Junior Day tickets on sale from Monday

By SFC Media time Fri 24 Jul Tickets

Next month’s home clash with Norwich City has been officially designated as a Junior Day, with tickets priced from just £8 for Under-11s.

The Canaries come to St Mary’s on Sunday 30th August, with the game getting under way at 1.30pm.

 

Before kick-off there will be a range of free activities and entertainment for our young Season Ticket holders and Official Members to enjoy, including:

  • Balloon modellers
  • Face painters
  • Giveaways
  • Speed cage & reaction wall

What’s more, all Junior Season Ticket holders and Junior Official Members with a Norwich ticket will go in the draw to win a place as our mini matchday presenter and get a look behind the scenes at St Mary’s.

 

In addition, ten lucky junior Season Ticket holders/Official Members with a Norwich ticket will be chosen to form a guard of honour as the teams take to the pitch.

 

Junior Official Membership is on sale now, priced at just £15 for the whole season – click HERE to find out more about how to sign up.

Tickets for Junior Day go on sale from 9am on Monday 27th July to Official Members, with general sale starting three days later. Click HERE to find out more about prices and how to secure yours.

We’re also offering bargain Club Southampton hospitality for under-13s on Junior Day, priced from just £42 per youngster. To find out more, enquire by clicking HERE or calling 02380 727768.


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