Matchday activities and offers: Saints vs Fulham

By SFC Media Tue 26 Feb Saints v Fulham
Photo by Chris Moorhouse | Southampton FC

Find out what pre-match entertainment is on offer as Southampton host Fulham under the lights at St Mary's in the Premier League.

Sammy the Saint and Mary will be on hand to meet and greet young Saints fans as always, with plenty of entertainment for all the family ahead of kick-off.

 

You can test yourself with ICON Football Skills Challenge ahead of the game outside St Mary's and if you feel like your luck is in, why not enter our Saints Super Draw, which helps to raise funds for the vital work that Saints Foundation do in the local area.

 

Fans can win cash and club prizes every matchday, with the three winners being announced at half-time. Purchase your tickets for just £2 online by clicking here, or in person at St Mary’s and you could win Shane Long's matchworn shirt, a pair of Alex McCarthy's boots or our cash jackpot in this week's prizes.

Since the Arsenal fixture in December, we've given away over £6,000, with our biggest winner taking home £1,281!

 

We'll always have Domino's lucky seat competition at half-time, where four lucky seats could win a free pizza each.

 

Half-time beer tokens can be purchased for £4.40 in the Itchen North, South and Northam Home concourses to make sure you can beat the queues at the interval.

 

There will be a hot dog with either a beer or a soft drink available in all concourses for £5.50.

 

And, if you’re a Season Ticket holder, your 20 per cent concourse discount will run all the way up to kick-off.

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