Club: Brighton & Hove Albion FC | Opening: 2011 | Capacity: 30,500 seats The Amex, officially called the American Express Community Stadium and also referred to as Falmer Stadium, officially opened on the 30th of July 2011 with a friendly match between Brighton and Tottenham Hotspur (2-3).Brighton had been planning the construction of a new stadium from as early as 1995 after former chairman Bill Archer had sold their Goldstone Ground to property developers.Sussex is a leading research university, as reflected in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise.

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The are neither any hotels in the close vicinity of The Amex, but there is plenty of choice in Brighton on the seafront. Tickets for Brighton matches can be bought online, by phone 44 (0) 8, or at the Ticket Office at The Amex.

Tickets are also sold at the stadium on the day of the match.

From London a transfer in Lewes or Brighton is required.

Alternatively, bus 25 can be used to reach the stadium. The ride from the centre to stop Falmer Station takes about 20 minutes.

The University attracts staff and students to its campus from over 120 different countries across the world. Our research tackles major world issues, with leading areas of expertise such as climate change and development studies.

The University has extensive links with many institutions worldwide, such as Peking University, National Taiwan University and the Harvard-Sussex programme.Address: Village Way, Brighton, BN1 9BL The Amex is located outside of the city of Brighton, bordered by the University of Sussex campus, some residential housing and farmlands.There is little around in terms of eating and drinking, which is recommended to be done in pleasant Brighton.Founded in 1961, the University recently celebrated its 50th anniversary.From its foundation, Sussex has had an international perspective to its academic activities and its outlook.When Brighton became homeless they first ground-shared with Gillingham for two seasons, and then moved to the Withdean Stadium, an athletics stadium in Brighton that, though it was upgraded, lacked the modern facilities for League football.