Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Manchester United to The People’s Pension Stadium on Sunday for the SSE Women’s FA Cup fourth round tie.
Here’s all you need to know ahead of the match.
If you haven’t purchased yours yet, tickets will be available to buy on the turnstiles.
Adult entry is priced at £10, under-21s/over-65s tickets at £8, under-18s at £7 and under-10s at £4.
Please note that tickets are available on a cash only basis.
If you are travelling by car, please note that there is a car park at the stadium, although spaces are extremely limited.
Therefore, we request that supporters use the William Reed car park, which is free, adjacent to The People’s Pension Stadium.
This is just a few minutes’ walk from the stadium on Brighton Road, and is signposted as you approach the stadium from the A23 just after the pedestrian crossing.
To view other travel options to the match, please see the club’s travel guide at BrightonAndHoveAlbion.com/women
The turnstiles will open at 11am on Sunday, but supporters should note that Redz Bar will be closed for this match.
Before entering the stadium find one of our members of staff to pick up your free flag, as you head through the turnstile. Don’t forget to check out Devil’s Den, where we will have a free photo booth, and other fun activities for you to enjoy.
In this issue of the matchday magazine, new signing Megan Connolly speaks about her move to Sussex and striker Ini Umotong expresses her joy in scoring her first international goal for Nigeria.
Also included is a pull-out poster, featuring a member of the Albion women’s first-team squad!
Purchase your copy from one of our programme sellers located on the outside of the stadium, priced at £2.