How to get to Culver Road this Sunday for Albion's final WSL 2 game of 2017.
Hope Powell's side have made a promising start to the campaign, taking three wins from their opening five games, and currently sit one point from the top of the table.
Where is it and how do I get there? It's off the high street in Lancing, and has great access via public transport. Lancing train station is about a five minute walk away. The high street and seafront is well served by Stagecoach Buses from both Brighton and Worthing.
What about driving? Parking is limited, with just a small pay-and-display car park at the ground which fills up very quickly, so fans coming are encouraged to try and use public transport where possible.
If you do have to drive, please respect the local residents and park safely and legally. There are alternate car parks (located just one minute's walk away) on North Farm Road and Queensway, as well as street parking along North Road and close by to Lancing Station or Asda. All car parks are pay-and-display (£0.50 per hour, Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm, Sat 9-12am), and have disabled bays. Parking is strictly forbidden on Culver Road itself and cars may be removed.
Can I ride my bike? You may wish to cycle, and there is a secure bicycle area where fans can safely park their bicycle.
What is the ground like? Culver Road has recently been refurbished and boasts a nice seated area. Seats are free to use, or spectators may choose to stand on the three open terraces behind the goal, and on the opposite side of the pitch.
Can I get food and drink? Yes, there is a large indoor bar area, which also has a big screen showing live matches, plus there is a hot food and drink kiosk serving burgers, hot dogs and typical football fare.
How much is it to get in?
Beneath are ticket prices for all home games at Culver Road when purchased on the day of the game:
To buy tickets for Albion’s upcoming home games in 2018 in advance - with the benefit discounted of advanced ticket pricing, visit seagullstickets.com.