PRE-MATCH BRIEF: ALBION V LONDON BEES
Brighton & Hove Albion host London Bees on Sunday for the first FA WSL 2 game at Culver Road this year, with kick-off at 2pm.
Albion's last home game in the league came back in November 2017, when Kirsty Barton scored in a 1-0 win over Sheffield FC.
Since that game, the Seagulls have maintained their impressive start in FA WSL 2 and currently occupy fourth place in the table.
Both teams will be looking to get back to winning ways after defeats in the SSE Women's FA Cup last weekend, as Albion lost out to Manchester City and London Bees fell to defeat against Chelsea.
The Sussex County FA Headquarters ground is located at the end of Culver Road in Lancing, West Sussex.
Lancing train station is a short five-minute walk from the ground and is served by frequent rail services from Brighton, London, Worthing, Chichester, Littlehampton and most surrounding towns.
From Lancing train station, walk up North Road, taking the third turning on the left into Culver Road.We advise all attending supporters travelling by train to check Southern’s website prior to their journey.
Local supporters can travel to Culver Road on foot with well-lit footpaths upon the approach to the ground.
Lancing is served well by bus and coach routes from all surrounding towns and villages, including Brighton.
Check the Stagecoach and Compass Travel websites for more information and to plan your bus journey.
The closest bus stop to the ground is the North Road Post Office, just 50 metres from Culver Road.For more details on travel to Culver Road, click here.
Opening and closing times
Tickets are available on the gate, with adult entry at £10 and under-16/65+ tickets priced at £5.
The turnstiles at Culver Road will open at 1pm on Sunday with matchday programmes sold on the gate for just £2 each.
There is a food and drink kiosk located outside the clubhouse and a bar inside the clubhouse.
Car parks and accessibility
Due to no parking facilities being available at the stadium in Lancing, we recommend that supporters use public transport where possible, with Lancing station less than 400 metres from Culver Road.
There are local car parks that can be used at a small cost – all within a ten-minute walk of the ground. These are located on North Farm Road and Queensway.
There are parking bays available for Blue Badge holders in all car parks.The venue is fully accessible for wheelchairs, and disabled toilets are available on-site.
Other activities on the day
Our unique virtual reality experience will be on show in the clubhouse until kick-off. This is free to try for all supporters attending. Fans should also take the opportunity to have their picture taken in our matchday photobooth, which is also free of charge.
Seating and standing space
Please be aware there is very limited seating available at Culver Road and the majority of supporters will be standing. We advise all supporters to take waterproof clothing and protect themselves from the elements.