All you need to know ahead of Saturday's match.
Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Brentford to the Amex this Saturday, kick-off 3pm.
Matchday travel update
Brighton & Hove Albion supporters are advised that there will be no parking available at the University of Sussex on Saturday for the home match with Brentford.
The university is expecting large volumes of traffic this weekend, as students return for the new term and so the club has sought alternative arrangements for this game.
Any supporters with seasonal parking packages or 1901 Club parking at Sussex University, should park at Car Park B (formerly known as the Bridge car park) for this match. For directions, please see our travel guide.
Please note there will be no cash parking available at Car Park B for this match, so fans are advised to use one of the club’s park & ride sites or to seek alternative methods of transport.
Disabled supporters who normally park at the University of Sussex, should park in the Upper Car Park at Brighton University (click here for a map). Community Buses will be in operation to transport fans to the lift at the stadium coach park.
Meanwhile, Southern have advised the club that they will operate a normal matchday rail service on Saturday, although supporters are advised to check Southern’s website for the latest updates.
All three park & ride sites will also be in operation from midday, although supporters using Brighton Racecourse are advised that access to the car park will be via the Manor Hill entrance.
The club will endeavour to publish any updates to matchday travel at seagulls.co.uk and via the club's Twitter feed.
Tickets are still available for this fixture from seagullstickets.com. 1901 Club members are reminded that tickets can be collected from the new 1901 Club members’ office, located opposite North stand reception.
Dick’s Bar and the 7 Stars will be open from noon, the 1901 Club lounges from 12.30pm and the concourses from 1.30pm. In the Fanzone, Robb Johnson will be performing on the bandstand from 1.30pm and the Hop Bar will be open for fans arriving early.
The early Premier League fixture between Manchester United and Manchester City will be on show in Dick’s Bar, the 7 Stars and 1901 Club lounges, as well as the concourses once open.
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The Volt goalkeepers’ kit is now on sale in the stadium superstore, though with limited availability in some sizes. We also have a large range of Nike training kit and the new home, away and third shirts all available to purchase before the match. The stadium superstore opens at 9am and closes at 2.45pm, opening again after the match until 6pm.
New barriers when entering the East and West lounges
New ticketing barriers have been fitted in the 1901 Club West Stand reception and 1901 Club East Stand which will be in operation for this Saturday's fixture. All members in the West and East Stands, including Gold members who previously entered through the North West and South West entrances, will now be required to enter through the main West Stand reception area.
With an additional number of ticket scanners, we hope this will improve access into 1901 Club lounges.
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 Lamb Hotpot Pie is our guest item for this game.
Brentford edition of Seagull
Brentford edition of Seagull
Be sure to pick up your bumper new-look Seagull on Saturday, as it will include the next free double-sided collectable poster.
Third in a new series, the giant poster includes both stunning portrait and action shots of a first-team player – making it the perfect addition to any bedroom wall or workplace!
Elsewhere, cover star Shane Duffy talks us through his move from Blackburn, while Uwe Huenemeier and Solly March reveal their joy at being back in the first-team squad.
Gaetan Bong talks us through his six best players while Alan Mullery reveals football’s biggest rat – who wasn’t found on the pitch either!
We catch up with BBC Sussex commentator Johnny Cantor, while David Stockdale looks forward to the season after a stop-start summer.
All this and much, much more can be found in your 84-page bulging-at-the-seams Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium priced £3.50.
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