Mark McGhee and the Albion players will help Brighton kick off their first weekend meeting of the season this Sunday.

They will attend the second Albion Raceday along with Seagulls legends from the past 60 years.

Top jockey Frankie Dettori is booked for three rides.

The ground is currently 'good' which should encourage a large number of runners.

There will be a penalty shoot-out competition for youngsters with a chance to win a day's training with Albion.

Brighton YMCA will put on a football display and spectators will witness a pantomime horse race.

There will also be a Westows Play and Football Family Zone which will include a giant slide, bouncy castle, assault course, bungee trampolines and face painting, Gates open at 12noon and the first race is at 2.10pm.

Eloise Penny, Brighton commercial executive, said: "Last year's event attracted around 6,000, which was our biggest attendance of the season, although Albion were going up instead of fighting relegation.

"Frankie should be there because it is the only flat meeting going on in the country on that day."