Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club

At Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club we want to be the best both on, and off the pitch and we need the best people in order to achieve that. Brighton and Hove Albion FC is an ambitious club, with a remarkable history and a strong set of values.

About Us

Having been promoted to the Championship in 2011 and following the move into our new £100m home - The American Express Community Stadium, the club embarked on a determined path to attain Premier League status led by newly appointed Chief Executive, Paul Barber.

Having narrowly missed out on automatic promotion to the Premier League by virtue of goal difference in 2016, the club went on to attain automatic promotion a year later and subsequently attained a final position of 15th in our first season.

Our Values

The club prides itself on its Team Brighton values:

  • Treat people well
  • Exceed Expectations
  • Aim higher, never give up
  • Act with integrity
  • Make it special

The values are evident in the club's reputation for high standards of professionalism both on and off the field and in the provision of a warm and welcoming matchday experience which has been recognised by the Premier League as part of their "Visit Football" survey.

Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club was also voted the "Best Football Club to Work For" in 2016.

Albion in the Community

The club's multi-award winning community scheme - Albion in the Community, uses the power of football to positively improve the lives of people living in the local community. Part of this work includes disability football sessions and work to increase female participation in football.

Working For Us

We have temporary, permanent and flexible match day opportunities across our match day operations, commercial, corporate and football operations teams.


The club is extremely proud of its ground-breaking equality work to date and in August 2016, attained the EFL Code of Practice for inclusion which helped lay the foundations for the club to progress to the Premier League Equality Standard. Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club was the first Premier League club to feature players from all of its football teams in its official shirt launch to include the first team men, first team women, and representatives from the club’s disability teams, the first club to provide free sanitary Products for women and the first club to work with Rise, a domestic violence charity.

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