Brighton and Hove Albion football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of the Withdean Stadium. Great books about current and former Brighton players and Brighton managers and the history of Brighton and Hove Albion football club.
Top recommended books include Gullhanger: Or How I Learned to Love Brighton and Hove Albion, We are Brighton: Two Great Years for Brighton and Hove Albion, Brighton and Hove Albion Miscellany plus many more in the Brighton and Hove Albion online bookshop
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Recommended Brighton and Hove Albion Books
Brighton and Hove Albion Miscellany
This book is for Albion supporters of all ages. It is a collection of interesting trivia, quirky facts and fascinating anecdotes from the long and colourful history of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club. It includes entries relating to some of the club's finest players, legendary characters, most famous victories and glory days since the conception of the Albion in 1901. There are also some tales from the Albion's darker days.
Match of My Life Brighton and Hove Albion: Sixteen Stars Relive Their Greatest Games
Written by sixteen of the club's most-famous players, Match of My Life - Brighton & Hove Albion features these stars' greatest matches for the Seagulls. Each chapter features each player's unique story behind their chosen matches and reflects upon their time with the Albion. Peter Ward, Brian Horton and Steve Foster look back to games from the club's golden era of the late 1970s and early 1980s
A Few Good Men: Brighton and Hove Albion Dream Team
Few English football clubs can boast such a varied history as Brighton & Hove Albion. From FA Cup Finalists in 1983 to being within half an hour of crashing out of the Football League altogether in 1997, their supporters have experienced enough highs and lows to fill a Hollywood screenplay - including the explosive sale of the Goldstone Ground for retail development before a replacement had been found.
The Goldstone Ground (or The Goldstone) was the home ground of Brighton and Hove Albion between 1902 and 1997. After the sale of the ground to private developers, the area was changed to a row of warehouse style retail shops, along with a "drive-thru" Burger King outlet.