Albion have announced they no immediate plans to furlough staff.

But the situation remains under "constant review".

Premier League clubs have attracted headlines and criticism for using the Job Retention Scheme to ease their financial burden.

Albion employees were told by chief executive Paul Barber on Friday that it was likely it would be used by their club.

Some staff at the club's charity arm Albion In The Community were today furloughed with the scheme's activities severely reduced by the coronavirus crisis.

But a statement announcing the news said that furloughs were not being used by the football club itself.

The statement read: "The club has no plans to utilise the Job Retention Scheme for Brighton and Hove Albion staff at this time but, in line with looking at all measures to reduce the club’s costs during this very difficult period, we will be keeping things under constant review.