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Luton vs Brighton is set to be an interesting match up, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base who always create an electric atmosphere on match day. Luton gained promotion to the Premier League in 2023, and Brighton have played in the top tier since 2017. Luton vs Brighton is a game you won’t want to miss.

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Luton Town FC were founded in 1885, and are nicknamed the Hatters. The club was the first in southern England to turn professional, and joined the Football League before the 1897-98 season. The club has a long-standing rivalry with nearby club Watford.

Many legendary players have donned the Luton jersey including Brian Stein, Mick Harford, Harry Cornick and Pelly Ruddock.

Kenilworth Road

Luton’s home ground of Kenilworth Road is located in the Bury Park district in Bedfordshire. The ground is known for its unusual entrance to the Oak Road End, and always promises a great atmosphere for fans. Kenilworth Road has an all-seated capacity of 11,500, making it one of the smallest grounds in the Premier League.


Brighton & Hove Albion were founded in 1901 and are nicknamed the Seagulls. The club played their early professional football in the Southern League, before being chosen for the Football League in 1920.

Brighton has seen many talented players over the years, who all made a huge impact during their time at the club. This includes the likes of Glenn Murray, Bobby Zamora, Michel Kupiers and Kerry Mayo.


Brighton play their home games at the American Express Stadium (also called Falmer Stadium), which is based in East Sussex. The stadium has a capacity of 31,876 and is the second-largest stadium in all of South East England. The stadium hosted Premier League football for the first time in 2017, after Brighton's promotion.