Brighton & Hove Albion are looking forward to welcoming Blackburn Rovers to the American Express Community Stadium this weekend.
Tickets are still available for Rovers fans, who may also pay on the day if they’re yet to get tickets for the SkyBet Championship clash.
As it is Remembrance Day on Tuesday next week, we will be remembering all fallen servicemen who have died in the line of duty - and particularly those from Sussex and Lancashire. There will be a period of silence immediately before kick-off marked by the Royal British Legion buglers, and preceded by Sami Hyypia and Gary Bowyer laying poppy wreathes.
For those who are yet to purchase a ticket, tickets for the away section can be purchased directly from Brighton & Hove Albion’s Booking Line on 0844 327 1901 (select option 2 and advise you wish to sit in the away section) from 9am until 1pm Saturday.
Tickets may also be purchased in person at the Amex from 9am on matchday up until kick-off, but supporters are advised to arrive at least one hour before kick-off if collecting or purchasing tickets.
Over 65s £23.50*
Under 18s £16.50*
Under 10s £9.50*
* prices above include the £1.50 per ticket booking fee for in person and telephone bookings.
Supporters are also advised that there is no public parking close to the Amex Stadium, however limited near site parking is available at the Bridge Car Park (postcode BN1 9PW) and costs £15 on the day.
Away fans who already have tickets are reminded that ticket include travel by bus or train within the matchday travel zone, or access to one of three park-and-ride sites in the city.
Live Sport all day long!
The away end concourse opens at 1.30pm, with live coverage of both the lunchtime and teatime matches on the screens at the Amex.
Visiting fans can enjoy a pint of our special guest ale Handsome Devil from the Daniel Thwaites Brewery – which will be served in the away end – alongside Albion’s award-winning best-in-the-Football-League Piglet’s Pantry pies - with a special barbecued pork hot pie on offer!
Former Premier League winning defender Ian Pearce will also take part in a special Q&A session on the away end concourse from 2:15pm.
Visiting supporters are also reminded that the concourses around the Amex remain open to all fans after the match, with the stadium’s north concourse open late until 8pm - for those wishing to avoid the rush away from the Amex.
If you have any questions or queries prior to your visit fans can get in contact with Brighton's dedicated Twitter account for away fans using the @BHAFCAway handle.