St Mary’s Stadium plays host to a huge Women’s World Cup qualifier between England and Wales this Friday night, and we’re bringing you all the key information to help plan your night…
The Lionesses take on their Welsh counterparts at 7pm BST, with top spot in Group 1 on the line, as the road to next year’s finals in France continues.
Supporters are advised to arrive early, especially if purchasing tickets on the evening, as a big crowd is anticipated at St Mary’s for the game.
There will also be a Fan Zone for supporters, situated in the South Car Park, from 3pm, with a host of pre-game family entertainment, including:
• Live music from Saints Brass
• World champion freestyler Liv Cooke
• The chance to test your shot speed on our ‘Speed Striker’
• Take on our ‘Panna Performer’ Jamie Shawyer in our special ‘Panna Cage’
• Analysis and punditry from some special guests
Please note there is no parking available at St Mary’s for the game, and that all bags will be searched on entry.
Due to UEFA regulations, please note there will also be no alcohol on sale in the stadium.
Tickets can be purchased by visiting the Ticket Office, located on the North Car Park side of the ground, although we recommend purchasing in advance to avoid queues.
Not been to St Mary’s before? Get more information on what to expect by checking out our guide for first-time visitors.