Fixture News

Travel information: Manchester United

Albion face United on the final day of the season.

By BHAFC • 16 May 2024

By Paul Hazlewood
The Amex Stadium.

All home and away supporters can travel for free on buses and trains within our travel zone on production of their digital matchday or season ticket this Sunday as we take on Manchester United at The Amex.

Make sure you give yourself plenty of additional time to get to and from the Amex Stadium.

Post match there will be a lap of appreciation taking place.

Please Check Southern Rail's website before travelling by rail. Certain trains departing from Falmer post-match will not stop at Moulsecoomb or London Road.

Brighton & Hove Buses and Stagecoach will be operating a normal Sunday service across our Travel Zone.

Mill Road and Brighton Racecourse park & ride sites open from 1pm, with spaces allocated on a first come, first served basis.

EDF park and ride is open from 1pm and must be pre-booked.

The last P&R bus leaves the stadium 90 minutes after the final whistle and the sites close shortly afterwards.

There is still time to book a coach seat with Seagull Travel. Groups wishing to come to the match via private minibus or coaches need to book a parking space through supporter services.

With limited spaces available in car parks B (Bridge) and C (University of Sussex), we advise you book as soon as possible via our website. All parking must be booked in advance.

Supporters booked in the University of Sussex car parks must use the Stanmer Park entrance, using the underpass to walk to The Amex. Shuttle services will be available from bus stops facing car parks 4 and 5, and at the entrance to car park 1.  

There is a drop-off and pick-up point located at the University of Sussex car park 5 by the Sports Hall, using the underpass to walk to The Amex. There are no stopping locations along Village Way or Woollards Way.

Please note: No local street parking is available for football supporters, as all areas close to The Amex have a residents parking scheme in operation, and enforcement officers will be on patrol.