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I love these , hard to attend away games I thrive on them and try even harder to be there . Feel my team need me more than the easy to attend games

like Florest away on a Saturday at 3 pm.  Cant wait for Tuesday  WAWAW

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Too far for me, almost like going to another country and it's all uphill on the way home.

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Too far for me, almost like going to another country and it's all uphill on the way home.

 

Oh dear I forgot about that uphill bit !!!

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Flying over from Jersey for the game - where are people meeting for pre match beer?

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Cheers Sam, I'll keep an eye out.

You can purchase tickets for the away end from their ticket office tomorrow. There will be a £1.50 admin charge though.

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Flying over from Jersey for the game - where are people meeting for pre match beer?

There is not much in the immediate vicinity around the stadium. There is one pub called the Swan Inn located on Middle Street in Falmer, which is about 15 minute walk away, but for most fixtures this is for home fans only. Alcohol is served within the ground in the form of Kronenburg (£4), Strongbow (£4), Harveys real ale (£3.90), Fosters (£3.90), White, Red or Rose wine (£4). Harveys have also produced a special 'Albion' bottles beer which is only available at the stadium or from the Harveys shop in Lewes. 5p from every bottle sold will be donated to the Macmillan Cancer Support charity.

Outside Brighton Mainline Station there are a number of excellent pubs'. Phil Kramer recommends the Evening Star, on Surrey Street. It is away fan friendly and only two a minute walk away from the station. It is in the CAMRA good beer guide and serves real Sussex ale and cider'.

If arriving at the Mill Road Park & Ride then a little further on down London Road (A23) on the left is the Black Lion pub which is a Harvester outlet.

Owen Wilkinson informs me; 'After the game the bars at the ground remain open. The North Stand stays open to 8pm on a Saturday. So if you want to avoid the queues at the railway station then stay at the ground for a beer and watch the late kick off game on the television screens. They also display the departing train times on screen too, so you know when to leave'.

John Ellis a visiting Leicester City fan tells me; 'We were directed to the Downs Hotel in Woodingdean, on the Falmer Road (B2123) at the Warren Road junction. The Hotel has a bar and is about two miles away. They offer free parking at the hotel and they do a shuttle run (two minibuses) every 15 minutes between 1.30pm and 2.30pm, the cost is £4 return for adults and £2 for children. We used this with no problems at all and returned after the game by Hotel minibus at 5.15pm'.

Keith Matthews a visiting West Ham United fan adds; 'We walked up to The Swan from the ground which was a good 15 minute walk from the stadium. However they had security on the door and you had to show home section match tickets to gain access. We were also denied access from the Hikers Rest in Coldean (home supporters only again and had to show match tickets). We entered the ground and must admit service at the bars within the stadium was very good'.

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Sam, you're a gentleman. Just finished a mental day and hadn't looked at it yet. That's 2 more in the away end then.

Nice one mate.

Hope it's a good night for us all.

Enjoy :-)

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Anybody know if you can still use match tickets on local trains ? Parking up at Lewes station then getting train to Falmer.

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yes I'm going could hardly have a go at our following if I wasn't

Fair enough, enjoy

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Anybody know if you can still use match tickets on local trains ? Parking up at Lewes station then getting train to Falmer.

 

it says subsidised travel included , on the match ticket . £4 levy for adults £2  concessions 

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Fair enough, enjoy

 

Thanks I intend to,  3 points would help,  up the enjoyment level though !!!

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it says subsidised travel included , on the match ticket . £4 levy for adults £2 concessions

£4 for a 7 minutes train journey? You sure?

It says on ground guides that free travel on matchdays is if you have a match ticket.

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£4 for a 7 minutes train journey? You sure?

It says on ground guides that free travel on matchdays is if you have a match ticket.

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Just passing on what it says on my ticket i got the coach down last time so didnt need it !

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Free train travel with match ticket from Lewis. Plenty of parking at the station,easiest way to get to and from the ground, plenty of pubs for the passenger's.

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