The club will debate the topic of safe standing.
Brighton & Hove Albion will hold a fans' forum on the subject of safe standing later this month, with supporters being invited to receive a presentation from, and to put their views and questions, to chief executive Paul Barber.
The ticketed event will be free of charge to attend, and will take place at the Amex in the Heineken Lounge, at 7pm on Thursday 27th October. Attendance priority will be given to season-ticket holders, followed by club members.
Tickets can be booked now via the club's ticket site. Please note, spaces are subject to availability and admission will be by ticket only.
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Barber said, "This will be our first meeting at which fans will be able to put forward their views. We've purposefully limited numbers to allow an active and constructive debate on the subject.
"Subject to demand, we will look at additional events and we will also canvas the views of the wider fan base via an email survey, to give everyone an opportunity to put forward their views."
The club has begun to look at the possibility of installing limited safe standing at the Amex, following the Football Association's confirmation that it will soon commence discussions with the government about the possibility of a change in legislation.
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