Brighton and Hove Albion
Nickname: The Seagulls, Albion.
After first failing as Brighton United, then as
Brighton and Hove Rangers, a semi-professional football club called Brighton and
Hove United was formed on 24th June, 1901; to give the locals someone to support.
The club's name was changed to Brighton and Hove
Albion, before a ball was even kicked.
History of Brighton and Hove Albion.
Visiting The Amex Stadium
Located in the village of Falmer, on the northern
outskirts of Brighton, the stadium is just minutes away by rail from
Brighton and Hove Albion offer home and away fans
(with matchday ticket) free travel on buses and trains within the Free
There are three car parks available for home and
away supporters near the stadium.
From the north, the A27 to Falmer can be reached via
the A23, A24 and A26.
Hotel Prices Near Falmer Stadium.
Brighton reached the FA Cup Final in 1983, but
lost to Manchester United in the replay.
FA Charity Shield (1)
1910 - then contested between the winners of the previous season's
Football League and Southern League competitions.
Southern Football League Winners (1)
2017-2018 Fixtures and Results
Man City (H)
Brighton & Hove Albion’s Premier League debut ended in defeat at the
hands of Manchester City.
Goals from Leicester's Shinji Okazaki and Harry Maguire dealt the
Seagulls a second consecutive 0-2 defeat.
Brighton & Hove Albion's wait for a first Premier League win continues,
but they can take plenty of positives from a goalless draw against
Watford at Vicarage Road.
West Brom (H)
Brighton & Hove Albion enjoyed their first top-flight win since 1983
after a superb performance against previously undefeated West Bromwich
Albion at the Amex.
Brighton & Hove Albion succumbed to their third defeat of the season
after losing 2-1 to Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium, despite a
battling performance against their south coast rivals.
Albion make it back-to-back victories at the Amex, as Tomer Hemed’s
second-half strike ensures all three points remain on the south coast.
Arsenal (a) 01 Oct 12:00
Everton (H) 15 Oct 13:30
West Ham (a) 20 Oct 20:00
Southampton (H) 1:1
Swansea (a) 04 Nov 15:00
Stoke (H) 20 Nov 20:00
Man Utd (a) 25 Nov 15:00
Crystal Palace (H) 28 Nov 19:45
Liverpool (H) 02 Dec 15:00
Huddersfield (a) 09 Dec 15:00
Spurs (a) 13 Dec 20:00
Burnley (H) 16 Dec 15:00
Watford (H) 23 Dec 15:00
Chelsea (a) 26 Dec 15:00
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