Brighton & Hove Albion

An overview...

We started working with Brighton and Hove Albion at the start of the 2009/10 season. Our initial brief was to take on the design of their matchday programmes, this being a couple of seasons prior to the club moving into the Amex Stadium.

Promotions and the stadium move have followed, leading to the club’s rise to the Premier League and European football. As the seasons progressed we took on more responsibility, to where we are now – managing the full production. Taking care of print management, delivery, contributors and proof readers, all alongside our proven design provision.

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A 15 year relationship in football is rare and speaks volumes. We have total confidence in Alchemy to faultlessly manage the design and production of the programme – taking pressure off of the club – and provide a finished article that we are always proud of.
Paul Camillin
Head of Media

What did we do...

For the past 15 seasons we have delivered consistent, award-winning design, all while aligned to the club’s brand requirements. Alongside this we have brought in-house project management of the entire matchday programme, including the Albion Women’s team. Working with trusted printers, contributors and proof readers, we take care of everything so the club has a product they can be proud of, delivered where and when they need it.

We don’t handle any commercial or matchday sales activity, allowing the club to have control over this, we’re here to make sure a smooth and easy process from start to finish, no limits on quantities, edition size or spec. We believe in a fully flexible product offer.

The results...

We believe the length of our working relationship speaks for itself, 15 seasons and still going strong, including the latest Europa League campaign. We have consistently produced a quality product that both the club and ourselves are proud of, on time and to a budget that delivers a profit every season.

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