Southampton launch family Matchday Bistro package

By SFC Media Tue 30 Oct Hospitality
Photo by Southampton FC

Role models. Icons. Heroes. We were all young once. Southampton FC have launched it's first family friendly Hospitality package with the inception of the Matchday Bistro package.

The access all areas package gave young Saints fans and parents the opportunity to experience access to behind the scenes areas ahead of our Premier League fixture against Newcastle. 

Over 30 people enjoyed a pre-match tour which included both the home changing rooms, as well as get up and personal with the Managers dugout and technical area. The guests were then treated to talks about nutrition and dietary arrangements for professional players by the clubs performance chef, Aryton Proctor, as well as a speech from Head of Professional Medical Services, Steve Wright and surprise appearance for Southampton striker, Michael Obafemi. 

The space allows for a relaxed environment with games such as pool and table football on offer, as well as any other matches on our big screens to keep both the children and adults entertained before the football in the stadium. 

The Matchday Bistro launch is the first in a range of new Hospitality packages being launched to cater for all. A range of new packages have been launched including the brand new Priority which includes a private car pick up, VIP viewing area, exclusive mixologist & the best seats in the house. The Priority package plus executive box packages are available for all remaining home games.

To book one of our hospitality packages, click here or contact our dedicated team on 02380 727768.

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