Fans are back: How to watch Brighton vs Man City at the Amex? When is it, how to get tickets, TV channel?
Brighton and Hove Albion fans will finally be able to cheer their team on in the Premier League against Manchester City later this month
Following confirmation Premier League clubs will be able to play the final two match rounds in front of fans, approximately 7,900 tickets will be made available to Albion season-ticket holders and 1901 Club members for their clash against Pep Guardiola's Champions League finalists and Premier League champions elect.
When is it?
The match will take place at the Amex Stadium on Tuesday 18 May, 7pm kick-off.
How to book tickets
The match is strictly all-ticket, there will be no ticket sales on the day and no tickets will be made available to visiting supporters.
Any league matches at the Amex Stadium which are at a reduced capacity will be allocated through a ballot system. This ballot will allocate Season Ticket Holders a random priority purchase window, detailing a date and time to go online and select seats.
Priority Group 1, Online: 9am, Thu 6 May, Phone: 10am, Thu 6 May; Priority Group 2 Online: 2pm, Thu 6 May, Phone: 3pm, Thu 6 May;
Priority Group 3 Online: 9am, Fri 7 May Phone: 10am, Fri 7 May; Priority Group 4 Online: 2pm, Fri 7 May, Phone: 3pm, Fri 7 May;
MyAlbion+ Members* Online: 9am, Sat 8 May, Phone: 10am, Sat 8 May.
For further details visit: ballotsWhy no away fans?
A Premier League statement read: “Following consultation with clubs, it was agreed matches would not be open to away supporters due to varying operational challenges across the League and the need to deliver a consistent approach, while maximising the opportunity for home-fan attendance.”
Is it on TV?
The game will be shown on BT Sport.
Travel and parking
Fans are reminded that they should travel by car if possible and avoid using public transport. There is plenty of parking available, but it must be pre-booked via the club website from 9am on Thursday 6 May. Payment on the day will not be available.
The club’s park-and-ride service will be available from Mill Road only, but must also be pre-booked.
For those unable to travel by car, trains and Brighton & Hove Buses can be used as per the club’s usual matchday travel scheme, by showing a valid match ticket.
Is food available?
A limited range of food and non-alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase from the concourse kiosks
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