Important information for supporters travelling to Brighton

Wolves travel to the Amex Stadium on Saturday 27th October, with over 3,000 away supporters expected to make the journey to the south coast to support Nuno Espirito Santo’s men.

But supporters travelling to the Premier League clash by train are being warned that there will be limited rail services between London and Brighton this weekend.

Trains will not be running between Three Bridges and Brighton, as well as Three Bridges to Lewes on Saturday, but Southern Rail will be running bus replacement services on both lines.

Further information on the train disruption can be found here.

The Park and Ride sites welcome visiting fans who wish to travel by car are free to supporters with a match ticket.

Those attending the match are being advised to make sure they allow enough time to compensate for the impact the rail disruptions may cause to their journeys.

Matchday information

Yates’s and Wetherspoons on West Street in the city centre will be welcoming visiting supporters prior to the game.

Visiting supporters are welcome at the Fan Zone located at the north end of the stadium where a live band will be providing pre-match entertainment (weather permitting). There are a number of outdoor bars serving hot and cold drinks and also a number of food vendors offering fish and chips and traditional football food.

Concourses open two hours prior to kick off and Middlesbrough v Derby County will be being shown on TV’s within the concourse. Kiosks will be providing a number of refreshment options including alcoholic drinks.

Detailed away supporter information for the trip to Brighton can be found here.