Saturday, 11 January 2014

Brighton home & away 2013-14 Season

Pictures from the 2013-14 season.  Don't forget to click on the pictures to see them full size. Enjoy

England v Republic Ireland 29.5.2013

A v Whitehawk Pre-Season Friendly


H v Norwich Pre-season Friendly 30.7.2013
H v Newport Capital one Cup 6.8.2013
A v Leeds 3.8.2013
England v Scotland 14.8.2013
A v Birmingham 17.8.2013


Ukraine v England 10.9.13
Peacehaven v Lewes 14.9.13

A v Reading 15.9.2013


A v QPR 18.9.2013


A v Ipswich 28.9.2013
England v Montenegro 11.10.2013

Oxford v Northampton 12.10.13

Barnet v Wrexham 13.10.13

England v Poland 15.10.13

A v Yeovil 19.10.13
Newhaven Town v Lingfield 26.10.13 (4-1)
Kings Cross Station on the way to Doncaster 2.11.2013

A v Doncaster 2.11.2013

H v Blackburn and a very moving minutes silence and a tribute to Brighton fan Lance Corporal James Brynin who was killed in Afghanistan on 15.10.2013

H v Chile 15.11.2013 and yes it was very Chilly as temperatures dropped, England played like a team that had been frozen and Chile won 2-0, we left at half time!

England v Germany 19.11.2013

My Pub in Wigan!

A v Wigan 23.11.2013
A v Bournemouth 30.11.2013
Driving past Darlington on the way to Middlesbrough

Only 381 of us at Middlesbrough but we celebrated a 1-0 win with a late late winner from Mathew Upson

Lucky 2,820 turn up at Charlton on Baxing Day.  Sadly the XI Brighton players appeared over stuffed with Christmas dinner as we lost 3-2. 
Now what is this doing here I hear you ask.  Well I missed my first away game of the season, as we were beating Blackpool 1-0 we were in the Elan Valley as we drove from one of Lizs brothers to another between Christmas and New Year
A v Derby - great turn out - shame we lost 1-0!
Must be in the Potteries

Yep A v Port Vale in the FA Cup
A v Burnley

248 Loyal fans make the long long midweek trip - 6 hours to get home as the M6 was closed at Junction 14!  Home at 5.11am!  Ouchhhhhhh!
A Sunday in Watford - easily our worst away performance of the season as our run of 4 away games on the trot ends in a 0-2 defeat.  Poor, very very poor, the 2,000 away fans deserved better!
Beautiful sunrise - must mean a Monday night away trip to Hull City
486 make the long trip - possibly our worst first half all season and we are 0-2 down, we play with a bit of pride second half and pull one back, but we miss out on the 6th round - booooo
A v Bolton

The first of three consecutive midweek away Tuesday night games - not a good start lost 1-0!

Midweek away game 2 and an entertaining 3-3 draw

Another away trip, but this time a Saturday 0-0 bore draw at Barnsley

We got to Leicester for their promotion party and become massive party poopers by running out easy 4-1 winners!
A draw at Huddersfield keeps us in the play off picture!

We have a beer or two in Nottingham as we celebrate Ulloas 94th minute winner to put us in the play off semi finals v Derby County
Click HERE to see a video of the Ulloa goal and the goal celebrations!

So just one missing game - the disappointing 4-1 defeat away to Derby (after somehow losing the home leg 1-2).  To be fair to Derby they out classed us in the second leg.

Roll on Brazil then the 2014-15 Season.

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

A-Z countries visited with England

A-Z of countries visited with England. Click on the Country name for link to most recent trip report.

Albania


1)Qemal Stafa Stadium, Tirana

Austria


1)Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna

Azerbaijan


1) Shafa Stadium, Baku


2)Tofik Bakhramov Stadium, Baku

Belarus


1)Dinamo Stadium, Minsk

Belgium



1) Stade Du Pays De Charleroi, Charleroi

Brazil













1) Manaus








2) Sao Paulo








3) Belo Horizonte


Bulgaria





1)Naronda Armia, Sofia which was Renamed Stadium Balgarska Armiya



2) National Stadium, Sofia

Croatia


1) Maksimir Stadium, Zagreb

Denmark




1) Parken Stadion, Copenhagen

Estonia


1) A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn

Finland






1) Olympia Stadion, Helsinki


France



1) Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier





2) Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes


3) Parc des Princes, Paris


4) Stade Velodrome, Marseilles


5) Stadium Municipal, Toulouse


6) Stade Felix Boilaert, Lens


7) Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne


8) Stade De France, Paris

Georgia


1) Boris Paichadze National Stadium, Tblisi
(Also known as Dinamo Stadium)

Germany
















1) Olypmic Stadium, Munich


2) Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt


3) Frankenstadion, Nuremberg


4) Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart


5) Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen


6) Olympiastadion, Berlin

Greece



1) Olympic Stadium, Athens

Hungary


1) Nepstadium (now known as
the Puskás Ferenc Stadion), Budapest

Ireland



1) Lansdowne Road, Dublin

Israel


1) Ramat Gan Stadium, Tel Aviv

Italy




1) Stadio Saint Elia, Calgliari



2) Stadio Dall'Ara, Bologna








3) Stadio San Paolo, Naples


4) Stadio Ndovo Comunale, Turin


5) Olympic Stadium, Rome


Japan


1) Saitama



2) Sapporo Dome, Sapporo


3) Osaka



4) Shinzuka

Kazakhstan


1) Almaty

Liechtenstein



1) Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz

Luxembourg


1) Stade Josy Barthel

Macedonia



1)Gradski Stadium, Skopje

Malta



1) Qa`Tal Stadium, Attard

Moldova


1) Zimbru Stadium, Chişinău,


Montenegro





























Podgorica

Netherlands


1) Philips Stadium, Eindhoven



2) Stadion Galgenwaard, Utretch




3) Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam

Norway



1) Stavanger Stadion, Stavanger



2) Ulleval Stadion, Oslo

Poland



1) KKS Stadion Lech, Poznan






2) Stadion Slaski, Chorzow (Katowice)



3) Ulica Bukowa, Katowice (for U21 match)

Picture to Follow

4) Stadion Legia, Warsaw - picture to follow

Portugal




1) Estadio Algarve, Faro




2) Estadio da Luz, Lisbon

Qatar




1) Khalifa Stadium, Doha, Qatar

Russia




1) Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

Scotland




1)Hampden Park, Glasgow

Slovakia





1) Tehelné pole stadium, Bratislava

South Africa




1) Rustenburg



2) Cape Town



3) Port Elizabeth



4) Bloemfontein

Spain




1)Estadi Olimpic
(Espanyol), Barcelona




2) Estadio Ramon Sanchez-
Pizjuan, Seville

Sweden




1) Malmo Stadium, Malmo



2) Rosunda Stadium, Stockholm



3) Ullevi, Gothenburg

Switzerland




1) Wankdorf Stadium - Bern



2) Stade De Geneva - Geneva



3) St Jackob Stadium - Basel

Turkey



1)Unknow - venue for U21 game, Izmir



2) Ataturk Stadi, Izmir

Ukraine




1) Dnipro Stadium, Dnipro



2) Donets'k



3) Kiev


Wales




1) Millenium Stadium

England


Original Wembley Stadium 2000









New Wembley 2007








Other Grounds seen England play in
U21s
Goldstone Ground - Brighton & Hove Albion
Highfield Road - Coventry City
Elm Park - Reading
St Andrews - Birmingham City
Ashton Gate - Bristol City

First Team
Villa Park - Aston Villa
Anfield - Liverpool
Pride Park - Derby
White Hart Lane - Tottenham Hotspurs
St James Park - Newcastle
Old Trafford - Manchester United
St Marys - Southampton
Upton Park - West Ham United
Stadium of Light - Sunderland