How to buy Brighton & Hove Albion football tickets?
We sometimes get people asking us how can I get Brighton & Hove Albion football tickets? The Premier League is by far the hardest league to get your football tickets for. When you're not a member, it's almost impossible to get tickets for Brighton matches. We've collected the best available Brighton & Hove Albion tickets for non members. Let's walk you through the steps before the tickets are yours.
- Select the match you want to attend and click 'View Tickets'.
- Select the area you would like to sit within American Express Community Stadium on the right-hand side.
- Select the number of tickets you would like to purchase.
- Click on the green 'Buy' button.
- Complete the order form using your personal details.
- Don't forget to check all your information is correct.
- Click 'Make Payment'.
- The tickets are now yours!
American Express Community Stadium
Village Way, Brighton BN1 9BL, United Kingdom
Falmer Stadium, is currently called the Amex Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is the home stadium of Brighton & Hove Albion located in Brighton. The stadium was designed to allow hosting for other sports and events. It hosted some matches from the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Best way to travel to Amex Stadium
After booking your Brighton & Hove Albion football tickets, it's time to find out how you can get to American Express Community Stadium. There are several ways how you get get to the stadium in Brighton. If you live close to the stadium the club recommends you to go by foot! Here are the best options for a matchday visit to the stadium.
For all Premier League games, Brighton & Hove Albion offer home and away fans subsidised train travel within the Travel Zone. You can use your match ticket, season ticket or proof of matchday ticket purchase to obtain subsidised travel on many services
If you feel you live just a little too far from the Amex to walk, then how about cycling? The stadium is equipped with ample covered and secure cycle parking close by, while new cycle paths to the stadium from both Lewes and Brighton make it easy for cyclists to get to and from matches.
The club offer three park and ride sites around the city: Mill Road, University of Brighton and Brighton Racecourse. All of the sites are served by at least one wheelchair accessible bus.
Roberto de Zerbi
League Position Last Year:
They currently play in the English Premier League, the first tier of the English football league system. The club enjoyed greatest prominence between 1979 and 1983 when they played in the First Division and reached the 1983 FA Cup Final, losing to Manchester United after a replay. Roberto de Zerbi took over when Graham Potter moved to Chelsea. He got Brighton playing some of the best football in the 2022-2023 season, which brought them into European football.
Brighton and Hove Albion transfers
Brighton and Hove Albion is always active on the transfer market, especially after a strong season in the Premier League they want to improve. In an attempt to keep improving and fighting against relegation they need to renew their squad. In this part we name all incoming and outgoing transfers for Brighton and Hove Albion
Main outgoing transfers
- Alexis Mac Allister to Liverpool
- Reda Khadra to Stade Reims
Main incoming transfers
- Joao Pedro from Watford
- Bart Verbruggen from Anderlecht
- Adrian Mazilu from FCV Farul
- Mahmoud Dahoud from Borussia Dortmund
- Jamer Milner from Liverpool
- Noel Atom from RB Leipzig
- Igor Julio from Fiorentina
- Jacob Slater from Preston North End
- Ansu Fati from Barcelona
Brighton & Hove Albion Honours & Trophies
Brighton & Hove Albion hasn't been a very successful club in the past, but they have got some trophies in their cabinet.
Football League Third Division South/Football League Second Division/Football League One wins:
3 latest (2010/11)
Football League Fourth Division/Football League Third Division wins:
Southern Football League wins:
Sussex Senior Challenge Cup wins:
14 (latest: 2017/18)
The Sussex Royal Ulster Rifles Charity Cup wins:
2 (latest: 1960/61)
Even though the distance between both teams is over 40 miles, Brighton's fans consider Crystal Palace as their main rivals. This match is often referred to as the A23 derby and M223 derby. These nicknames come from the A23 road and the M23 motorway between Sussex and South London. The rivalry did not seriously arise until the late 1970s, when both teams, under the guidance of ambitious young managers, rose from the Third Division to the First Division.
Frequently Asked Questions about Brighton & Hove Albion tickets
How much are Brighton and Hove Albion tickets?
Our ticket sellers set their own prices for every ticket. Ticket prices vary based on several different factors. The opponents, the day of play, the importance of the match and many other things decide the price of the Brighton tickets.
Where is Brighton football stadium?
The Amex Stadium is located in the City of Brighton and Hove, Sussex. We've listed the best ways to travel to the Brighton stadium further up on this page.