Brentford are our visitors for a Friday night game under the floodlights at the Amex, kick-off 7.45pm.
The reverse fixture at Griffin Park on Boxing Day finished goalless, while our visitors have had mixed results since, winning two, losing three and drawing one of their last six fixtures.
Train services between Brighton and Falmer, and from Lewes/Eastbourne to Falmer, are expected to run as usual. There is currently no scheduled maintenance work.
All park-and-ride and near-site parking sites are open as 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.
This week we welcome Whitecliff who will be joining us on the bandstand from 6.15pm, with the adjacent Hop Bar open for this fixture.
Dick’s Bar will open at 4pm and the Seven Stars from 4.30pm. Our 1901 Club lounges will open at 5.15pm and the concourses at 6.15pm.
We will continue our 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.
- ALBION ADD CZECH INTERNATIONAL FORWARD
- MIDFIELDER JOINS FULHAM ON LOAN
- ALBION SIGN UNDER-21 FORWARD
- MIDFIELDER JOINS BARNSLEY
- STRIKER HEADS OUT ON LOAN
Inside the Brentford edition of Seagull
In tomorrow night’s issue of Seagull, we catch up with new loan signing Steve Sidwell, who recalls his previous spells with Albion and Brentford and reveals the stand-out moment from his time at Withdean.
Fellow midfielder Andrew Crofts talks about his return to action after a 'nightmare' spell on the sidelines and reveals his twin targets between now and the summer.
Bobby Zamora also plans ahead for the business end of the season, while Albion women skipper Jay Blackie looks ahead to Sunday’s Women’s FA Cup third round tie at home to Oxford United.
In our ever popular Retro section, we focus on Albion comebacks, with Gordon Smith remembering his 19-minute hat-trick in a 4-4 draw at Coventry City.
Robert Codner recalls an epic League Cup encounter against the Bees and reflects on his time on the south coast, while ex-boss Jimmy Melia reveals his biggest disappointment in football.
All this and much more can be found in Friday’s issue of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium priced £3.50.
After the match
Last orders in the Seven Stars is 10.15pm; Dick’s Bar and the North concourse is 10.45pm.
Our 1901 Club members in the West Stand are advised that last orders in the Bupa, Heineken and Rivervale lounges will be at 10.45pm, whilst all other lounges will cease serving at 10.15pm.