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12 April 2017

The final league game of the season will be broadcast at the stadium.

Brighton & Hove Albion supporters will be able to watch a screening of the Aston Villa match at the Amex on Sunday 7th May, kick-off 12pm.
Following the huge demand for tickets and the limited Albion allocation received for Villa Park, the game will now be broadcast live on special pitchside screens with capacity for up to 5,000 fans.
Tickets to watch the screening cost £5 for adults and £2 for under-18s, with allocated seating in the lower west.
A limited number of tickets will also be available for the Mayo Wynne Baxter lounge priced at £20, which includes a brunch buffet and a glass of bucks fizz on arrival, with allocated seats in block W1DH to watch the game on the big screens on the pitch.

Tickets for the west lower will be available as follows:

  • All season-ticket holders from 9am Thursday 13th April (max two tickets each)
  • Bronze & Young Seagulls Plus members from 9am on Tuesday 18th April (max two tickets each)
  • General sale from 9am on Wednesday 19th April (max two tickets each)

Tickets for the buffet brunch in Mayo Wynne Baxter will be available as follows:

  • 1901 Members from 9am Thursday 13th April (one ticket each)
  • All season-ticket holders from 9am Tuesday 18th April (one ticket each)

PLEASE NOTE TICKETS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE.  Bookings made where tickets are posted will incur an additional £1-per-ticket booking fee, print-at-home tickets bought online are exempt from booking fees.

Doors to the stadium will open at 10.30am and last orders will be at 3pm. A maximum of two tickets can be purchased per fan number.

Parking is available in Car Park A (Bennett's Field), which can be booked in advance at for just £5, or parking is available free of charge at the Bridge.

Please note the match may be shown from a single camera without commentary, unless the game is selected for Sky Sports, in which case the Sky Sports broadcast will be screened.

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