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BRIGHTON TRAVEL GUIDE

2 October 2012

A taste of Suffolk on the South Coast tonight!

 

Founded: 1901

Nickname: Seagulls
Manager: Gus Poyet 
Ground name: The Amex Stadium              
Capacity: 22, 374
Colours: Blue and White


Directions: Follow the A12, then pick up the M25 towards the Dartford Crossing. Stay on the M25 until junction 7 then keep left to join the M23. Continue forward at junction 11 onto the A23. At Mill Roundabout, branch left then merge onto the A27. Stay on the A27 and you can follow signs to the stadium and Park and Ride from there.


A message from our colleagues at Brighton & Hove Albion FC.


Brighton & Hove Albion look forward to welcoming Ipswich Town and their supporters to the Amex tonight.

 

The match kicks off at 7.45pm. Turnstiles into the away end will be open from 5.45pm and we will be serving local guest ale Southwold Adnams in the away concourse.

 

We will also have our usual range of food and beverages, including our famous award-winning Piglet’s Pantry pies.

 

Our full travel service (full details here) is in operation for the match, with the trains, buses and park-and-ride included in the match-ticket package.

 

For those travelling by train, you only need to buy a ticket to and from Haywards Heath (your match ticket will cover the other part of your journey).

 

Meanwhile park-and-ride customers who will be arriving after 6pm, we strongly advise you to use the Mithras House site, or better still the Brighton Racecourse site (postcode BN2 9XZ), where we have excellent capacity and swift service.

 

There is also car parking available just a few minutes' walk from the Amex. Parking is available for £13 – and we can accept late bookings with vouchers sent by email. To book please call Brighton’s Customer Services team on 0845 873 0251.

 


 


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