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Brighton & Hove Albion introduce new online ticketing facility for disabled fans

Brighton & Hove Albion have introduced a new online ticket booking facility for the club’s disabled supporters and their personal assistants.

The club, who recently were awarded the prestigious Level Playing Field Centre of Excellence award, have become one of the first EFL clubs to introduce this facility where disabled fans registered with the club can now book for home and away league and cup matches online, avoiding the need to call the club up. 

Level Playing Field advise that there should be parity between the ticketing policies and procedures on offer both to non-disabled and disabled supporters, and this move by Brighton will offer disabled fans a choice on how they wish to purchase tickets for matches. With booking tickets online being quicker and easier for supporters, this will further improve access and inclusion at the Amex Stadium.


Brighton & Hove Albion Disability Liaison Officer Elliott Batchelor said: ‘All disabled supporters who register with the club can now book home and away league and cup matches online – and book in their personal assistant’s ticket, without having to call Supporter Services – by simply logging in with their fan number to It is an excellent initiative as it removes another barrier for disabled fans looking to purchase a ticket, and will make the booking process even easier for many of our supporters.’

The club have produced an online guide to making a booking here, and you can read more about their facilities and policies in the club’s Access Statement


For more information visit Brighton & Hove Albion FC

Photo: Paul Hazelwood