Fans were delighted with the weekend's results as Albion claimed wins in the Premier League, Women's Super League, as well as Premier League 2 and Premier League South.
Albion's 5-0 win over Birmingham City in the WSL on Sunday caught the headlines, with @Jessawfc particularly impressed by Kayleigh Green's glorious goal.
While according to former Arsenal and USA striker Heather O'Reilly, Danielle Carter can't take all the praise for her outstanding goal against Birmingham City.
I taught her everything she knows— Heather O'Reilly (@HeatherOReilly) September 12, 2021
@JessicaMary89 summed up the afternoon pretty well, as Albion head into the international break top of the pile in the Women's Super League.
Great game! Top of the league! Well done, great stuff.— Jessie Mary 💙 (@jessicamary89) September 12, 2021
It was an equally important win for Albion's men's team, with chairman Tony Bloom in the away end at the Brentford Community Stadium on Saturday.
So lucky to have him we really couldn’t ask for a better guy that owns our club he’s one of us 💙🤍💙 pic.twitter.com/3ypJ6Fnzoc— Mike smith (@Mick1082) September 12, 2021
The chairman's appearance in the crowd wasn't the only thing that caught the eye as Marc Cucurella made his Albion debut, impressing a number of supporters.
Very assured performance in his debut PL game. Love him already 👍— Brightonian (@PursuitOfTrut14) September 11, 2021
And we could obviously rely on @TheBrightonBard to poetically sum-up a good day out in London, as Leandro Trossard's goal secured all three points and ending Brentford's unbeaten start to their Premier League campaign.
Too many people,— The Brighton Bard (@TheBrightonBard) September 11, 2021
Quick to moan,
“Crazy transfer policy”,
“Too many out on loan”,
Shout it proudly,
Let it be heard,
Be a little more positive,
Because we are third.
And with three wins from four league matches, some supporters have already set their sights on European football.
european plane tickets already booked— Ollie (@BhaOllie) September 11, 2021
Albion under-23s set the tone for the club with a resounding 4-1 win over Blackburn Rovers at the Amex.
@Brightonfan Kevin Ticehurst is clearly a big fan of Andrew Crofts, who took over as the permanent under-23s boss in the summer.