Tickets available for FA Cup night under the lights

By SFC Media time Thu 09 Feb Saints vs Grimsby
Photo by Matt Watson

Season Ticket Holders - you can lock down your seat today to see us welcome Grimsby Town to St Mary’s Stadium in the FA Cup fifth round on Wednesday 1st March (7:15pm KO).

League Two side, Grimsby Town stand in our way as we look to continue our FA Cup run and make the quarter finals for the third year running.

Season Ticket Holders, you can pick up a ticket for the game for £15, with STH’s aged under 18 paying just £5. You have until 2pm on Friday to lock down your seat, ahead of tickets going on sale to Members on Friday afternoon. Season Ticket holders can buy additional tickets from 9.30am on Saturday and general sale is from 9.30am Monday.

Under FA Cup rules, Grimsby have opted to take the full available allocation of seats for travelling supporters, meaning home seats aren’t available in blocks 40, 41 and 42. Season Ticket Holders who usually sit in these blocks can select any other available seats within the stadium.

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If you want a more exclusive matchday experience to see our fifth round tie, you can get in touch with us about a Saints Hospitality package. There’s availability across our lounges right now for all fans, with prices starting from £50 + VAT per person.

Whether you fancy a private box to enjoy the game with a group of friends, a champagne reception with the best seats in the house from our Halo Lounge, or one of our various other lounge options, we want to help sort the right package for you.

Let us know what you’re looking for and register your interest:



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