|| With its own generous
serving of football pitches, amateur and junior teams, and a Coca-Cola
Championship side, Brighton has a fair amount to offer footy fans.
If you want a friendly five-a-side game then check out the facilities
at Brighton and Hove City Council’s largest indoor sports centre,
the King Alfred Leisure Centre [map],
which has two multi-purpose sports halls.
The Stanley Deason Leisure Centre [map]
also has a multi-purpose sports hall along with two all-weather football
pitches suitable for 11-a-side matches.
There's also the Withdean Sports Complex [map],
a versatile arena that plays host to athletics, league football,
American football, tennis, squash, and dancing. As well as the Moulsecoomb
Community Leisure Centre [map],
which offers indoor football facilities and the Withdean
Sports Complex [map]
that plays host to league football.
The city’s main football team is Brighton
Hove Albion FC, which has had a rather illustrious past and is
certainly a team worth watching if you enjoy edge-of-your-seat, nail-biting
action. For more information on the club’s history, honours
and current form take a look at the Brighton
Hove Albion FC feature.
To show your support for the Seagulls or to get the latest training
gear, head to one of the many sports centres in the city centre, including
JD Sports and JJB Sports, which sell a wide selection of
football clothing and accessories.