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How to get Brighton tickets in the Premier League: Full guide on membership, prices, trains

Brighton and Hove Albion have well and truly established themselves on the Premier League landscape. Since they gained promotion to the top-flight of English football back in 2017, the Seagulls have consolidated, strengthened and soared, to the extent that they are currently experiencing their first-ever European campaign.

This relative success has been delivered thanks to a resurgent club led by owner Tony Bloom, underpinned by an excellent recruitment model and a series of good choices on and off the pitch. After losing head coach Graham Potter, Roberto De Zerbi has come in and flourished.

The American Express Stadium has been a happy place in recent times and it is easy to see why, so how can you go and be a part of the fantastic atmosphere at Brighton & Hove Albion?

Well, Football Ground Guide are here to give you everything you need to know about buying Brighton tickets. Let's dive in…

Full guide to buying Brighton tickets in the Premier League at the Amex Stadium | You could be one of these fans walking towards the ground
Photo by Icon Sport

How to get Brighton tickets

The standard way to get Brighton tickets play is via the club’s official ticket portal at

However, as with most other Premier League clubs, demand generally exceeds supply.

Do I need a membership to buy Brighton tickets?

No, you don't need a membership, but you may be struggle to find many fixtures with general sale Brighton tickets available.

To have the best chance of securing a brief, club membership will give you priority access.

If you're desperate to avoid buying a club membership, you'll likely be looking at midweek games in the Carabao Cup or FA Cup, and maybe some midweek Premier League games.

How to get club membership for Brighton

The membership tiers available for the 2023/24 season are:

MyAlbion 18+ – £36.00
MyAlbion u18 – £26.00

MyAlbion is the name of the club membership scheme which includes an exclusive membership gift pack, a priority purchase window on Brighton tickets, home and away, as well as access to club events and discounted benefits in the club superstore.

Full guide to buying Brighton tickets in the Premier League at the Amex Stadium | You could be one of these fans outside theground
Brighton and Hove Albion fans before the Premier League match at the AMEX, Brighton and Hove. Picture date: Saturday August 12, 2023. – Photo by Icon sport

How much do Brighton tickets cost?

Brighton season tickets are sold out in full, so it is only possible to obtain single-match tickets at present, even with a MyAlbion membership. 

They are sold on a game-by-game basis with a varied price structure depending on factors such as the opponent, competition and seat location. 

For Premier League games, there are four different fixture grades, with A+ ranging from £50.00 to £72.00 for adults, with cheaper concessions for seniors, students and juniors. 

This is replicated down to grade C with adult prices on a scale from £30.00 to £48.00 with a similar multi-price system in place for the Europa League. 

Cat A*: Liverpool, Manchester United

Cat A: Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Spurs

Cat B: Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, Nottingham Forest, Newcastle, West Ham

Cat C: AFC Bournemouth, Brentford, Burnley, Luton Town, Sheffield United, Wolves

The Seagulls also operate the 1901 Club which offers a quality, up-market matchday experience. 

In effect, this is a premium membership, inclusive of a season ticket, which includes ten lounges where fans can enjoy food and drink in an informal setting before stepping out into your seat to watch the game. 

This has proven to be a popular venture as a waiting list is in place due to all availability being sold out for this season.

Matchday Hospitality at the Amex Stadium

For those who want something more private and lavish for their football experience, Brighton offer a range of hospitality options, as you would expect from a Premier League club. 

There are various packages and formats available, all of which require the club membership to book. 

From fine dining to private boxes for corporate use to a more relaxed informal style, you will find the style that meets your needs. 

The hospitality offerings at Brighton and Hove Albion include:

Goldstone Restaurant – A three-course meal restaurant course presided over by ex-manager Bob Booker, followed by a prime East Stand seat.

Legends Box – A 12-person private box on the halfway line, complete with rich four-course dining and a personal host amid the growing atmosphere.

HB’s- A vibrant level-one restaurant within the West Stand, offering a three-course menu and host for insight and pre-kick-off entertainment.

Bruno’s – Named for the legendary former captain who sealed Premier League status, offering a three-course experience within the 1901 Lounge.

Heineken Experience – Informal booth seating with self-serve Heineken and unlimited pub grub fare, perfect for casual groups.

Mullery’s – Casual small plate dining with piglet pies and speciality cocktails, located in the heart of the West Stand.

Bruno has a hospitality suite at the Brighton stadium named after him
Former-captain Bruno has an area in the hospitality suite named after him at the Amex | Photo: PA Images/Icon Sport

How to get to the Amex Stadium at Brighton

The best way to get to the Amex Stadium is by using public transport. 

The ground is served by Falmer station which is just a very short walk from the north concourse of the Amex Stadium. 

Southern Rail operates the line, with the journey to Falmer taking approximately nine minutes from Brighton mainline station. On a matchday, a regular service leaves every 10 minutes.

There is also a subsidised travel zone that is deployed in the vicinity of Brighton on a matchday, from Worthing in the west to Hampden Park and Eastbourne to the east. You can park at many of the stations within this area then jump on the train to the stadium. 

Your travel will be free as your match ticket price includes the subsidised amount.

To reach Brighton from London, it takes around 60 to 80 minutes, depending on the exact train service for the 47-mile journey.

From the capital, you can reach Sussex by boarding a train from the likes of Victoria and London Bridge stations.

Park and ride facilities are also in use at three sites around the city. These can be found at Mill Road, University of Brighton and Brighton Racecourse. 

All sites are served by at least one wheelchair-accessible bus.

Graeme Hanna

A long-term Rangers season-ticket holder and switched-on football writer with a passion for fan culture, Graeme Hanna is a freelance writer who has featured in titles such as The Rangers Review, Glasgow Evening News and Give Me Sport, as well as having a long association with Follow Follow fanzine. He joined Football Ground Guide in September 2023 and stated that Juan Roman Riquelme is the best opposition player that he has seen at Ibrox. Graeme experienced a 36 hour supporters bus journey from Glasgow to Florence for the 2008 UEFA Cup semi-final and has attended games in several European counties with a particular interest in German fan culture.

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