Brighton & Hove Albion supporters attending the Premier League match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park this Saturday, are advised of the following important ticket and travel information ahead of the match.
All Albion supporters must bring valid photo ID or their club season tickets, and ensure this matches the name on their ticket for the game, in order to gain access through the turnstiles. The away turnstiles will open two hours before kick-off at 1pm.
A number of roadworks are in place on some of the key roads surrounding Selhurst Park, and those fans planning on driving are advised to arrive early, with a number of delays possible.
Albion supporters travelling by train are being advised to head to East Croydon before changing to take a direct service to Norwood Junction, which is roughly a 15-minute walk to the ground.
A special train has been laid on by Crystal Palace for Albion supporters after the game. This leaves Norwood Junction at 5.57pm with stops at Three Bridges and Haywards Heath before going back to Brighton.
Albion supporters may be subject to a hold back, within a loose cordon outside the ground for a short period, before being escorted to the station.