Update following latest government restrictions

By SFC Media time Wed 23 Dec Club
Photo by Isabelle Field | St Mary's

Following confirmation that the city of Southampton and most of Hampshire will fall under tier four of the government’s local restriction tier system from Boxing Day, we regret to confirm to supporters that all upcoming fixtures at St Mary’s will be played behind closed doors until further notice.

Unfortunately, this means tickets for the match against West Ham United on Tuesday 29th December are no longer valid and all Season Ticket holders will be due a refund for the game, as guaranteed by the Saints Promise.

Season Ticket holders who had been selected in the ballot to attend the West Ham United match will be given priority for the first fixture at St Mary’s after fans are allowed to return to live matches once again.

The club apologises for any inconvenience caused and will update fans again when the situation changes.

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