Club Statement

By SFC Media Thu 23 May Club

Southampton Football Club notes with deep regret the verdicts passed down today at Bournemouth Crown Court.

The club offers our sympathy and support to any player who suffered any kind of abuse or harm while under our care.

We have been working closely with the police, the FA and the Sheldon review for nearly three years to help to uncover the truth.

While the offences cited are historic, the club is committed to constantly reviewing our current safeguarding provision to raise standards.

Southampton Football Club and our academy works closely and tirelessly with the Premier League to promote the safeguarding of children and other vulnerable people who are under our care or using our facilities, and their well-being is paramount to all our staff.

We will continue to offer our full, open and unconditional support to the police, Premier League, FA and community processes relating to this matter.

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