Albion have had a great season so far, and they need your support to push for promotion!
Get tickets for Brighton and Hove Albion's upcoming Championship fixtures, just £15 with valid University ID.
Get tickets for two upcoming home matches at the AMEX Community Stadium, right on our doorstep. Albion have had a great season so far, and they need your support to push for promotion to the premiership!
The Students' Union have teamed up with the Seagulls for an exclusive ticket price of just £15, for the following two matches:
Tuesday 8th March v Sheffield Wednesday (kick off 7.45pm)
Sarah, Society and Citizenship Officer, bought a £15 ticket to see Albion's recent 2-1 victory over Huddersfield Town:
Even if you're not a huge football fan I'd really recommend going along. The atmosphere is great, the seats were brilliant and I had a really good day. I'd never been to a match before and it was such a good opportunity to make the most of having the AMEX Community Stadium so close to campus. Oh and Brighton won so that was a bonus!
Bring your friends to the official warm-up at East Slope Bar and head to the AMEX Community Stadium for the big match. Head back to East Slope after the final whistle for SKINT, (hopefully) celebrating a great result for the Seagulls.
Please be aware your Name, phone number an email address will be passed on to Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club in order for you to receive your ticket.
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