Stay At Home Cup group stage begins

By SFC Media time Thu 30 Apr esports

The group stage of the Stay At Home Cup began on Thursday with Southampton in action.

The eight-team tournament is uniting a selection of Europe’s top clubs and their respective official FIFA esports players, with Saints up against Ajax, PSV and Werder Bremen in Group B.

Saints’ official esports player, Owen ‘SaintsVenny’ Venn started his cup campaign against Ajax, PSV and Werder Bremen on Thursday evening.

Supporters can watch each Southampton match live via the club's Twitch, YouTube or Facebook channel.

Matchday 1 Results:

Group A
Manchester City 1-1 AS Roma 
Olympique Lyonnais 3-2 LOSC Lille 

Group B
Werder Bremen 2-4 PSV
Southampton 1-2 Ajax 

Group A
AS Roma 1-1 Olympique Lyonnais
LOSC Lille 1-1 Manchester City 

Group B
PSV 3-1 Southampton 
Ajax 0-6 Werder Bremen 

Group A
LOSC Lille 1-2 AS Roma
Olympique Lyonnais 1-3 Manchester City 

Group B
Ajax 2-3 PSV 
Southampton 3-0 Werder Bremen 

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In what is an unprecedented and difficult time, the tournament will not only spread a message of global solidarity, but also provide the chance for each club to fundraise for their chosen cause at the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For Southampton, fundraising will be directed towards the Saints Foundation, Which has embedded itself further within the local community by offering new and existing initiatives, some of which come as a result of the recently launched Saints As One campaign.

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