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17 October 2016

All you need to know ahead of Tuesday night's game.

Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to the Amex this Tuesday, kick-off 7.45pm.

Matchday travel update

Albion fans are advised that further industrial strike action by Southern Rail is set to affect services for this Tuesday evening’s fixture.

Supporters travelling to the game are therefore advised to still seek alternative methods of transport, with the club once again arranging contingency travel plans to help fans attend the match.
Our normal park & ride operations will be operating from Mill Road, Mithras House and Brighton Racecourse. The additional park & ride site at Lewes train station will operate on a first come, first served basis. Brendon Equestrian Centre park & ride in Pyecombe still has availability, but this facility must be pre-booked at
The Sainsbury’s West Hove park & ride site is now sold out – please do not use this site if you have not pre-booked.

Details of last return time trains are detailed below, with full information on the club’s travel contingency plans detailed here.
Brendon Equestrian Centre, Pyecombe

Last return trip to the equestrian centre will leave at 10.30pm.

Book your spaces and bus seats at:
Sainsbury’s West HoveSOLD OUT

Last return trip to the Sainsbury’s will leave at 10.30pm.
Lewes Train Station Bus Stop

Last return trip to Lewes Station will leave at approximately 10.45pm.
Brighton City Centre – Marine Parade

Last return trip to the City Centre will leave at approximately 10.45pm.
Supporters are reminded that as well as these additional sites, our normal park and ride operation will be operating from Mill Road, Mithras House and Brighton Racecourse.
Our near-site car parks are also available and booking for these can be found at:
The club will endeavour to publish any updates to matchday travel at and via the club's Twitter feed.
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


Tickets are still available for this fixture from 1901 Club members are reminded that tickets can be collected from the new 1901 Club members’ office, located opposite North stand reception.

Upon arrival

Dick’s Bar and the 7 Stars Sports Bar will be open from 5pm, the 1901 Club lounges from 5.15pm, and the concourses from 6.15pm. In the fanzone the Hop Bar will be open for fans arriving early and the outside big screen will also be trialled again for this fixture opposite the entrance to Dick’s Bar.


Stadium superstore

You can now pre-order your new Albion personalised scarf, with your own name or message, in store or online ready for Christmas. Pre-order before Sunday 30th October and your scarf will be ready for collection in store from Monday 12th December.
The 7 Stars Sports Bar

Fans can book spaces in the 7 Stars Sports Bar for Tuesday’s game for just £12. The pass includes lounge access from 5pm.

A free pool and football table are both included in the lounge, with a pay bar serving a wide range of alcoholic and soft drinks, hot drinks and a kiosk-style bar menu.
The pass also includes a free matchday programme, and visitors in the lounge can take advantage of a more relaxed dress code, allowing trainers and replica shirts to be worn.
To book your place in the 7 Stars Sports Bar, please visit and login with your fan number or call 0844 327 1901 (calls cost seven pence per minute plus your network rate).

1901 Club Dress Code

Brighton & Hove Albion have made an amendment to the dress code in the 1901 Club lounges, with members and guests now permitted to wear trainers.

The amendment follows feedback from members and the evolving fashion in casual footwear during the first five-year term at the Amex. We have researched the requirements at other sporting venues across the country and have amended our dress code accordingly.

Hospitality guests dining in HB's Restaurant will still be required to wear shoes; trainers will not be permitted in dining and hospitality areas.

Members are reminded that they and their guests can wear collared shirts, including polo shirts, and smart jeans, trainers, and canvas shoes are permitted.
Please note: Replica shirts (under-16s are allowed to wear a Brighton & Hove Albion replica shirt), ripped jeans, shorts, non-collared t-shirts, and flip-flops are not permitted.

Food & Drink

In the stadium concourses, the club’s catering partner Sodexo will be running a limited time offer for the first 30 minutes of opening, with an early bird offer of any food item and an alcoholic drink for just £8, or any food item and any soft drink for just £6. Piglets Pantry’s Chicken Vindaloo pie and the new Leek, Potato & Blue Cheese pie are our guest items for this game.

Wolverhampton Wanderers edition of Seagull

In Tuesday night's issue of Seagull, we have an exclusive interview with Inigo Calderon, who tells us about his new life in Cyprus and why he hopes to return to the Albion once his playing days are over.
We also have the next in our series of free pull-out bumper first-team posters, plus a look at the goalkeepers' union with David Stockdale and Niki Maenpaa; Steve Sidwell takes us on a trip down memory lane, while Solly March talks about the future, his new contract and a return to action.

All this and much, much more can be found in Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.

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