On The Road: Brighton

By SFC Media time Sat 28 Oct Brighton v Saints
Photo by Getty Images | Amex Stadium

We provide travelling Saints fans with a guide to the Amex Stadium ahead of the weekend’s Premier League trip to Brighton.

Club Details

Address: American Express Community Stadium, Village Way, Brighton, BN1 9BL
Telephone: 0344 324 6282
Capacity: 30,750
Website: www.brightonandhovealbion.com 
Nickname: The Seagulls
Home kit colours: Blue and white

Away Supporters

Away fans are housed in blocks S1B to S1F of the South Stand. The teams access the pitch from the West Stand.

All 3,005 away tickets have been sold.

Getting There By Car

The stadium is in close proximity to the A27, which can be accessed from the M27, and is clearly signposted.

Car Parking

There are three car parks available to home and away supporters near the stadium. Car Park A is at the stadium and requires a pre-booking via 0844 327 1901. Cark Park B can be found using Satnav: BN2 4PN, while Car Park C is Satnav: BN1 9RB.

Brighton also operate three park and ride sites: Mill Road, University of Brighton and Brighton Racecourse. Mill Road can be found via Satnav: BN1 8ZF, University of Brighton is Satnav: BN2 4AT and Brighton Racecourse is Satnav: BN2 9XZ.

Getting There By Train

Falmer Station (FMR) is a couple of minutes' walk from the north concourse of the Amex Stadium and approximately nine minutes from Brighton mainline station, with trains serving Falmer every ten minutes on a matchday.

Coach Travel

Coaches will depart Winchester at 9am, Eastleigh at 9.15am and St Mary's Stadium at 9.30am.


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