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Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion Tickets

Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion Tickets

Brighton vs Liverpool will be an interesting match up, as both teams have a long and illustrious history. Brighton was formed in 1901, and Liverpool were founded in 1892. Brighton gained promotion to the top flight in the 2016-17 season, and Liverpool are one of only six clubs that have never been relegated from the Premier League. Brighton vs Liverpool is sure to be filled with an electric atmosphere, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base in the UK and abroad.

As two clubs in the top flight, Brighton vs Liverpool tickets can be difficult to obtain. However, you can find them here at Ticket Compare. Find cheap Brighton vs Liverpool tickets using the comparison table below.

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Brighton & Hove Albion 

Nicknamed The Seagulls, Brighton have a unique style of play, making them a great team to watch. The club has produced many iconic players over the years, who are seen as heroes to the Albion fans. 
Brighton legends include the likes of Michel Kuipers, Danny Cullip, Ernie Wilson, Peter Ward, and Tommy Cook.

AMEX Stadium

Brighton play their home games at the AMEX Stadium (also called Falmer Stadium), located in East Sussex. The club moved to the AMEX after relocating from their previous ground of Withdean Stadium in 2011. 
The AMEX was designed to allow hosting for other sports and events. It has been the venue for matches for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, as well as the UEFA Women's Euros in 2022.

Liverpool 

Liverpool is one of the most successful clubs in the country, boasting a range of trophies including nineteen League titles, eight FA Cups, nine League Cups, and three UEFA Cups - to name a few. 
Many iconic players have donned the Liverpool jersey, including Steven Gerrard, Robbie Fowler, and Jamie Carragher. Liverpool’s top goalscorer is Ian Rush, who played for The Reds between 1988 and 1996. 

Anfield Stadium 

Liverpool has played at Anfield Stadium since their formation. W
ith a capacity of 53,394, it is the seventh-largest football stadium in England, and this is set to increase in the near future. Tickets to see Brighton vs Liverpool at Anfield can be difficult to come by.
The stadium has four stands: the Spion Kop, the Main Stand, the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand, and the Anfield Road End.
The Kop is regarded by many Liverpool fans as not only having the best atmosphere inside the stadium, but also one of the best views of the action on the pitch.

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