ePremier League play-offs coming to St Mary's

By SFC Media time Wed 13 Feb Club
Photo by James Bridle | Southampton FC

The race to become Southampton FC’s representative at the ePremier League Grand Finals continues on Thursday night with the top 32 Saints fans in the country set to meet at St Mary’s in the live club play-offs.

The FIFA 19 players battled their way through qualifying online throughout January, beating off competition from thousands of other fans to reach this stage but the drama is only just beginning.


Two finalists will emerge on Thursday – one per platform on PS4 and Xbox One – from the 32 challengers and will go on to represent the club at the tournament’s showpiece event, set to be broadcast on Sky Sports, in London on the weekend of 28-29 March.

Having advanced through the online qualifiers, 32 Saints fans will battle it out to be the club's representative at the ePL Grand Final in London at the end of March. 

While the live event at St Mary’s will not be open to spectators, we will have all possible angles covered throughout the evening for Saints and eSports fans to follow from home.

Kicking off at 5.45pm GMT, our live show – hosted by Tom Deacon and with expert insight from FIFA analysts Brandon Smith and Richard Buckley - on the club's official Twitch channel will bring you all of the goals as they go in and all the stories as they develop on what promises to be an exciting night of action.

What’s more, by tuning in on Twitch, viewers will be in with a chance to win the following money-can’t-buy Saints prizes:

- 1x pair of Saints Bar hospitality tickets for Southampton FC v Fulham on Wednesday 27th February
- 1x Signed & framed 2018/19 Southampton FC home shirt
- 2x PS4 Southampton FC skin set pack, 2x XBOX One Southampton FC skin set pack

To be a part of the action and take in the first ever club FIFA event at the home of Saints, simply tune in to Twitch from 6pm. Let the games begin.


Coming soon: Saints in the ePremier League
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