Play at St Mary's against Ex-Saints!

By SFC Media time Tue 30 Apr Saints Foundation
Photo by Matt Watson | Southampton FC

Marching on the hallowed turf at St Mary’s Stadium is a thrill for anyone - especially when there is a chance to play against Saints Legends at Staplewood Training Ground!

Have you ever wanted to take to the St Mary’s pitch to recreate your favourite Saints goal? Well now’s your chance!

The Play on the Pitch Tournament, supported by Biffa, will see teams of 10 will compete against one another to win the prize of an exclusive visit to Staplewood Training Ground to play against a team of Saints Legends. 

During the tournament at St Mary's each team will be invited to play against a team of ex- Saints including: James Beattie, Joe Tessem, Glenn Cockerill, Paul Jones & Radhi Jaïdi - with more to be announced! 

The 7-aside tournament will take place on the 16th May 12pm - 4pm. 

To secure your space there will be a fee of £600 per team.

Closing date for entries is Monday 13th May - only limited spaces available book now to avoid disappointment. 

For further information, please get in touch with Amy Bennett on [email protected] or call 02380 711 997

All profits raised from this event go directly towards Saints Foundation's charitable projects transforming lives in and around Southampton.

*All participants must be aged 18 or over and male due to FA regulations

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