Brighton & Hove Albion fans are asked to note the following important information ahead of the club’s final Premier League match of the season against Manchester City at the Amex on Sunday.
With extremely high demand for tickets, from both Albion and City fans, Albion season ticket holders unable to attend the game are reminded not to sell on their seats through unauthorised ticket re-sale sites or direct to other fans. Fans risk sanctions should they be found selling or passing on their tickets in these ways, which includes a ban from attending future matches at the Amex and loyalty points deductions.
Instead, Albion fans are encouraged to use the club’s official ticket exchange facility to ensure tickets are made available to Albion supporters via the club’s own database.
Those season-ticket holders whose tickets are sold on will have cash credited to their bank accounts. Click here to list your ticket and to read the full terms and conditions of reselling your ticket through the club's only official ticket resale platform.
Following the conclusion of the game on Sunday, Chris Hughton and the players will return to the pitch following the final whistle for a lap of appreciation. Albion fans are encouraged to stay behind after the match as players and staff show their thanks for the fantastic support everyone at the club has received this season.
Should Manchester City win the Premier League title, the trophy will be presented to Pep Guardiola’s side following Albion’s lap of appreciation.
Finally, all supporters are advised to stay off the pitch at the end of the match regardless of the result. Entering the field of play at any time is a criminal offence and fans will face both prosecution and further club sanctions should they enter the field of play.