We are here to assist you in your journey to the American Express Community Stadium for an event, a tour or just to visit.
Our travel recommendations include convenient and sustainable options for your method of transport, and also help ensure that events at the American Express Stadium can a minimum amount of disruption for local residents.
The ways of travelling to the stadium have been listed below. So when you find a way that is suitable to you, click and read on! For match day travel click on Match Day Travel Details.
If you are fit and healthy, why not walk to the Amex? There are several footpaths approaching the stadium from all directions making access on foot very easy. Most of Coldean, Moulsecoomb, Woodingdean and Bevendean are only ½ an hour's walk away.
Cycling is an excellent option. There are miles of cycle lanes that lead to the Amex. The stadium is equipped with ample secure cycle parking on the concourse that is protected by CCTV. Most of the city is within ½ an hour cycle from the Amex. All of which makes it really easy and safe to cycle to and from events. For further information about cycling in the area please visit www.biketrain.org
Car parking at the venue is limited and subject to changes depending on the event being staged. For details please contact the event organiser or Supporter Services on 0844 327 1901.
private coach or minibus
Organising a private coach or minibus is a great way to get here and home after your event. All you need to do is email details of passenger numbers and registration of your minibus or coach to email@example.com and we will do the rest.
Falmer Station is adjacent to the Amex Stadium concourse. There are regular services all day and late into the evening to Brighton and Lewes. For information on services and times visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Parking is available at stations across the Southern network, please check the Southern Railway website for availability and pricing for parking at the station that suits you best.
There are a wide range of bus routes that serve the Amex. A full bus schedule can be found online at www.buses.co.uk
From Brighton the 25 bus service is the best to use because you can be dropped off right outside the stadium entrance. Services 28, 29, and 49 can also be used if you don't mind a short walk. The 28 and 29 services come from Lewes and the best stop to use is Falmer Train Station, where you will only be a 5 minute walk from the stadium.
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