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Monday, March 27, 2023

Over Land and Sea to… Brighton & Hove Albion

What to do…

Ever since King George IV fell in love with Brighton back in the 1700s, the city has been a magnet for visitors in search of fun, frolics and fresh sea air.

With its majestic Regency squares and crescents, iconic Royal Pavilion and Palace Pier, today Brighton is as well-known for being a welcoming and diverse city with a passion for culture, creativity and sustainability as it is for its historic landmarks.

Among them are the i360 observation tower, SeaLife aquarium, Museum & Art Gallery and The Lanes, which are crammed with independent shops, bars and restaurants.

Find out more at visitbrighton.com.


What’s happened there before…

We have been to the Amex Stadium six times previously, once in the EFL Championship and five times in the Premier League.

The first visit, on 24 October 2011, ended in a 1-0 victory courtesy of Kevin Nolan’s opportunistic winning goal.

Since then, however, we have yet to win at the Amex in any of our Premier League trips there, losing twice before drawing 1-1 in both 2019/20 and 2020/21 courtesy of goals from Chicharito and Saïd Benrahma respectively.

Last season’s visit was best forgotten as Michail Antonio’s first-half goal put the Hammers in front, only for three strikes after the break to deny the visitors a second consecutive sixth-place Premier League finish.


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