Celebrating Brighton & Hove Albion’s historic journey into Europe

Graham Robson August 31, 2023

To celebrate Brighton & Hove Albion’s promotion to the UEFA Europa League, blue and white bunting and lamp post banners will soon adorn the city streets and, on match days, iconic buildings including the historic Royal Pavilion, will take on a blue and white glow to celebrate the home team’s success.

Businesses and residents are also being encouraged to help ‘dress’ the city in a sea of blue and white to celebrate Brighton & Hove Albion’s UEFA Europa League debut.

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Business News

The beautiful game is changing

Gscene Editorial Team December 10, 2019

The beautiful game is changing

Alexander Smith talks to Gscene about how he first started watching ‘the Albion’ and praises the club’s work with the LGBT+ community.

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Community News

‘City Angels’ a Pride initiative for the city

Besi Besemar May 24, 2019

Brighton & Hove Pride announce City Angels, a new initiative to promote closer working partnerships between local retailers, restaurants, hotels other city businesses and Pride.

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General News

City supports bid to host European Women’s Football Championship

Besi Besemar August 29, 2018

Brighton & Hove City Council has joined Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. and the Sussex County Football Association to support The FA’s bid to be a host city for the UEFA European Women’s Championship in 2021.

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In The South

Proud Seagulls – A new LGBT+ supporters group

Besi Besemar September 15, 2017

A new football supporters group is in the process of starting at Brighton & Hove Albion. Proud Seagulls will join the many Premier League and Championship clubs that now have an LGBT+ supporters group. In fact Brighton & Hove Albion are one of the few clubs that do NOT have an LGBT+ supporters group.

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In The South

Brighton fans suffer homophobic abuse at Leicester City game

Besi Besemar August 22, 2017

It is four years since the Gay Football Supporters Network (GFSN) published their report on the regular homophobic abuse suffered by Brighton and Hove Albion football fans. Four years on the problem still remains. Brighton fans took to social media on Saturday to report the homophobic abuse levelled at them by a minority of Leicester supporters.

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