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At Albion in the Community we encourage people to get active, working hard to remove barriers and support people in making healthy lifestyle changes. We wanted that encouragement to extend to our fundraisers as well, so this season we’re asking people to help us help others by getting active and raising money for Albion in the Community!

So pick a challenge, dust off your bike or lace up those running shoes and Get Active for AITC!

VIRTUAL CHALLENGES

Connect your Strava, Runkeeper or Fitbit apps to your challenge and unlock the power of being sponsored per mile!

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Cycle the equivalent distance of visiting every single Premier League ground which Brighton & Hove Albion will play at during the 2018/19 season.

You don’t have to do all 1,009 miles miles in one go – just make sure you clock-up the total miles by the time the Seagulls kick-off in their last game of the season.

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Cycle the distance between the American Express Community Stadium and the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

You don’t have to do all 349 miles miles in one go – just make sure you clock-up the total miles by the time the Seagulls kick-off in their last game of the season.

 

Palace and Back Get Active

Run, walk or cycle the distance of a return trip between the American Express Community Stadium and Selhurst Park.

You don’t have to do all 96 miles miles in one go – you've got until the 6th April, 2019 to get those miles in!

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Run, walk or cycle the distance between the American Express Community Stadium and the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre.

You don’t have to do all 27 miles miles in one go – you've got until the 6th April, 2019 to get those miles in!

CHALLENGE EVENTS

MILES
of 10,000
We've raised
£ of 10,000
of our £100,000 target

COMING SOON

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Albion in the Community is the official charity of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club.

We work with more than 40,000 people each year, running 60 different projects across Sussex. One of our goals is to get people active and our work removes some of the barriers which prevent people from taking part in regular physical activity.

For example, we run 30 football sessions for people with a disability, deliver 38 free weekly football sessions for young people living in areas of deprivation, and provide free support to people who want to stay active throughout or following treatment for cancer.

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