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The Amex Stadium: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The Amex is the home of Brighton & Hove Albion FC. It has a capacity of 22,500 seats.


Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Friday, 01.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The stadium is located on the south coast of England, near Brighton and Hove, and has a capacity of 27,000. The Amex Stadium officially opened on July 30th 2011 with a friendly match between Brighton & Tottenham Hotspur. The stadium is located in the south coast of England near Brighton and Hove. It has a capacity of 27,000 people. Brighton had been planning to construct a new stadium as early as 1995 after former chairman Bill Archer had sold their Goldstone Ground to property developers.

When Brighton became homeless, they first ground-shared with Gillingham for two seasons, and then moved to the Withdean Stadium, an athletics stadium in Brighton that lacked the modern facilities for League football.

In 2007, Brighton had to go through various legal challenges to get planning permission for the club. Building works subsequently began in 2008, and in 2010 the club confirmed a naming rights sponsorship deal with American Express.

The American Express was designed to allow for an easy capacity increase to 30,000 seats, and already in December 2011 the club started planning for expansion.

Brighton Planning Permission was received in early 2012 and additional 5,000 seats were added before the start of the 2012-13 Season by creating a Second Tier on the East Stand and closing the corners of the South Sand. Additional 3,000 seats were added in early 2013 to bring Capacity to 30,500 Seats which was again increased to 31,800 in 2021 following some small adjustments.

How to get to The Amex

The Amex is located northeast of Brighton near the University of Sussex campus at about 4 kilometers from Brighton's main rail station, and slightly more from Brighton's seafront with its pier. Drive southwest on the B2123 until you reach the stadium. The stadium is located just south of the A27 motorway exit and drive southwest on the B2123 until you reach it.

If using public transport, The Amex can be reached by train. Falmer Railway Station lies practically adjacent to the stadium. Trains from Brighton Railway Station leave every 10 to 20 minutes for the 10-minute journey. From London, a transfer in Lewes or Brighton is required.

Alternatively, the bus 25 can be used to reach the stadium. It can be taken on Western Road in Brighton's centre. The ride from the centre to stop Falmer Station takes about 20 minutes.

Address: Village Way, Brighton, BN1 9BL

Eat, drink, and sleep near The Amex

The Amex is located outside of the city of Brighton and bordered by the University of Sussex campus, some residential housing and farmlands. There is little around in terms of eating and drinking, which is recommended to be done in pleasant Brighton. There are no hotels close to The Amex, but there are plenty of options in Brighton on the seafront. Click here for an overview of hotels in Brighton.

Brighton & Hove Albion Tickets

Tickets for Brighton matches can be bought online or at the Ticket Office at The Amex Stadium. Tickets are available at the stadium on the day of the match. Brighton often sells out, so booking in advance is recommended.

Ticket prices vary depending on the opponent. The cheapest tickets are for matches against category C teams, which cost £30.00 to £46.00. The most expensive tickets are for matches against category A teams, which start at £45.00 and go up to £65.00.

The Amex Stadium Tours

Brighton organise guided stadium tours that include access to the hospitality lounges, trophy room, directors lounge, changing rooms, press areas, and dugouts. The tours last about one hour. Tours run multiple times each week, typically on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Check the website for upcoming dates, and if you're interested in booking a tour, you can do so at the Ticket Offices at The Amex.

The tour costs £13.00.

Useful websites

The official website of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club,, provides information about the club and its players. Brighton tourist information and tourism guides, such as, are also available on this website. Bus travel information can be found at Getting to and from Brighton Station is free, but be aware that there are queues after the game. Locals tend to be friendly and it's the experience that we should expect when going to away matches.

Getting there and back from Brighton Station is free though don't be in a rush after the game. The locals are generally friendly, so it's the experience we should expect from going to away matches.

The home fans were not very vocal and lacked backbone, much like their team on the pitch. Notwithstanding, it was a pleasant day in Brighton and a whole new experience compared to other games I?ve been to in the UK.

Fans at the game in Brighton today were not very enthusiastic. It was a nice day and a new experience to be in Brighton, but compared to other games I have been to in the UK, this one was lackluster.

I tried to go to the stadium on midweek but they didn't seem too regular on Saturdays. The stadium itself is fine - a reasonable atmosphere and decent facilities in the away end.

Despite the queues and long wait times, coming back to Falmer station was even worse. The queues stretched far in both directions and trains were running at intervals of 15 minutes. This was midweek, so maybe things would be more regular on a Saturday afternoon. The stadium itself is fine - there is an adequate atmosphere and decent facilities in the away end.

Donald wrote: 23 May 2016 at around 8:13pm - Fantastic experience! Our party of four thoroughly enjoyed our tour, the guide was excellent, the stadium was a great design and all the facilities were first class.

We had a fantastic experience on our tour with the guide being excellent. The stadium was a great design and all the facilities were first class.

Robert wrote: 10 April 2015 at 4:02 pm Re Jeremy 14/06/14 ?exit strategy? That's pretty much what it's like for every home game.

Re Jeremy 14/06/14 ?exit strategy?

That?s pretty-much what its like for every home game

Thank you Brighton Football Club and staff for a memorable afternoon. Although 3 points would have been a bonus, I enjoyed it all and thank you for the nice padded seating.

Thank you Brighton Football Club and staff for a memorable afternoon. I would have liked to see us win, but 3 points would have been a bonus.

There was no signage indicating where to return to the car park, and then ensuing chaos ensued. People waited in their cars for over an hour to exit the stadium due to a traffic jam. Who allowed a stadium to be built without also creating the infrastructure to move the crowds? And who planned a concert without checking on this poor infrastructure? Thankfully, the weather was gracious.

There was no signage directing people to the car park, and as a result, there was a long wait to exit the stadium due to a jam. The stadium was built without proper infrastructure to move the crowds, and organizers were not aware of this issue. This event would have been much more difficult to organize if it weren?t for the good weather.

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