Following events at previous Albion v Palace fixtures, the club and Sussex Police have been receiving a number of queries from supporters of both sides about their operations for the match on Sunday 17 March.
The club and Police have therefore decided to work together on a podcast, during which questions sent in by fans will be answered. The podcast will be released next week.
Albion's head of operations Richard Hebberd said, “This will be an opportunity for people to understand our plans and how they can help this event pass by with a minimum of fuss.”
Chief inspector Paul Betts said, "In the weeks leading up to the Albion and Palace match we are working alongside the club and supporter groups to ensure that everyone can enjoy this game in a safe environment. We know that fans will have questions about the plans we have in place and this is an opportunity to put these questions to us directly - these could be anything from how the police and stewards will work alongside each other on the day to the best ways to get to, and from, the stadium.
"Equally if you’ve got any general questions about how issues are changing for us and supporters, for example inappropriate chanting at matches, then send them our way."
The team answering your questions will be Albion's Richard Hebberd and stadium safety officer Chris Baker alongside chief inspector Paul Betts and football liaison officer PC Darren Balkham from Sussex Police.
Send your questions into the club by email:

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