Southern Rail have advised additional matchday rail services will be down by one third, compared with usual full matchday extra services.
Southern Rail has advised Brighton & Hove Albion this morning that they will now only be able to provide a reduced matchday service, alongside timetabled services.
We would advise supporters to seek alternative modes of transport where possible, with parking available at Car Park C (The Bridge, £15 cash) and via our three park-and-ride services, with the biggest capacity at Brighton Racecourse.
Park-and-ride is available to all ticket holders, and all parking sites open at 4.45pm this evening.
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Coach travel may also be booked via our official coach travel partner Seagull Travel, via their website, where supporters can also find details of availability.
The additional matchday train services usually provided, have been reduced by around one third - so for those with no alternative, we would ask that you allow extra time for your journey to and from the Amex, be patient and follow advice given.
We would also strongly advise to check with Southern Rail on timetabled and connecting services.
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