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As a hugely-popular team, tickets for individual Southampton remain in high demand and can be very expensive. 

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FAQ

How much are Southampton FC tickets?

Tickets for individual games are dependent on various factors, including the type of ticket, desired seating area and location of the game For an adult, tickets generally cost around £15-£40.    However, even as a registered club member, tickets can be extremely difficult - and expensive - to source. Ticket Compare offers the chance to source tickets for your preferred game.

How much is a Southampton FC season ticket?

Much like individual matches, Southampton season tickets depend on a wide range of factors, from the age of the ticket holder to the required seating area. However, season tickets for an adult generally cost anywhere from £400-£1,000.

Can you get Southampton FC tickets without membership?

Priority is given to membership holders, who obtain the first release of match-day tickets. Following this - and depending on the demand - a smaller pool of tickets will go on sale to the general public. However, even as a club member, these can be very difficult - and expensive - to obtain.    You can get hold of match-day tickets for Southampton games through the trusted retailers on Ticket Compare.   

About Southampton FC 

Southampton Football Club - also known as The Saints - is a professional association football club based in Southampton. The club was founded in 1885 and currently plays in the Premier League, the top flight of English football.   The club's home ground since 2001 has been St Mary's Stadium, before which they played at The Dell. Southampton FC is one of England's most historic clubs, with a rich past that includes being founders of the Premier League and winning the FA cup on one occasion.  

Stadium information

Saint Mary's Stadium has been the home ground of Southampton F.C. since 2001. The stadium has a capacity of 32,384 and is currently the 11th largest stadium in the Premier League.   The stadium was built at a cost of £32 million and opened on 1 August 2001 with a match against RCD Espanyol, in which Southampton were defeated 4-3.    The record attendance at the stadium was set on 28th April 2012, in which 32,363 fans watched Southampton beat Coventry 4-0.  

Honours and trophies

One of Southampton's most notable achievements was winning the FA Cup in 1976. They also reached the final of the competition in 2003, but were unfortunately beaten by Arsenal.   Southampton have enjoyed plenty of success in cup competitions over the years. In addition to their FA Cup win, they have also been runners up in a number of prestigious league competitions, including League 1 on one occasion and League 2 on three occasions.  

Team information

Southampton has had a number of notable players throughout its history, including:  

Matthew Le Tissier

A former attacking midfielder for Southampton, Le Tissier is considered one of the greatest players to have ever played for the club. He made over 440 appearances for Southampton between 1986 and 2002 and scored 161 goals.  

Ronald Koeman

Dutch international Ronald Koeman was a key player for Southampton during his two seasons at the club from 2014-2016. He helped guide Southampton to an eighth-place finish in the Premier League in 2014-15, before leaving to join Everton.  

Rivalries

Southampton FC has a few fierce rivalries; The first - and arguably the biggest - is with Portsmouth. The two clubs are located approximately 20 miles from each other, so the rivalry has always been intense. Matches between the two clubs are often called the South Coast Derby.   Another big rivalry for Southampton is with Bournemouth. The two clubs have met on a number of occasions since the early 1950s, with Southampton having a clear edge over Bournemouth. The two clubs have played each other many times over the years, and the matches are always highly anticipated.