Monday Briefing: June 10th

By SFC Media Mon 10 Jun Club
Photo by James Bridle | St Mary's

Catch up on all the latest from Southampton Football Club with our Monday Briefing...

Fixture release this week

Thursday sees the Premier League fixtures for the 2019/20 season announced.

You can start planning your diaries from 9am that day, as we find out our schedule for the new top-flight campaign.

We’ll have all the news for you on, as well as on our various social media channels, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Season Tickets on general sale

With the 2019/20 campaign coming up on the horizon, you can make sure you never miss a moment of it by securing your own Season Ticket.

The renewal window has now closed, but seats went on general sale from 9am today, meaning fans can once again secure their piece of St Mary’s for the new season.

Never miss a moment at St Mary's in 2019/20

You can visit our dedicated Season Ticket page for full information by clicking here, but some of the highlights include:

• Adult prices from £399
• Junior seats from £1 per match
• Young adult age category extended up to 25
• A new interest-free, no-fee payment plan

Feyenoord friendly announced

Southampton will be visiting Dutch club Feyenoord as part of their pre-season plans this summer.

Saints head to De Kuip for a friendly on Sunday 28th July, with kick-off at 1.30pm BST, following their training camp in Dublin in the lead-up to that weekend.

The clubs last met in the summer of 2015, when Southampton won 3-0 in Rotterdam, thanks to goals from Graziano Pellè, Maya Yoshida and Juanmi.

To check out the current pre-season fixture schedule in full, click here.

International round-up

There was a positive weekend of international action for Southampton’s players, as EURO 2020 qualifying continued.

Jan Bednarek played the full game for Poland as they won 1-0 away to Macedonia, while Pierre-Emile Højbjerg scored for Denmark in their 1-1 home draw with Republic of Ireland.

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg has two goals in his last three games for Denmark

Elsewhere, Stuart Armstrong came off the bench for Scotland, as they won 2-1 at home to Cyprus in Steve Clarke’s first game as manager, while Mohamed Elyounoussi was an unused sub in Norway’s 2-2 draw with Romania.

Youngster Josh Sims also featured from the bench for England Under-20s, as they were beaten 2-1 by Chile in the Toulon Tournament.

International fixtures continue

There is still plenty of international action ahead for a number of Southampton players, with Højbjerg, Bednarek and Elyounoussi all facing further EURO 2020 qualifiers tonight, and Armstrong tomorrow.

Angus Gunn will also begin his Under-21 European Championship campaign with England next week.

You can check out our full guide to who is playing when and where by clicking here.


Højbjerg, Elyounoussi and Bednarek back in EURO action
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