Join the family fun day ahead of Burnley

By SFC Media time Wed 20 Oct Tickets
Photo by Matt Watson

Saints fans can make a day of it for Saturday’s home match against Burnley with free activities being laid on in Southampton’s Guildhall Square ahead of the game.

Join the family-friendly fun between 9.30am-11.30am, with entertainment for all ages to get you hyped before you head to St Mary’s for the clash with the Clarets.

You can test your skills out with Streetwise Soccer bringing along four different activities to take part in – the Panna Cage, Speed Cage, Fast Feet and a life-sized Human Football Table – or check out the incredible talents of football freestyler Roman Brezovsky.

Learn more about how Saints Foundation make a difference in the local area with their community coaches on hand to share some of the recent work they’ve been doing.

Saints Brass will be providing the tunes with a live performance of family favourites, while Sammy and Mary Saint will be there too, giving out free flags to kids that buy tickets for Saturday’s game.

Tickets for the clash against Burnley are still available from just £15 for adults and £5 for Under-11s – secure your seat by clicking here.

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Why not treat your family to hospitality for the match, with Saints Bar available for Saturday’s fixture from just £95 plus VAT – or explore our full hospitality offering here.

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Make it a day to remember for all the family and join us at Guildhall Square on Saturday morning ahead of the Burnley game.


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