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Brighton and Hove Albion

Est: 1901 American Express Stadium, Falmer


Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club have worked in partnership with AccessAble, to produce detailed pan-disability guides for the American Express Community Stadium.

The accessibility information in these guide aims to assist fans with disabilities and provide an additional resource to help home and away supporters plan their visit.

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Arriving at the Amex Stadium from City Centre

The Amex Stadium is located north of Brighton and is best accessed via public transport. The train to the stadium from Brighton takes approximately nine minutes, serving regularly on matchdays, while several bus services are available.

For more information, see the public transport details below.

If driving to the stadium from the centre of Brighton, it is a short journey using the A270.

Arriving at the Amex Stadium by Public Transport

National Rail

Falmer Station [FMR]

Station Approach, off A27, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 9PU

It offers the following services:

  • Southern services to Brighton, Seaford, Ore, Eastbourne and Lewes

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

Brighton station offers the following services:

  • Gatwick Express services to London Victoria via Gatwick Airport
  • Thameslink services to Bedford and London Bridge
  • Southern services to London Victoria, West Worthing, Hove, Portsmouth Harbour, Southampton Central, Seaford, Lewes, Ore and Ashford International
  • Great Western Railway services to Bristol Temple Meads, Cardiff Central and Great Malvern


A wide range of bus routes serve the Amex. On a matchday, the cost of your bus travel to the stadium is included in your league match ticket on the following services:

  • All Brighton and Hove buses (excluding services Lewes to Ringmer, Uckfield and Royal Tunbridge Wells)
  • Stagecoach Coastline 700 and N700 services from Worthing

Free Travel

Brighton & Hove Albion offer home and away fans free travel on buses and trains within the Free Travel Zone. You can use your matchday ticket, season ticket, or proof of matchday ticket purchase to use most services between 11:30am and 9pm for a 3pm kick-off and between 4:15pm and midnight for a 7:45pm kick-off. Other kick-off times will vardy accordingly.

Arriving at the Amex Stadium by Car

Amex Stadium on Google Maps: click here

The stadium is in close proximity to the A27, which can be accessed from the west and east of the country. From the north, the A27 can be found via the A23, A24 and A26.


There are three car parks available to home and away supporters nearby 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

Park and ride

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.

All of the sites are served by at least one wheelchair-accessible bus. For more information on travel to the Amex Stadium, visit

Capacity: 31,876

Record PL attendance: 30,565 v Everton (15 Oct 2017)

Built: 2011

Pitch size: 105m x 68m

Stadium address: American Express Community Stadium, Village Way, Brighton, BN1 9BL

Phone: 01273 668855

Brighton & Hove Albion moved into their recently-built stadium in 2011, with the first match taking place on 30 July 2011 in a friendly versus Tottenham Hotspur.

Also known as The Amex Stadium, the current attendance record stands at 30,338 following their final home match of the 2016/17 Championship season.

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