A bumper edition of the club's matchday magazine is available to pre-order now.
Tomorrow we celebrate Albion’s promotion to the Premier League with a bumper, 134-page souvenir edition of the matchday programme.
In the final issue of the season, we have the inside track on the Seagulls’ return to the top-flight for the first time in 34 years, with interviews from a host of players including Lewis Dunk, Glenn Murray, Dale Stephens, Sam Baldock, Bruno, David Stockdale and Steve Sidwell.
Chairman Tony Bloom pens an emotive column looking back on the past 12 months, likewise manager Chris Hughton and chief executive Paul Barber, while we also speak to the big winners from the Players’ Awards Dinner on Monday night: Anthony Knockaert and Solly March.
We take an extended looking back at the key moments of such a memorable campaign, while club photographer Paul Hazlewood picks his favourite images that perfectly encapsulate the togetherness seen on and off the pitch this season.
Club legends Alan Mullery and Inigo Calderon reflect on the current side’s achievements while Simon Rusk and Ian Buckman look back at the under-23 and under-18 seasons respectively, while it’s also been a season to celebrate for AITC, the club’s charitable arm.
As many of you will know, Wednesday marked the 20th anniversary of the Goldstone Ground closing its doors for the very last time, following the 1-0 victory against Doncaster Rovers. We therefore mark the milestone with an extended 40-page look back to that emotional day in 1997 and the series of events that ultimately led to our former home’s demise, with exclusive interviews from Dick Knight, Stuart Storer and Steve Gritt, and a host of contributions from the likes of Ian Hart, Paul Samrah, Des Lynam, John Baine and Liz Costa.
If that wasn’t enough, the issue comes with a free, giant double-sided promotion poster – which will no doubt take pride of place in bedrooms, shops and workplaces throughout Sussex!
Copies of this souvenir issue will sell fast, so pre-order yours online today, or purchase a copy in and around the Amex on Saturday, priced £5.