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FSF Southern Division meeting (Sunday 18th September)

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

The next meeting of the Football Supporters’ Federation’s Southern Division will take place on Sunday 18th September (arrival 11.30am, starts 12 noon) at the Amex Stadium, Brighton and Hove Albion, BN1 9BL (Dick’s Bar, North Stand). A stadium tour will also be given to FSF members on the day.

Please register your attendance with Pam Wilkins here (registration is important so we know how many sarnies to arrange) by Sunday 11th September. Let Pam know if you have any special dietary requirements too. Non-members are welcome to attend although it is free to join the FSF and will only take a few minutes of your time: www.fsf.org.uk/join.

  • 11.30am – Gather in Dick’s Bar (reports to be handed out).
  • 12.00 noon – Lunch is served.
  • 12.30pm – Tour of the Amex Stadium.
  • 1.45pm – Main meeting starts.

Members will have the opportunity to question Brighton and Hove Albion’s Football Intelligence Officer Darren Balkham and there’ll also be post-event discussion of Fans’ Parliament 2011. The FSF officers in attendance will examine their portfolios, discuss individual club issues, and open up to questions from the floor.

Directions to the Amex Stadium

By Train – Take train to Brighton Station and then change to platforms 7 & 8 for East Coastway service ensuring train stops at Falmer (this is the station for the universities and the Amex Stadium). Alternatively take a train to Lewes and then change for a train to Brighton – again making sure that it stops at Falmer.
 
By Road – From the north take A23 south to back of Brighton and the interchange with the A27 signposted for Lewes or Worthing. Follow directions to Lewes. After approximately three miles you should be passing the stadium on your right. Take the next exit signposted for Falmer, Rottingdean & Universities. At the top of the exit turn right at the round-a-bout (towards Rottingdean) and cross the A27 to the next round-a-bout. Take second exit, sign posted Rottingdean. After 50 yards, turn right at the traffic lights (filter), into Village Way. After 50 yards, turn right into the stadium. There is usually a steward at the entrance who will guide you to the car park. Ask for Dick’s Bar. You should be directed to the car park to the North of the stadium.
 
From west take the A27 and follow signs for Lewes until you pass the stadium – then follow as above.
 
From east take the A27 and follow signs for Brighton. Approx four miles after passing Lewes is an exit signposted Falmer, Rottingdean and Universites. Take this exit. At the top turn left at round-a-bout and then right at traffic lights into Village Way; then turn right into stadium complex.

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