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Brighton vs Bournemouth is guaranteed to be a great game, as both teams have a loyal and passionate fan base, who are always vocal with their support on match day. Brighton has played in the Premier League since the 2016-17 season, and Bournemouth gained promotion to the top tier in 2022. Brighton vs Bournemouth is a match you won’t want to miss, and promises a terrific atmosphere.

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Brighton & Hove Albion vs Bournemouth Tickets


AFC Bournemouth are based in King’s Park in Boscombe, a suburb of Bournemouth. Nicknamed The Cherries, Bournemouth were formed in 1899, and have a long and proud history.

Many great players have donned the red and black jersey, including Eddie Howe, Matty Holmes, Brett Pitman, and Danny Ings. Another notable player is Jamie Redknapp, and although he didn’t play for Bournemouth for long, he still made a big impact.

Dean Court

Bournemouth have played at Dean Court (currently know as Vitality Stadium) since 1910. Located in Kings Park, the stadium has a capacity of 11,364. Dean Court has also been used for music concerts, including Elton John, and in 2013 both England Ladies and Under 16 sides played games at the ground.


Brighton & Hove Albion were founded in 1901, and are based in city of Brighton and Hove. Prior to the current, continuing stint in the Premier League, the club enjoyed their greatest prominence between 1979 and 1983.

Brighton has seen some legendary players over the years, including Tommy Cook, Glenn Murray, Bobby Zamora, Kerry Mayo, Michel Kuipers, and Danny Cullip. More recently, players like Adam Lallana and Danny Welbeck have proved themselves to be brilliant assets to the team.

AMEX Stadium

Brighton play their home games at the AMEX Stadium, located in the village of Falmer in East Sussex. The club moved to the AMEX after relocating from Withdean Stadium, where they had played between 1999 and 2011.

The AMEX has a capacity of 31,800, making it the second-largest stadium in all of South East England, and the 31st-largest in the country. The AMEX has also hosted matches for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, UEFA Women's Euro 2022, and other events. The atmosphere is always brilliant at the AMEX, and the Brighton vs Bournemouth game will be no exception.