We March On exhibition enters final week

By SFC Media time Tue 23 Oct History
Photo by James Bridle | Southampton FC

The We March On: Southampton Football Club, Then & Now exhibition – housed at the SeaCity Museum – is set to close its doors this weekend.

Saints supporters, and indeed lovers of the game regardless of their loyalties, will have until 28 October to experience a unique final look at both the on and off-field history of the club.

The display – opened by a host of club legends and dignitaries in March of this year – charts Saints’ journey from its conception, including never-seen-before memorabilia from the 1976 FA Cup and 2010 Johnstone’s Paint Trophy wins.

As well as charting the historical highs and lows, the exhibition also shows how the football club runs now, with an exclusive look behind the gates of Staplewood Campus.

Current members of the backroom staff – from sports scientists to academy coaches – give an insight into how the place ticks and what makes it one of the most respected training facilities in the country.

There are also a whole host of other insights, memorabilia and interactive experiences as part of the showcase.

Tickets for the exhibition cost just £3.50 per person or £2.50 for concessions and are available in-person at the SeaCity Museum or by clicking here.


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