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Brighton are a Premier League team formed in 1901. The club has predominantly been a team in the top two tiers of English football, although they have largely spent their time in the second division – on the current Championship. The early professional days for the club were in the Southern League, but they enjoyed a large amount of success during the 1980s. During this period, the club were playing their football in the first division. Brighton even reached the FA Cup final in 1983 before closing against Manchester United. Even though the club went through a terrible period at the turn of the century, a vast change in ownership led to the club being restored to their former glory in the space of a few decades.
Goldstone Ground was the original and longest serving ground for the club. After having played their football at this ground for the majority of the history, Brighton decided to move to the Withdean stadium at the turn of the century. However, this only proved to be a temporary home for the seagulls, who have been playing at the former stadium since 2005. This 30,000 seater stadium provides Brighton with the facilities of a top Premier League team.
Despite a vast amount of success in the club’s history, Brighton have not been able to win the Championship or the old second division. However, they have finished as runners-up in this division. The team has picked up the Football League One title or the previously equivalents on three occasions. In terms of cup success, the 1983 FA Cup final appearance is the best achievement for Brighton. The club won the FA Charity Shield back in 1910 in the initial years of their formation. Some of the iconic players at the club happen to be Des Tennant, Bobby Zamora, and Adam El-Abd.You can also visit SportFans.Pro for more information regarding the English Premier League.