The side face a difficult start to their season.
After successfully surviving the 2017/18 season, Albion will be hoping to further solidify their Premier League place.
Albion’s 2018/19 fixtures have now been revealed, leaving the side to look forward to some mouth-watering ties.
Brighton will not be eased into this Premier League season.
While their away trip at Watford will represent a realistic chance of stealing points, they are immediately faced with two daunting matches.
They will hope to nick something, even if it seems against the odds.
- Saturday 11th, 15:00pm: Watford v Brighton
- Saturday 18th, 15:00pm: Brighton v Manchester United
- Saturday 25th, 15:00: Liverpool v Brighton
By the end of September, Albion will have played all of last seasons top 4. It is arguably a positive to get these games out of the way.However, they’ll see the first two games of the month as real chances to establish a base for survival.
- Saturday 1st, 15:00: Brighton v Fulham
- Saturday 15th, 15:00: Southampton v Brighton
- Saturday 22nd, 15:00: Brighton v Tottenham
- Saturday 29th, 15:00: Manchester City v Brighton
On paper, October will be the month that Albion should pick up a decent share of points in.They will surely see this as a series of chances to make their way up the table.
- Saturday 6th, 15:00: Brighton v West Ham United
- Saturday 20th, 15:00: Newcastle United v Brighton
- Saturday 27th, 15:00: Brighton v Wolverhampton Wanderers
If Brighton hit the ground running in October, then November will give them a realistic shot at gathering further momentum.
- Saturday 3rd, 15:00: Everton v Brighton
- Saturday 10th, 15:00: Cardiff City v Brighton
- Saturday 24th, Brighton v Leicester City
This could be a make or break month in Albion’s season.While there are points to be won, they will need consistency and resilience amongst a congested month of fixtures.
- Saturday 1st, 15:00: Huddersfield Town v Brighton
- Tuesday 4th, 19:45: Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace
- Saturday 8th, 15:00: Burnley v Brighton
- Saturday 15th, 15:00: Brighton & Hove Albion v Chelsea
- Saturday 22nd, 15:00: Bournemouth v Brighton
- Wednesday 26th, 15:00: Brighton v Arsenal
- Saturday 29th, 15:00: Brighton v Everton
Brighton come roaring into the new year with a mixed bag of fixtures.They will be optimistic about making a positive start to 2019.
- Tuesday 1st, 15:00: West Ham United v Brighton
- Saturday 12th, 15:00: Brighton v Liverpool
- Saturday 19th, 15:00: Manchester United v Brighton
- Tuesday 29th, 19:45: Fulham v Brighton
February is a month filled with winnable fixtures, and could be pivotal in a survival fight.
- Saturday 2nd, 15:00: Brighton v Watford
- Saturday 9th, 15:00: Brighton v Burnley
- Saturday 23rd, 15:00: Chelsea v Brighton
- Tuesday 26th, 19:45: Leicester City v Brighton
With 3 home games, and all 4 fixtures against teams who will be expected to finish near the bottom-half, March could be critical.
- Saturday 2nd, 15:00: Brighton v Huddersfield Town
- Saturday 9th, 15:00: Crystal Palace v Brighton
- Saturday 16th, 15:00: Brighton v Cardiff City
- Saturday 30th, 15:00: Brighton v Southampton
April is crunch time in the relegation fight.Although Albion will hope not to embroiled in this, they may very well need to scrape some points here.
- Saturday 6th, 15:00: Tottenham v Brighton
- Saturday 13th, 15:00: Brighton v Bournemouth
- Saturday 20th, 15:00: Wolverhampton Wanderers v Brighton
- Saturday 27th April, 15:00: Brighton v Newcastle United
Albion will be hoping to have survival wrapped up after 36 games.If not, they leave themselves a colossal task against 2 of England’s footballing elites.
- Saturday 4th, 15:00: Arsenal v Brighton
- Sunday 12th, 15:00: Brighton v Manchester City