The club had its moments. It reached the Semi-Finals of the FA Cup, but failed to maintain consistency.
Major highlights from the previous season
Brighton Hove Albion Football Club defeated heavyweights Manchester United at home for the second consecutive season. The game was played in August last year and finished 3–2 in favour of the Albion. In May this year, the club’s Premier League status was confirmed after arch rivals Crystal Palace defeated Cardiff (3–2) in a closely-fought contest.
Following a string of poor results, Chris Hughton, the club’s manager, was sacked. He was ousted on May 13. Graham Potter was roped in as the club’s manager a week later.
On May 10, 2019, an announcement was made regarding the captain’s retirement. Bruno, the club’s captain, decided to hang his boots after playing for the club in more than 200 matches. In his last game, brighton went down like a house on fire against Manchester City.
A brief history
Professional football in Brighton Began after Sir Edgar Everest founded the Brighton United in 1897. John Jackson, the club’s former manager, founded the Brighton & Hove United on June 24 1901 at a pub located in Ship Street (Seven Stars), a pub in Ship Street. The newly-formed club had to change its name to Brighton & Hove Albion after objections from Hove F.C.
Brighton and Hove Albion fixtures attract a lot of fans and football enthusiasts. Brighton’s rivalry with Crystal Palace has become an integral part of the club’s folklore. Brighton and Crystal Palace had co-founded the Football League Third Division in 1920. Both of these clubs were transferred from the Southern Football League along with several other teams.
All of the Brighton Hove Albion Football Club’s home games are played at the American Express Community Stadium.
||The American Express Community Stadium|
Formerly known as
|| Falmer Stadium|
||30,468 (Brighton v Newcastle (2017))|
||The Community Stadium Limited|
- Well-trained security staff
- First-Aid facilities are available
- Defibrillators are available at various locations in and around the stadium
- All of the reception areas are accessible to the differently-abled and wheelchair users.
- Lifts are accessible
- All lifts are equipped with Braille buttons
How to get to the stadium on a matchday?
You can reach the stadium with ease. It is connected by buses that provide pick and drop facilities during match days. Buses 23, 25X, 28 connect the Falmer with stops just outside the Churchill Square and the Royal Pavillion. It is advisable to use public transport on match days. Those holding match tickets can avail a free bus service. Now, this is as good as it can possibly get.
Park your car
Drive on your way to the stadium in your car if you don’t want to travel in a crowded bus. You can take the Mill Road route. You can park your car and take the bus if you wish to avoid congestion. The queueing system makes it easier for the organisers to disperse the crowd after the match is concluded. You’ll be back in the parking area within 45 minutes.
How to get your tickets booked?
You can go on ticflip.com to get your match tickets booked. Here, you will find cheap Brighton Hove Albion tickets. Ticket prices depend on the fixture. For instance, if Brighton is playing Crystal Palace at home, then ticket prices are expected to skyrocket. The rivalry between these two clubs attracts a lot of spectators. Also, if Brighton is hosting the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool, the ticket prices are bound to surge.
Getting your tickets booked using Ticflip isn’t difficult at all. Here are the steps you need to follow in order to get your tickets booked.
- Go online and select the match you want to attend
- Select the ticket price as per your convenience
- Select the stand (seating area) you’d like to sit in during the game
- Choose the number of tickets you’d like to buy
- Click on the green 'Buy' button
- Add your personal details to complete the order
- Do not forget to crosscheck the fixtures you have selected
What are you waiting for? Get your Brighton FC tickets booked before it is too late.