New dates added for St Mary’s stadium tours

By SFC Media time Mon 15 Nov Tickets
Photo by Matt Watson

You’ve experienced the buzz of St Mary’s on a matchday, but have you ever wanted to see behind the scenes? Now you can with new dates confirmed for stadium tours.

Book now for an unforgettable guided tour around parts of the ground you wouldn’t normally see during a game – including the chance to take a look around the St Mary’s changing rooms and walk down the tunnel.

Our expert guides will take you through the club’s history as you visit the brand new wall honouring past Club Presidents, top goalscorers and international caps, plus you’ll be taken around the newly renovated hospitality lounges, The Halo and Aspire.

You’ll get a feel for the hustle and bustle of the press conference room, as well as getting the opportunity to admire the club’s silverware in the trophy cabinet, including the FA Cup and the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.

Tours are available to book now on the dates below, at just £20 for adults and £15 for juniors:

Sunday 5th December – 12pm
Saturday 11th December – 1pm
Sunday 12th December – 12pm
Sunday 19th December – 12pm
Wednesday 22nd December – 11am
Saturday 15th January – 1pm
Sunday 16th January – 12pm

Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for Christmas or treating yourself, book today for the ultimate look behind the scenes at the home of the Saints.

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Please note that St Mary’s is a working stadium and on occasion some areas will not be included in the tour.


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