Mathew Ryan keeps out a shot. Picture by PW Sporting Photography
The Seagulls spent six years in the Championship and are currently in their second campaign in the Premier League. Data compiled by Ryan Clark.
Harper spent one month on loan at Brighton in 2011. His one and only clean sheet at the Amex came in a 2-0 win over Barnsley.
Walton joined Brighton in 2013 from Plymouth. His only clean sheet at the Amex was in 2014 in a 1-0 victory against Wigan. The shot-stopper is on loan to Wigan this season.
Button joined Brighton from Fulham last summer and has kept two clean sheets when deputising for Mathew Ryan this season. He shut out Everton in the Premier League and then West Brom in the FA Cup.
The Finnish keeper made just 11 appearances in two years for Albion but kept four clean sheets at the Amex.
Ankergren joined Brighton in 2010 and spent seven years at rhe Seagulls before retiring and becoming the assistant first team goalkeeping coach. Ankergren kept seven Amex clean sheets.
Brezovan joined Brighton in 2009 and played 62 times until he left in 2014. He kept nine clean sheets at the Amex, seven in the Championship and two in the FA Cup.
Albion's current number one has kept nine clean sheets - all in the Premier League - since joining from Valencia in 2017.
Kuszczak joined Brighton in 2012 and spent two years at the club. He kept 17 clean sheets, all in the Championship, as Albion lost in the play-offs in both of his season's at the club. Currently out of favour at Birmingham.
Stockdale played more than 100 games for Albion during three years at the club and kept 26 clean sheets, 25 in the Championship and one in the League Cup. Now at Birmingham but has not played for the Blues since May.