No Place Like Northam

By SFC Media time Tue 02 Jul Club

There’s not long left to secure your seat and experience Premier League football amongst a hotbed of support.

The vocal and lively atmosphere generated from behind the goal at the Northam end is a cauldron like no other.

This highly sought after area of the ground offers a perfect view of the top-flight action, and as ever these seats are selling fast following the opening of the new Season Ticket sales window.

Yesterday’s opening sales saw queues stretching around the Ticket Office as fans were eager to secure their seat for the campaign ahead.

As sell-out crowds are the norm these days at St Mary’s, take the opportunity to guarantee a seat here for the whole season.

With only a small number of seats remaining in the Northam Stand, this is a chance not to be missed, so if you’ve ever wanted to cheer on Saints from a rousing part of the ground, hurry now, to be in that number for the season ahead.

A new Season ticket in the Northam Stand works out as follows:

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Order your ticket now online via our ticketing site

Alternatively, you can call the Ticket Hotline on 02381 780780 or buy in person from the Ticket Office at St Mary's, which is open between 9.00am and 5.00pm from Monday to Friday and from 9.30am to 4.00pm on Saturdays.

Don't forget – you have until Friday 19th July to secure your seat at St Mary's for the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League campaign. No further Season Tickets will be sold after this time, so don't miss your chance to guarantee your place at St Mary's for what promises to be another unforgettable and unmissable campaign.

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