Saturday’s pre-season well disposed between rivals Brighton and Chelsea will see 2,500 home fans in participation after the Legislature reported a further arrangement of test occasions for the arrival of observers to first class sport in the UK.
A match including the Seagulls but then to-be affirmed rivals at Amex Arena on Sunday (August 30) was first on a rundown of occasions distributed by the Office for Media, Culture and Game (DCMS) on Wednesday.
In any case, Brighton in this manner delivered an announcement to affirm that the game would be against Chelsea and occur on Saturday.
The club said that 2,500 tickets for the match will currently be made accessible to Brighton season-ticket holders and 1901 Club individuals, with deals to be founded on steadfastness focuses, stumbled across need windows and not accessible upon the arrival of the game.Embed from Getty Images
Notwithstanding, there will be no tickets offered to Chelsea fans, with Brighton affirming they are not permitted to concede visiting supporters.
“To conform with the government’s track-and-trace rules, booking a ticket for this match requires you to ensure your personal and contact details are all up to date, and you have provided the club with a current working mobile phone number,” Brighton’s statement added.
Additionally on the DCMS rundown of occasions that will invite observers in a restricted limit is the Ladies’ Super League (WSL) installation between West Ham and Armory, because of occur at Dagenham and Redbridge’s Chigwell Development Arena on September 12.
The other football matches included are the amicable between Lewes FC and London Honey bees on August 30 and Non-League Finals Day – highlighting the FA Jar and FA Trophy Finals – at Wembley Arena, which is booked for September 20.
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