Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.

 
Full name Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club
Nickname(s) The Seagulls, Albion
Founded 24 June 1901; 118 years ago
Ground Amex Stadium
Capacity 35,750[1]
Chairman Tony Bloom
Manager Graham Potter
League Premier League
2018–19 Premier League, 17th of 20
Website Club website

Honours

  • Football League Second Division/EFL Championship (Tier 2) runners up: 1978–79, 2016–17
  • Football League Third Division South/Football League Second Division/Football League One (Tier 3) champions: 1957–58, 2001–02, 2010–11
  • Football League Fourth Division/Football League Third Division (Tier 4) champions: 1964–65, 2000–01
  • Southern Football League champions: 1909–10
  • FA Cup runners-up: 1983
  • FA Charity Shield winners: 1910
  • Sussex Senior Challenge Cup Winners (14): 1942–43, 1987–88, 1991–92, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1999–00, 2003–04, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2012–13, 2016–17, 2017–18
  • The Sussex Royal Ulster Rifles Charity Cup winners: 1959–60, 1960–61
  1. shared with Chichester City in 1960–61

Current squad

ManagerGraham Potter
GoalkeeperDefenderMidfielderForward
Mathew Ryan Gaëtan Bong Dale Stephens Neal Maupay
Jason Steele Shane Duffy Yves Bissouma Glenn Murray
David Button Lewis Dunk Leandro Trossard Steven Alzate
Leon Balogun
Wigan (January 2020)
Pascal Groß Aaron Connolly
Adam Webster Alireza Jahanbakhsh Florin Andone
G.Saray (September 2019)
Ezequiel Schelotto Aaron Mooy Alexis Mac Allister
Boca Juniors (January 2020)
Martín Montoya José Izquierdo
Bernardo Solly March
Dan Burn Davy Pröpper
Tarig Lamptey
Chelsea U23 (January 2020)
Tudor Băluță
ADO Den Haag (January 2020)

Topscorers 2019/2020

PlayersPLEFLFA
Leandro Trossard5
Neal Maupay9
Florin Andone
G.Saray (September 2019)
1
Aaron Connoly21
Hayden Roberts 1
Glenn Murray11
Adam Webster2
Pascal Gross 2
Shane Duffy 1
Lewis Dunk3
Davy Propper 1
Alireza Jahanbakhsh 2
Aaron Mooy 2
Own Goals3