Saints Foundation celebrate annual charity matchday against Wolves

By SFC Media time Mon 15 Apr Saints Foundation
Photo by Matt Watson | Southampton FC

Saints Foundation celebrated their annual charity matchday on Saturday with their participants taking centre stage at St Mary’s ahead of the meeting with Wolves in the Premier League.

The club’s official charity, who work with more than 19,000 people each year across the city of Southampton, led activities outside the stadium before Saints’ 3-1 win over Wolves with health checks and Elite Skills Arena’s Maestro Challenge just a flavour of what was on offer.

They were busy inside the stadium too. Before kick-off, Saints Foundation displayed a pitch banner along with flags flown by their participants.

At half-time, 100 participants, who have had their lives transformed by the charity, paraded around the pitch with both Southampton and Wolves fans recognising the efforts of both participants and staff in what was a great day for Saints Foundation.

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