Brighton & Hove Albion are a Championship club who were promoted from League One in the 2010-11 season. Nicknamed the 'Seagulls', Brighton play in blue and white stripes which first featured in the early 20th century. Brighton wear home shirts manufactured by Errea and sponsored by Brighton and Hove Jobs.com. The clubs away shirts are highlighted green and black stripes whilst the goalkeeper kit is gold with blue trim.
Brighton play their home games in blue and white striped shirts with white shorts and socks, the away strip is white shirts with blue shorts and socks. Brighton's blue and white shirt has been pulled on by a few notable names from the game two of whom are: Alan Curbishley who played for the club from 1987 to 1990 as he was coming to the end of his playing career and Mark Lawrenson the well known BBC TV pundit who played for the club before becoming a household name at Liverpool.
The Championship club of Brighton and Hove Albion unveil their trademark blue and white striped home shirt for 2016/17. With the South Coast club's modern away shirt of black and volt being released in recent weeks, Brighton and Hove Albion have now followed-up with an unmistakable look of blue a [...]
South Coast club Brighton & Hove Albion unveil their stealth-like Nike away shirt for 2016/17. After another cruel season of finishing within the play-off places however being defeated in the semi-final for the third time in four seasons, this time by Sheffield Wednesday, Brighton & Hove Albion h [...]
Championship outfit Brighton & Hove Albion have officially launched their new away and third kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
Championship side Brighton & Hove Albion have officially launched their new home, away, third and goalkeepers kits for next season. Having signed a new kit deal with Nike earlier in the year, the new home shirt features the clubs traditional white and blue striped design with a simple white round [...]
Brighton & Hove Albion, the Seagulls as they are nicknamed were formed in 1901 and are an English football team from Brighton & Hove in East Sussex. Brighton play their home games in the 8,850 capacity Withdean Stadium in East Sussex. They have plans to move to a new stadium in Falmer but although they have a high level of local support the project is still fraught with planning problems.
Brighton and Hove Albion came to prominence in the late 2000s as they reached the Championship after almost succumbing to the double threat of losing their Football League status and going out of business completely.