Extra hospitality packages announced for Liverpool

By SFC Media Fri 22 Mar Hospitality

Due to high demand, an off-site hospitality package is being offered for Southampton’s home Premier League game against Liverpool.

Saints host Jürgen Klopp’s side on Friday 5th April, at 8.00pm GMT, and there is still an opportunity to watch the game in style.

Check out the full details of our new package, and take advantage of our hospitality for the game…


BRAND NEW: Tap-It Brewery Experience (£175pp)

Access to Southampton’s local microbrewery, including:

- Hog Roast
- 4 inclusive beers – 20% discount on drinks purchased thereafter
- Insights from 2 local Brewers
- Club branded gift
- Matchday magazine
- Seating in main Itchen stand for the game.

 


Timings:

17.00    Guests arrive. Drinks vouchers distributed. Opportunity to view the Brewery
17.30     
Hog roast begins to be served
18.00     
Speeches & insights from the Brewers
19.00     
Brewery opens up to the public. Guests free to stay for additional drinks or make their way to the stadium
20.00     
Take seats for the action
Post-game: Experience ends.

* Please note, parking and transport between the venue and St Mary’s Stadium is not included in the package price. Guests are required to make their own way to the ground, which is approximately a ten-minute walk away.

To book the above package simply click here.

This is package based in the home end and any fans identifying themselves as away will be ejected. No colours allowed.

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