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The American Express Community Stadium is the brand new home of Brighton and Hove Albion FC. With Tickets available for every home match why not come along and experience the unrivaled atmosphere of watching the Seagulls play in front of a 32,000...more
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So I went to watch Harry Kane play football bcos hes fit! and then I went to use the restroom and this lady was looking through the gap in the door and I went 'RAHHHHH get out freak' and the burst open the door and...More
I have now been to the Amex Stadium at least 20 times, starting with all of the Rugby Matches, played there, during the Rugby World Cup in 2016. It really doesn't matter where you sit because you will always have a good view of the...More
Go here as a supporter anyway but was invited by a friend to join him in one of the corporate boxes. Match started at 5.30 so we got there for three ! Three course meal and drinks and very well looked after by our waitress/host....More
Went to the FA Cup game between Brighton and West Brom and although it was a 0-0. The atmosphere was fantastic and also the seats to view the game were great. It's a great football stadium that can fit over 26,000 and would be even...More
It was my 1st visit here supporting the mighty Hornets. Stayed in Lewes, the train was free and took 7 minutes to Falmer station. 2 minutes walk to the ground. Food and drink kiosks outside with pre-match entertainment. Well signed with friendly security and stewards....More
This as the 85th of the 92 league stadiums that I have visited, so when I say it is the best, I know what I am talking about.
Inside the stadium the padded seats were very comfortable, and being a new stadium, sight lines were...More
Attended a 2 day event in one of the function rooms. No heating on, had to ask several times and even when they turned it on, it was only warm right underneath the heating vents. If you stood anywhere else it was freezing. No heating...More
Me & my 11 year old had a great time at the Amex watching the football. We were in the 1901 club ( Harvey’s brewery lounge) which was a nice size but could do with more chairs. Good to see seagull legend Bobby Zamora in...More
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To get a train to Falmer you need to go to Brighton Station. No trains run from Preston Park to Falmer. You can catch a train from London Road Station in Springfield Road that goes directly to Falmer. As these train comes... More
To get a train to Falmer you need to go to Brighton Station. No trains run from Preston Park to Falmer. You can catch a train from London Road Station in Springfield Road that goes directly to Falmer. As these train comes from Brighton Station you would need to catch it fairly early to ensure there was room to get on.