Brighton & Hove Albion fans travelling to the London Stadium for the match against West Ham United on Friday night are advised of the following important information ahead of the game.
Turnstiles will open 90 minutes prior to kick-off, and Albion fans can access the stadium via Entrance D in the South West corner.
Alcohol will be served before the match and during half-time, with draft beers available at kiosk 29 and 30.
West Ham United operate a 100% person and bag search, with stewards using pat down methods and security wands where necessary.
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Search points are positioned on the bridges on the maps listed below, with one lane on each bridge dedicated to accessibility supporters for ease of access.
Albion fans will leave the stadium via the exit gates at turnstile D and make their way down two staircases directly in front of the away section. This is shown on the map below.
A lift is situated in-between the two sets of stairs for any fans who require it. From here, fans will be able to travel to their onward destination.
Disabled fans can also take advantage of a complimentary shuttle service and can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a permit in advance.
There is a shuttle bus positioned at the away coach park (adjacent to Pudding Mill Lane station) to help Albion fans travel the short distance to the visitors entrance.
Those supporters wishing to use the shuttle service on the way back to the away coach park after the match, can pick this up from Car Park 1A, adjacent to Bridge 4.
All information on the various shuttle pick-up and drop-off points can be viewed here.
Any pre-arranged ticket collections will be available from the North Stand Collection Office, located between turnstiles J and K. All Albion fans must provide photographic identification to collect their tickets. The ticket office also has four loop systems in place for visually impaired fans.
Food and Drink
A selection of pies, including a vegetarian option will be available, while draught beer and soft drinks can also be purchased. Hot dogs, nachos and confectionary can also be purchased.
Reporting discriminatory behaviour
Any fans that witness anti-social, abusive or discriminatory behaviour should report this to the nearest steward or, alternatively, can send a text message to West Ham’s SMS reporting service on 07860 404069. All messages are treated in the strictest confidence and the service is advertised on the big screens before and during the match.
Any further information can be found online on the club’s Matchday Guide or visit @WestHamHelp for any updates leading up to the game.