Become a Southampton away mascot!

By SFC Media time Tue 08 Oct Competition
Photo by Matt Watson

We've got an incredible opportunity for junior Saints fans to become the first-team's mascot at one of three upcoming away games in October and November.

Our competition for the meetings with Manchester City (Carabao Cup and Premier League) and Arsenal are now open, with the entry form below.

Saints head to Etihad Stadium on Tuesday 29th October (7.45pm GMT), and again on Saturday 2nd November (3pm GMT), and Emirates Stadium on Saturday 23rd November (3pm GMT).

The competitions for each game are open to all 2019/20 Junior Season Ticket holders and Junior Saint Members, aged five to 14, with all competitions closing on October 14th.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is fill out the below form, with one entrant being picked at random for each game.

Each winner will receive one free adult and one free junior ticket to the match, as well as a kit to wear on the day.

If your child is not already a Junior Saint Member, they can sign up here, with each youngster receiving an enhanced membership pack this season, including free gifts and a fixture poster, and exclusive mailings throughout the campaign.

Don't forget as well that all Junior Season Ticket holders and Junior Saint Members are automatically entered into the draw to become mascots at each of our home games.

Please be sure to enter the details of your child, and not your own details, in the below form:

Select which game you are applying for
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