Brighton CEO Paul Barber reveals the club are looking to build a stadium for their women’s team



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Brighton chief executive Paul Barber reveals the club are looking to build a stadium for the Brighton Women’s team.

The club currently compete in the Women’s Super League and the first team play at the Broadfield Stadium, home of Crawley Town F.C.

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6 thoughts on “Brighton CEO Paul Barber reveals the club are looking to build a stadium for their women’s team

  1. The things we had to go through to get the Amex. The short sighted in charge of the council have finally worked out that it’s put £600 million into the area & now want this

  2. I think they should invest the money in the main stadium… you know… the one that the actual Brighton team play in. The actual Brighton team that make the club financially sustainable, competitive, and relevant. The team that got them to the Premier League and kept the club there… winning plaudits the world over whilst doing so. Or invest it in the youth team or grassroots where so many young male players are withdrawing. Suicide and depression rates in young men are sky rocketing. Why are they pouring money into a stadium for the womens team????? Oh wait, we all know why.

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