St Mary’s to be at full capacity for 2021/22 season

By SFC Media time Wed 07 Jul Fan Responsibility
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Southampton Football Club is delighted to confirm that St Mary’s will be able to safely welcome back fans for the 2021/22 Premier League season without a restricted capacity, following the Government’s announcement on Monday.

Supporters will be back at St Mary’s for the home opener against Manchester United on Sunday 22nd August - the club would like to assure fans that there will continue to be measures in place to ensure the safety of both fans and staff attending the match, including increased cleaning regimes and hand sanitiser readily available.

Make sure you’re there as Ralph and his team make a long-awaited return to playing in front of Saints fans, with 2021/22 Season Tickets available to buy now from just £399 for adults and £19 for juniors.

Fans will have the option of spreading payments across either a three-month or seven-month period with no added interest and with no credit checks required, meaning you could be paying as little as £57 per month for your Season Ticket.

Anthony Cole-Johnson, Director of Sales at Southampton Football Club, said: “As a club, we are truly excited to finally be in a position where we can safely welcome our fans back to St Mary’s without any capacity restrictions.”

“Over the last 18 months, games at St Mary’s have not been the same without the crowd and we know that the return of fans will make a real difference to Ralph and the team.”

You can purchase your Season Ticket through your MySaints account or by calling the Ticket Office on 02381 780 780 between 9.30am-5pm from Monday to Friday.

All 2021/22 Season Tickets will be protected by The Saints Promise, a commitment from the club to prioritise Season Ticket holders in the event of any changes to government guidance.

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