Sussex Senior Cup Final Tue 10 May American Express Community Stadium
Brighton & Hove Albion
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  • Peupion (59')
  • Moran (64')
  • Pearce (24')
  • Colbran (82')

Opening in 2011, The American Express Community Stadium (AMEX) is located at Falmer on the outskirts of Brighton.

The first competitive game played at the stadium was the Sussex Senior Challenge Cup Final between Brighton and Eastbourne Borough in July 2011.

With a capacity of 31,800 Falmer Stadium was designed to allow for hosting other sports and events, playing host to matches during the 2015 Rugby World Cup. This summer it will one of the venues used as England hosts the 2022 UEFA Women’s European Championships.

General admission to the stadium will open at 5:45pm on Tuesday evening with both sets of fans seated in the West Stand Lower. Brighton & Hove Albion fans will occupy the areas W1F to W1I and Worthing fans S1I to W1D. Seating will be allocated in both sections.

You can find more information, with tickets still available to purchase on the Sussex FA Website.


By Road

If driving, at the end of the M23, continue onto the A23, heading towards Brighton. At the roundabout which is the junction with the A27, take the A27 towards Lewes. After around four miles you will see the stadium on your right hand side. Leave at the A27 and take the slip road sign posted Falmer (B2123).

At the top of the slip road turn right crossing back over the A27 and the entrance to the stadium is down on the right.


Parking is priced at £5 with limited spaces available to purchase in advance via the Brighton & Hove Albion ticket website.

By Train

The quickest and easiest way to get to the stadium is by train, situated right by the stadium the nearest station is Falmer, three stops from Brighton central station on the line to Lewes and Seaford.

Usually there are four trains an hour in either direction, we would advise leaving plenty of time to make the 7:15pm kick off. You can see all the latest train times and plan your journey via


Please be aware that the American Express Community Stadium is a cashless venue, so card payments only.

The Amex Stadium has been designed to meet the needs of all its visitors. There is level access into all areas of the stadium. There are lifts to all areas of the Amex including Dick’s Bar, Seven Stars Sports Bar, all lounges and conferencing facilities.

Plenty of food and drink is available throughout the ground as well as toilet facilities in all sections. The food and drink on offer includes a variety of pies including vegetarian options and every month or so a different guest pie will be available.

The Amex is one of the few grounds that serves proper Ale with Harveys being available as well as Guinness along with Lager.

Away Pubs

If you are travelling to Falmer by train, then eating and drinking in either Lewes or Brighton are probably your best options given how quick and easy the journey from both to the stadium is.

Brighton has hundreds of brilliant pubs, The Grand Central, The Railway Bell and the Queens Head are all immediately outside the station but just a two minute walk away are popular venues such as the Battle of Trafalgar, the Lord Nelson, the Albert, the Duke of Wellington and the Caxton Arms.

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