Play alongside Saints legends at St Mary's

By SFC Media time Sat 30 Jan Club

Saints Foundation is offering fans the unique opportunity to line up alongside Saints legends and play on the hallowed turf at St Mary’s.

The game will take place on Tuesday 31st May 2016 (6pm BST kick-off), with players given the full matchday experience including use of the dressing rooms, 90 minutes of football and a short presentation ceremony after the match.

This unique experience includes:

• 90 minutes of playing time (rolling substitutes are available if fitness is a challenge).

• A personalised full Saints replica home or away playing kit for each team member.

• A chance to play with Saints legends.

• Team and individual player photos taken by our official club photographer (a DVD of the game will be available at an additional cost).

To make sure of your place on the team just bid for one of the remaining 12 places by visiting the Saints Foundation auction site here. (Please be aware that, in compliance with FA regulations, the event is for men aged 16 and above only).

Four places are currently available to bid for, including the away team goalkeeper and right-midfielder, as well as home team left-back and centre-midfielder.

All funds generated by the auction will support the Saints Foundation’s work with disadvantaged young people and vulnerable adults in the local community. 

Click here to bid for one of the places.

If you would like any further information about this unique opportunity please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0845 688 9370, email [email protected] or visit www.saintsfoundation.co.uk.

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