The Falmer Stadium

The Falmer Stadium, known for sponsorship purposes as the American Express Community Stadium and also referred to as the Amex, is located in the village of Falmer, Brighton ad Hove, East Sussex, England. The stadium was designed to allow hosting for other sports and events, has a capacity of 31,800 and was openend in 2011, 14 years after the last game of Brighton & Hove Albion played their last game at their former ground, the Goldstone Ground. From 1997 to 1999 Brighton groundshared for two seasons at Gillingham’s Priestfield Stadium, 50 miles away. After that the club returned to Brighton as tenants of Withdean Stadium, which was upgraded to Football League capacity requirements.

Location: Falmer, Brighton, East Sussex, England

Public Transport: Falmer train station

Capacity: 31,800

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Fixtures: Next Matches

The Goldstone Ground

The Goldstone Ground or The Goldstone was the home ground of Brighton & Hove Albion between 1902 and 1997. It stood on Old Shoreham Road, Hove, opposite Hove Park in a partly residential area. In 1992 David Beckham mad his professional début at this stadium, coming on as a substitute for Manchester United in a League Cup second round tie.

Location: Old Shoreham Road, Hove, England

Demolished: 1997

Capacity: 36,750

Withdean Stadium

Withdean Stadium is an athletics stadium in Withdean, a suburb of Brighton. Between 1999 and 2011 is was the home ground of Brighton & Hove Albion FC. Since the club has moved out, the temporary seating and other structures have been removed with only the original North Stand remaining, with seating for around 1,300.

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