All you need to know ahead of Monday night's game.
After three consecutive away games the Albion welcome Leeds United to the Amex this Monday evening for what is only the fifth game the club has played on 29th February.
The last time we played on this date was back in 1992, and for any fan old enough to remember, they may recall it was a significant date in the club's history: the day Brighton Independent Supporters Association (BISA) was effectively born.
A post-match gathering was the first-ever fan-led event, and it later developed into the Save the Albion, Fans United, Bring Home the Albion and Falmer For All campaigns.
It's something as a club we can all be proud, and over the weekend, and in the build up to the match, we will be asking fans to share their fan memories of these campaigns via social media. We also have some special promotions at the Amex on Monday, and feature interviews in the match programme.
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 from 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.
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.
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Fans wishing to purchase tickets on the day of the match are advised to book online in advance at www.seagullstickets.com and use the print-at-home function.
With a large number of match-ticket purchases, collections and season-ticket renewals being processed at the ticket office on matchdays we do expect to be busy.
Lump-sum payers wishing to renew their season ticket, are advised that the easiest way to do this is by renewing online. For those wishing to convert to Direct Debit or drop off their renewal paperwork, look out for members of our supporter services team at a drop-off point, be located outside the ticket office from 6pm.
Food and Drink
As mentioned above, we are rolling back the clock on the price of beer to 1992 prices for the first 15 minutes of opening. Pints of Foster's will be just £1.50.
Please note this offer is only available on the concourses and 1901 Club lounges for the first 15 minutes of opening. It is not available in Dick’s Bar or Seven Stars Sports Bar. The club would like to advise fans to please drink responsibly. Maximum of four drinks per person.
This week’s guest Piglet's Pie is spicy chilli with a hint chocolate, and moveable feast catering units will also be open in various concourses for this game.
After the match
Last orders in the Seven Stars Sports Bar 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 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.
Monday's edition of Seagull
Our popular Retro section takes a look at other Albion games held on 29th February, with the birth of BISA and that game against Southend United in 1992 featuring heavily. Stuart Munday scored a last-minute winner that afternoon, and looks back at that victory; while John Baine – aka Attila the Stockbroker – reflects on the powerful fan movement that began that day.
We also hear from Liam Rosenior who talks about his return to full fitness while Beram Kayal reveals how the club’s mantra – Together – is inspiring the squad this season. Goalscorer Jamie Murphy looks back at the stunning victory at Bristol City and we catch up with new signing Jonah Ayunga. All this and much more can be found in your 84-page edition of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.
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