Who has scored the most goals for Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex? Here's the full list from one goal up!
From Chris O'Grady to Glenn Murray and Gary Gardner to Vicente, several players have found the back of the net at the Amex for Brighton.
By Steve Bailey
Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 8:15 pm
Updated Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 10:34 pm
Will Buckley celebrates scoring for Brighton at the Amex.
From one goal up, here's the full list of every player who has scored at the American Express Community Stadium for the Seagulls.
Florin Andone's one and only home goal so far was a stunning individual effort against Crystal Palace in December. Also on one Amex goal are Dean Hammond and Will Hoskins.
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Former England international Darren Bent scored one home goal in a brief loan spell in 2014, Also on one Amex goal are Chris O'Grady and Elvis Manu.
Young star James Tilley, from Billingshurst, netted the winner against Barnet in the Carabao Cup last season. Also on one are Uwe Hunemeier and Leon Balogun.
Popular winger Craig Noone got just one at the Amex, along with Keith Andrews, Craig Conway and Joe Bennett.
Jiri Skalak only scored one at the Amex but it was a 35-yard screamer. Also on one are Romain Vincelot and Stephen Dobbie.
Jose Izquierdo (pictured) scored a stunner at home to West Ham last season and is on two Amex goals, along with Gary Gardner and Connor Goldson.
Albion's inspirational captain Gordon Greer netted twice at the Amex, along with Wayne Bridge, Matthew Upson and Stephen Ward.
Shane Duffy (pictured) has scored against Manchester United and Burnley at the Amex. Ryan Harley, Matt Sparrow and Sam Vokes also struck twice.
Another Manchester United loanee, Jesse Lingard (pictured), netted three times at the Amex. Brighton midfielder Beram Kayal is also on the same total.
Manchester United loanee James Wilson (pictured), Seagulls captain Bruno, Andrea Orlandi and Andrew Crofts all netted four times at the Amex.
The Albion legend struck four times at the Amex in his one season back at the club. Sweet volleys against Bristol City and Huddersfield were both quality finishes.
Classy former Spain international lit up the Amex during his injury-hit two seasons. Scored four goals but Albion fans will also remember his mazy run and shot which crashed off the bar against Derby.
Jurgen Locadia (pictured), Jake Forster-Caskey and Joao Teixeira all struck on five occasions at the Amex.
Richard Keogh (Coventry), Mike Williamson (Newcastle) Jay Spearing (Bolton), Chris Gunter (Reading), Liam Cooper (Leeds) and Jonas Lossl (Huddersfield) have all scored own goals at the Amex.
Flying winger played several games when Albion finished runners-up in the Championship. Now with Rangers.
Tough-tackling midfielder has also chipped in with the odd goal.
Spanish Dave's most famous Amex goal was his stunning free kick in the 3-0 win against arch rivals Crystal Palace in 2013.
Albion born-and-bred centre-half has also scored some important goals at the Amex. Got the opener in Brighton's 2-1 win over Arsenal last season.
German midfielder enjoyed a stand-out debut season with the club last year when he was player of the season after scoring seven goals and providing eight assists.
'He scores with his face'. Albion legend remains popular on the south coast. Most recently played for Chennaiyin in India.
Entertaining winger was often used off the bench during his time with Albion but netted some stunning strikes. Now at Luton.
The winger will forever be in Albion folklore for his goals against Doncaster in the Seagulls' first ever game at the Amex. Now with Bolton in the Championship.
Super Sam played a big role in Albion's promotion-winning season alongside Glenn Murray. Found his chances limited in the Premier League and is now at Reading.
Hard-working striker signed for a then club record fee of 2.5m in 2011. Didn't quite work out for him on the south coast and he's now on loan at Notts County from Wycombe.
Who's that man from Argentina? Ulloa quickly became a huge favourite at the Amex in his 18 months with the club from 2013 to 2014. Came back briefly on loan last season and netted in the FA Cup win at home to Coventry.
Fans' favourite was a star in Brighton's promotion-winning campaign. Has since scored four Premier League goals at the Amex.
A Marmite figure with Albion fans but he knows where the back of the net is. Recently scored at the Amex for Burnley in the Clarets' 3-1 win.
The Israel international played a big part in Albion's promotion to the top flight but has found game time limited since. Now on loan at Queens Park Rangers.
The 35-year-old has notched 49 goals since returning to Albion in 2016 and now has more than 100 goals for the club in total. A goal machine and predatory inside the penalty area, Murray again leads the way this year with 12 goals.