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28 May 2016

You can still secure your seat for a worthy cause on Monday.

Tickets are still available for this year's Robert Eaton Memorial Fund (REMF) match between Brighton & Hove Albion supporters and Crystal Palace supporters on Monday 30th May at the Amex, kick-off 6pm.

Tickets cost just £5 and under 16s will gain free entry when accompanied by an adult. These can be bought at and tickets will also be available to purchase on the day of the game from the West Stand Reception. 

This year’s match takes on added significance following the Shoreham Air Disaster in August 2015 where Jacob Schilt, who had played in three REMF games, was killed in the disaster.

The squad of 15 decided to remember Jacob by walking from the crash site at Lancing to Worthing United Football Club, with the aim of raising £500.

The Jacob Schilt Memorial Walk took place before the Hull City match on Saturday 12th September, with over 500 participants and £19,500 being raised for the charity.


The Albion squad for the match have decided to retire the number 11 jersey in honour of Jacob.

Albion CEO Paul Barber will take charge of the Albion side again this year, which includes not one but two Albion legends. Peter Ward will again line up for the Seagulls and he will be joined by Garry Nelson, who makes his first appearance at the REMF Challenge Match.

Crystal Palace’s side features a mixture of fans and ex professional footballers, with their star man being former Palace and England striker Andy Johnson, who scored 74 times for the Eagles.

As well as this, there will be an appearance from Gully’s Girls who have kindly agreed to come back for one final dance since disbanding four years ago.

If anyone wishes to sponsor a player from the squad, please visit

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