For our Premier League match on Sunday 19 September (2pm) we are operating our Travel Scheme, where supporters can use public transport within our Travel Zone on production of their match ticket as displayed on their mobile phone.
Please read the following information carefully.
All supporters are asked to plan their journey carefully and we would strongly advise you to arrive early and allow extra time for any pre-match checks, along with the new mobile ticketing entry procedures.
Trains: For supporters travelling by rail, Southern are running an enhanced service on the Falmer line, however the Littlehampton to Brighton line will be closed and a bus replacement service will be in operation. Please note the bus service will be extremely busy.
Fans on the west coast routes are asked to plan their journey in advance and leave additional time to ensure they arrive on time.
Southern have kindly allowed our supporters to Park and Train on the day, where our supporters can park for free at both Brighton and Lewes stations on production of their digital match tickets. Car parks will be open from 11.30am-6pm.
The free parking at both stations is limited and will be very popular, so please arrive early as availability will be on a first come basis.
Please check Southern Rail’s website prior to travelling.
Post-match: trains departing Falmer to Brighton will not be stopping at Moulescoomb or London Road.
Please ensure you wear a face covering when travelling or queuing at stations.
Seagull Travel: Are running a full range of services for this match, and to book your seat on a coach please check with their website.
Park & Ride: There will be two park and rides open, Mill Road (BN1 8ZF) and Brighton Racecourse (BN2 9XZ) and both sites open at 11am. Supporters are strongly advised to arrive early, as parking spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please wear a face covering when travelling.
Buses: Brighton & Hove Buses and Stagecoach will be operating a normal Sunday service across our Travel Zone. Please wear a face covering when travelling.
Roads: Local roads are expected to be busy with the London to Brighton cycle ride, and the Race for Life event. Coldean Lane is closed due to the cycle ride, while The Race for Life event will be ongoing at Stanmer Park, plus the University of Sussex are having a student’s arrivals day.
If you have pre-booked parking, please allow extra time for your journey.
Parking: The University of Sussex are holding their Arrivals Day on Sunday so our parking allocation is reduced. Supporters that have parking at the University will be emailed their new parking location.
All parking at Sussex University (Car Park C) and at the Bridge (Car Park B) has now sold out.
For those who have booked or been allocated parking in Car Park C, a shuttle service to and from the Amex will be available with pick-up points at the bus stops facing car parks 4 and 5.
All vehicles accredited to park at the Car Park C, have the option of entering the university via Stanmer Park, or for this match only, via Knights Gate, Falmer.
Sussex University (Car Park C) is a short walk through the underpass to the Amex stadium.
Drop-off and pick-up point: There are no pick-up or drop-off points along Village Way or on Woollard Way (the entrance to the Bridge Car Park B). Supporters are advised to use our official drop-off and pick-up point at University of Sussex in Car Park 5, located by the Sports Hall.
This drop-off/pick-up point is a short walk through the underpass to the Amex Stadium.
There is no local street parking available as all areas close to the Amex have a residents parking scheme in operation and enforcement officers will be on patrol.
Village Way will be extremely busy and supporters are advised to avoid this area before and after the match unless they have pre-booked parking.
Coaches: Any groups wishing to come to the match via a coach or minibus must book a parking space via email@example.com
Seasonal supporters' groups who have previously contacted us are already pre-listed.