The latest update ahead of next Tuesday's game.
Brighton & Hove Albion have been advised by Southern Rail to expect additional matchday rail services for the home match with Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday 27th December.
Nonetheless, as it is an early kick-off and a Bank Holiday fixture, the club has laid on additional travel services for fans - and also made contingency plans to deal with any disruption.
Additional services include two additional park & ride sites at Sainsbury’s West Hove (please note parking is now sold out, but there is bus capacity for walk-up customers) and at Brendan’s Equestrian Centre at Pyecombe (spaces still available for home and away fans, but please book via seagullstickets.com).
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Car Park B (The Bridge) is now sold out, but there is availability at Sussex University in Car Park C, which can also be booked via seagullstickets.com.
Supporters travelling by rail are advised to check train times with Southern Rail or National Rail Enquiries.
Please note that wherever possible, all fans are advised to get to the stadium as early as possible regardless of how they are travelling.
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