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FOREST BEAMBACK CONFIRMED

24 February 2017

The match will be aired in the lounges and on the concourses.


Brighton & Hove Albion is pleased to announce that subject to demand, we will be screening a beamback of the Nottingham Forest match on Saturday 4th March.               

The match, which kicks off at 3pm, will be broadcast live in the Heineken, Mayo Wynne Baxter and Overline lounges, along with the West Stand Lower concourse.

Coverage of the match will be a one-camera feed (with no replays), and commentary, subject to technical availability.                                   

Space for the event in all venues is limited and seating is available on a first-come first-served basis, so fans are advised to book early.

Fans are also welcome to stay at the stadium and watch live coverage of Huddersfield Town v Newcastle United, which kicks-off at 5.30pm the same day. 
                         
Tickets to watch in the lounges are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for under-18s. This includes a pie and a pint for adults, with children’s tickets including a pie and a soft drink.

Tickets to watch in the West Stand Lower concourse are just £2 for adults and £1 for under-18s, but are entry only.
 
Please note that tickets are only available to purchase online at seagullstickets.com, with no sales via the Albion booking line or in person at the ticket office.

Season-ticket holders can purchase up to two tickets each from 4pm today online, while Seagulls Priority members can secure their places at 9am on Monday 27th February.

Any remaining tickets will go on general sale on Tuesday 28th February, also at 9am.              
 
Doors to the stadium will open at 2pm and last orders in both venues will be at 7.15pm. Please note, viewing in the West Stand concourse will be standing only. 
 
Onsite parking is available, which can be booked in advance at seagullstickets.com for just £5. In addition, free parking will be available in Car Park B (Bridge Car Park).                        
 
Under no circumstances should fans parking in Falmer village, as this is strictly prohibited.
 
The club would like to extend its thanks to The FA, Nottingham Forest and the EFL for their assistance in facilitating the beamback.

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