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Goldstone Ground
Brighton & Hove Albion

Apparently the Goldstone Ground was named after an ancient Druid Stone
that was found nearby and later displayed in the adjacent park.

Ticket Office Entrance

West Stand
This Stand was built in 1957.

External View

West Stand External View

Internal View

West Stand Goldstone Ground

West Stand (taken from the North Terrace)

West Stand,
                      Goldstone Ground, Brighton

North Terrace

External View

External

Internal View (taken from the East Terrace)

North Terrace Goldstone Ground

South Stand

South Stand Goldstone Ground

East Terrace

East Terrace Goldstone
                    Ground

Looking towards the North End of the East Terrace

A Closer Look At The East Terrace

Looking towards the South End of the East Terrace

East Terrace, Goldstone Ground, Brighton

After The Final Match....
Played against Doncaster Rovers on 26/4/97 (score 1-0)

After the final match at the Goldstone
                          Ground, Brighton

Record Attendance: 36,747 v Fulham 1958
Ground Opened in 1902 - the ground was closed in 1997.

Special thanks to Han van Eijden and David Forsyth for providing photos for this page. Han took his photos in 1997, whilst David took his in 1989.

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