Season Tickets: General sale begins Monday

By SFC Media Sat 08 Jun Season Tickets
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Season Tickets for Southampton’s 2019/20 Premier League campaign will go on general sale from 9am on Monday.

The renewal window closed earlier this week, with sales currently paused as seat transfer requests are processed, but fans will once again shortly have the opportunity to secure their own piece of St Mary’s for the coming season.

Demand has already proved high, with supporters keen to make sure they never miss a moment of Ralph Hasenhüttl’s first full year in charge as manager.

Adult tickets begin from only £399 – which works out as just £21 per home game – with a limited number of these seats being released in the Itchen South on Monday, while they will also be available to purchase online.

The club will also be releasing the final remaining seats in the Family Area, where Junior Season Tickets begin from just £19, meaning Under-11s can enjoy an entire year of Premier League action for only £1 per match.

There are also great savings to be made for many young adults, with the club this year extending that price range to cover people aged 18 to 25, having previously stopped at 21.

Already, there is limited availability in a number of areas, including the Itchen Premium, as well as the Family Area and the £399 Itchen South section, so make sure you don’t miss out.

To find out all the prices, as well as the full range of benefits, visit our dedicated Season Ticket page by clicking here.

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