A LIFELONG Seagulls fan murdered by a work colleague will be remembered at Saturday’s Amex clash with Liverpool.

The day will be a tribute to devoted North Stand season ticket holder Jill Howell.

Jill, 46, was found stabbed to death at her home in Sandgate Road, Brighton, in October 2017.

David Browning, 52, from Seaford, was jailed for life after being found guilty of murder.

They worked together in the payroll department at the University of Brighton.

Now all supporters, both home and away, are being asked to help remember Jill on Saturday.

She was passionate about football and was also a Samaritans volunteer at Brighton, Hove and District Samaritans.

Lisa Rodrigues, of the Samaritans, said: “Jill would want to be remembered for how she lived.

“She often said that Brighton, Hove and District Samaritans and Brighton and Hove Albion could do good work together to help reduce suicide and loneliness. How fitting that we are coming together in her name to do exactly that.

“We are extremely grateful to Jill’s sister Jo Howell for helping us make this happen, and to everyone at Brighton and Hove Albion for understanding the importance of being there for one another.”

Jill’s family has agreed to make Saturday’s game a memorial to her by promoting the Samaritans’ work across the stadium.

They hope the day will remind all fans to look out for each other and to be good listeners.

Lisa Rodrigues said: “It’s not about feeling you need to fix each other’s problems – it’s just about letting people know you’re there, that you care and that you’ll be there when they are ready to talk.

“Trust your instincts, be brave and have patience – don’t be put off if someone doesn’t want to talk to you first time.

“So look out for volunteers from Brighton and Hove’s local branch of Samaritans handing out tips on ways to listen if someone is having a tough time.

“You’ll also see Samaritans’ number promoted on the screens as well as players and ex-players talking openly about times when they were at their lowest and the people who were there for them. Even matchday mascot Gully will be joining in.”