off. Albion managed a 2-2 draw at Loftus Road in December, with two goals from former Hoops striker Charlie Austin cancelling out Dale Stephens’ acrobatic opener and Rajiv van La Parra’s long-range effort.
A minute's applause will also take place during the fifth minute of the game, to pay tribute to Dennis Caesar, who sadly passed away after Friday night's match against Fulham.
Train services between Brighton and Falmer, and from Lewes/Eastbourne to Falmer, are expected to run as usual.
Supporters who use the Lewes Road Park & Ride site are advised that the car park for the Watts Building will be accessed via a temporary entrance until further notice, due to building works. Further information can be found here.
A normal Park & Ride operation will run from Brighton Racecourse, though with a race meeting on the same night, fans are advised roads will be busier than usual.
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*.
The security team will continue its proactive approach to supporter safety and we ask that all fans are patient and comply with stewards' requests when entering, once inside, and on leaving the stadium.
Please ensure all coats and jackets are open and ready to be searched, and we would advise avoiding bringing any bags with you to the stadium unless it is absolutely necessary, as this may slow your entry, and that of other supporters, to the stadium.
We are pleased to announce that Fond of Rudy will be supporting our Fanzone with a live performance from 6.30pm until 7.15pm. The Hop Bar in the Fanzone will be open for this game. Dick’s Bar is open from 4pm and the Seven Stars from 4.30pm.
The stadium superstore has an offer of 25% off for all season-ticket holders and 1901 Club members.
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The Brighton & Hove Albion Ticket Office will be open for supporters to visit in person from 9am up until kick-off.
Tickets are limited for all remaining home games and the away game at Charlton has sold out.
Remaining match tickets are available through the Albion booking line on 0844 327 1901 (calls cost seven pence per minute plus your network access charge) from 9am until 8pm and online through seagullstickets.com.
Stay in your seat during half-time and you could be the winner of our AmexCam competition, brought to you in partnership with today’s match sponsor American Express.
If you find yourself on the big screen during the interval you could be one of six lucky winners of hospitality in the American Express Superbox for a game next season! AmexCam will pick each winner at random from the crowd so all you need to do is watch the big screens to see if your face appears!
After the match
Last orders in the Seven Stars Sports Bar is at 10.15pm; Dick’s Bar and the North concourse is at 10.45pm.
Our 1901 Club members in the West Stand are advised that last orders in the Bupa Lounge will be at 10.45pm, with last orders in all other West Stand lounges at 10.15pm. Members of all other West Stand lounges are welcome to head to the Bupa Lounge after the game. The Rivervale and Heineken lounges also have last orders at the later time of 10.45pm.
Tuesday's edition of Seagull
In Tuesday’s issue of Seagull we catch up with Connor Goldson, who talks about his elevation into the Albion first team, his banter with Lewis Dunk and the day he faced Dele Alli.
Tomer Hemed looks back on his hat-trick against Fulham while Anthony Knockaert highlights the spirit in the Albion dressing room.
Amy Taylor looks back at Albion women’s title-winning season, while young hopefuls Will Collar and Luis Garcia are also featured.
In our popular retro section, we rewind to the rollercoaster years of 1982 and 1983 for both the Albion and QPR, with Chris Ramsey, Gordon Smith, John Gregory and Perry Digweed all featured.
All this and much more can be found in your 84-page issue of Seagull, found in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.
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