Brighton announce ticket information on Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City after Premier League suspension

Albion have announced information over tickets for postponed and upcoming games in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

Brighton and Hove Albion head coach Graham Potter
Brighton and Hove Albion head coach Graham Potter

Any supporter who has purchased a ticket for the Arsenal home match is advised that the ticket will be valid for the rescheduled match date.

This includes supporters who have purchased via the ticket exchange. Season-ticket holders who have sold their seats through the ticket exchange are advised that their season cards have been deactivated for this match and, if you wish to attend the rescheduled fixture, you will be able to purchase match tickets on ticket exchange once the new fixture date is confirmed.

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Please note ticket refund requests will not be accepted until confirmation of the revised match date. When the new date is known, details will be released to supporters along with the process for match ticket holders wishing to claim refunds. Please note refunds are not available to triple match pack purchasers or season ticket holders.

On Sale Information – Liverpool, Manchester City and Southampton

Following the postponement of all Premier League matches until 4th April, it has been decided to postpone the on-sale of upcoming Premier League home and away games including Liverpool and Manchester City at home and Southampton away until further notice.

Albion women’s matches

Those who have purchased tickets for our forthcoming Barclays FA Women’s Super League matches and the Women’s FA Cup Quarter Final at Crawley Town FC should also wait until the re-arranged fixture dates are known.

Match ticket holders who are unable to make the rearranged fixture date will have an opportunity to claim a refund. Please note that refunds are not available to season-ticket holders.