Saints host Leeds in Saturday’s Premier League clash, kicking off at 3pm, with plenty of action around the ground on matchday.
Ahead of getting to the stadium, make sure you read the latest guidance on how to stay safe when visiting St Mary’s and be ready to show your Covid-19 status on arrival if asked to by stewards.
You can also check out what’s happening ahead of the game, with the Fan Zone open before and after the match and entertainment lined up for half-time too.
If you haven't yet bought tickets for tomorrow's clash, you can still secure your seat by clicking here.
Keeping everyone safe on matchdays during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic will be a real team effort. Get all the latest information about how to stay safe by visiting our Match Ready page here.
All fans are asked to follow the Supporter Code of Conduct, which you can read here, and you can find out how to access your NHS Covid Pass ahead of spot-checks which will be taking place around the ground.
If you have any further questions ahead of the game that are not answered in the FAQs here, you can also contact Supporter Services.
Meet Sammy and Mary Saint, who will be getting photos with fans from 1pm in our Mascot Zone, located on the corner of the Kingsland and Chapel stands.
Come and test your football skills in our Academy Zone, located outside the Gasworks in the Kingsland stand, including the chance to take on your friends in the Panna Cage – all completely free!
Saints Brass are back to get you pumped up ahead of the game – they’ll be playing the hits around the ground and again ahead of kick-off so you can join in with their rendition of Oh When The Saints!
The Fanzone is open ahead of kick-off from 12pm and again for an hour after the final whistle! Remember, Season Ticket holders can get a 10% discount on all food and drink until 12:30pm.
Get in the matchday mood before the game with the early kick-off between Watford and Liverpool on the big screen, plus food, drink and great entertainment.
Get kitted out with the full range of 2021/22 Saints shirts and training wear with the Saints Store opening from 10am before the game and again after the final whistle until 6pm.
Don’t miss out on our half price shorts offer, ending on Sunday – its your last chance to get half price shorts when you purchase any 2021/22 replica shirt!
NEW SAFETY MEASURES
Supporters are advised that the club is continuing to trial new safety measures that may affect the usual access routes for supporters arriving at St Mary’s, following advice from the local Safety Advisory Group.
Please refer to the map below to see the area of the North Car Park that will be affected and you can find out more about the changes here:
Fans with car parking at the stadium are advised that there will be no vehicle movement permitted in the car parks or within the road closure area from one hour ahead of kick-off, and until the crowd is cleared from the stadium.
FOOD AND DRINKS
Remember, Season Ticket holders get a 10% discount on all food and drink inside the stadium for the first 30 minutes after the turnstiles open.
To help reduce queue times and serve fans quicker, please note there will be a reduced food menu at all of our food and beverage kiosks inside the concourse.
HUMMEL RETAIL BOOTHS
You can now pick up official Saints merchandise from hummel retail booths situated in the concourse of the Kingsland, Northam and Chapel stands – get your hands on 2021/22 Saints shirts ahead of kick-off and get a pair of shorts half price!
Please be aware that St Mary’s is now a cashless stadium so make sure you bring an alternative payment method for any purchases at the stadium on matchdays.
Please be aware that half-time entertainment is currently restricted by the requirement to maintain a Red Zone, in order to keep players safe.
Saints goalkeeping hero and current first team coach Kelvin Davis is the latest recipient of the Forever Saint accolade with his father Geoff taking to the pitch to receive the award on his behalf
RESTART THE HEART
Do you feel confident you could perform CPR if required? We’ll have a demonstration of what you need to do if someone has a cardiac arrest – a rapid response could help you save a life.