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FC SouthamptonBesuchen Sie St. Mary's Stadium Southampton. Unternehmen Sie eine Stadiontour oder besuchen Sie ein Spiel des Southampton FC. Buchen Sie hier Ihre. Anschrift. St Mary's Stadium Britannia Road Southampton, Hampshire, S 5FP. Stadiondaten. Kapazität: Untergrund: Naturrasen Laufbahn: nicht. Stade: St Mary's Stadium Places. Bilan actuel des transferts: 14,00 mio. €. FC Southampton. Premier League Pays/Ligue: Angleterre 1er niveau. Lieu: 5.
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Het e-mailadres wordt niet gepubliceerd. The Stadium Guide. Share 0. The River Itchen lines the eastern side of the stadium; meaning access from the east requires crossing the A Itchen Bridge and heading north back towards the stadium.
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The atmosphere was great. A great venue for Concerts. A lovely bubbly Lady, who looked amazing. Rick Astly was support Act.
He was backstage applauding Love Soul as they left the stage. He told them they were Amazing. The Staff were very helpful and friendly.
We all had an Amazin! Read more. Date of experience: February Joshua G wrote a review Aug Tipton, United Kingdom 61 contributions 11 helpful votes.
A large section of the roof at the Chapel Stand, at the southern end of the stadium is also translucent, for the same reason.
At the rear of the Itchen Stand, there are 42 executive boxes, and a police control room. The stand also houses the club's offices, changing rooms, press facilities and corporate hospitality suites.
The four main hospitality suites are named after some of Saints' greatest players:. The Northam Stand is home to the majority of the more vocal supporters, as well as visiting fans.
Visitors can be given up to 4, seats 15 per cent of the capacity for cup games, and up to 3, for league matches. The official ground name at opening was 'The Friends Provident St Mary's Stadium'.
Initially the club wanted the ground to be named purely after the sponsors , but fan pressure influenced the decision to include a non-commercial title.
In the new sponsor Flybe. The ground has an all- seated capacity of 32,,  including the press and directors boxes.
Because of the segregation between home and away fans in the Northam Stand, it is unlikely the full capacity will ever be reached for a competitive match.
The current record attendance was for the Football League Championship match between Southampton and Coventry City on 28 April , when 32, spectators attended.
When the club had lower league position this had a negative impact on attendances, although the visit of Exeter City on Boxing Day, in a League One fixture, attracted an attendance of 30, The overall average attendance for the league season was 20,, a near 3, improvement on the previous season despite being a league lower.
All stands, apart from the Itchen stand, can be built upon and expanded. Almost immediately, the statue was widely condemned by supporters due to it being out of proportion, and not an accurate likeness of the former club President.
The foot statue was made by sculptor Ian Brennan. Former chairman, Leon Crouch stated that he would help fund a replacement or remedial work, in association with the Ted Bates Trust, who were overseeing the collection of funds, commission and erection of the statue.
The statue was removed less than a week after its unveiling. The replacement statue, by sculptor Sean Hedges-Quinn , was unveiled on 22 March The St Mary's Stadium has hosted one full England international match, a 2—2 draw between England and Macedonia in October , while Wembley Stadium was out of action due to redevelopment and the Football Association decided that England games would be played at various venues around the country.
David Beckham and Steven Gerrard scored for England. There has also been an international between Japan and Nigeria. The stadium first hosted European football in September , when the Saints faced Romanian side Steaua Bucharest in the first round of the UEFA Cup.
The game ended in a 1—1 draw. In , Southampton had their first venture in the UEFA Europa League and their first game against Czech side Sparta Prague ended in a win.
Later in the group stage, they faced former champions Inter Milan and won The venue hosted two England under internationals. Mary's Church When the Saints Go Marching In.
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He was given a rousing reception by all four sides of the ground — a nice touch. It would have been even better had he connected with a cross and scored the winning goal!
At the end of the game, the entire Stoke team and manager came to acknowledge the support of their fans and were given a good send-off. Did Begovic's second bow mean that we won't see him again in a Stoke shirt?
It certainly looked that way. Compared with the end of season games at the Britannia, it seemed like a bit of a damp squib at St Mary's.
The players came back on to the pitch but were so far away from the fans that it seemed a bit pointless. The ground certainly emptied very quickly after this.
I made my way back to the shuttle bus and was on my way soon afterwards. Unfortunately, we had to pass through some serious trouble in the town centre.
It looked as though it had been pre-orchestrated but even being on a bus passing through the very heavy police presence was quite frightening.
The station was pretty full, as was the first train back to London, but I was generously given a seat by a Saints fan.
This sparked up a cracking conversation with him, and it was a nice antidote to the trouble I had seen earlier.
Overall, this was a great day out. I loved the stadium, the stewards were incredibly helpful and polite although could have done more to keep the aisles free!
It's just sad that quite a few fans' experiences of the day was marred by the trouble in the city centre afterwards. Why you were looking forward to going to the St Mary's Stadium?
I had never been to the ground previously and was another one to tick off the list. Decent capacity and heard good things about it. Travelled by official club coach which was straight forward enough as we were dropped off outside the away end and picked back up at the same place.
We made the short walk to a pub called the Joshua Tree. Was quite small inside by didn't wait longer than five minutes for a drink.
Was for both home and away fans so was nice to be able to mix with the opposition for a change. What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of the stadium?
A tidy enough stadium. The view of the playing action and facilities were both good. Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
The game was entertaining if you were a Southampton fan, not so much as a Villa spectator with Villa being down at half time.
Game finished up and despite the score, the atmosphere was brilliant in the away end. To their credit, Southampton fans were fairly vocal too.
The stewards and police were all friendly and helpful, one of the best grounds which I've been to in this respect.
Police officers were more than willing to chat with football fans, not something you see all the time. Comment on getting away from the ground after the game: Was waiting around 30 minutes for the coaches to leave after the crowds had dispersed.
Anticipate that the wait would usually be shorter however Southampton fans all waited for their players lap of honour and rightly so.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out: Excellent day out and would thoroughly recommend to others!
Why were you looking forward to visiting the St Mary's Stadium? My only previous visit to St. Mary's was to see England play Macedonia back in when I remember being really impressed with the stadium.
Southampton was busy on this Sunday afternoon, but we still arrived in good time and parked in the multi-storey car park at Ocean Village — about a 15 minute walk from the ground.
We walked straight to the stadium to meet up with friends and took up our seats immediately to take in the atmosphere and have a chat. What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of the St Mary's Stadium?
It was good to be able to revisit the ground to see the Cherries, especially in a Premiership match — still such a new experience to us Bournemouth fans.
The ground is located in a rather unsightly industrial area but stands out as a bright, modern structure which underlines how far Southampton have progressed since the days of the old Dell.
It is what I call a proper stadium, being fully enclosed, and, because it is a sensible size, this helps generate a really good atmosphere.
We were behind the goal in the Northam Stand with chanting home supporters on both sides of us so there was lots of noise, and mainly good humoured chanting.
The Saints lot would occasionally chant that they didn't care about us, but we know they do really! Southampton dominated the first half and took a two goal lead, despite some desperate defending from the Cherries who were, unusually, playing a five man midfield.
Eddie Howe made changes at half time which gave us a more attacking formation and much more pace, with the introduction of King and Stanislas.
It seemed that Southampton did not get out of their half for the second 45 minutes, but the Cherries are lacking any cutting edge right now and failed to turn their domination into goals.
It ended to Saints. We had to pass the Chapel Arms, near the Itchen Bridge, on the way back to the car park and there were a few beered up Saints fans, who'd probably been watching the game in the pub, outside trying to goad any away supporters.
We just crossed the busy road before we got to the pub to avoid any confrontation. In contrast we then had a pint in the Wetherspoons pub in Ocean Village; The Admiral Sir Lucius Curtis what ever happened to pub names like The Dog and Duck?
It was full of Saints fans, we were wearing our colours, but they were very friendly, sympathetic to our current plight and happy to chat.
A pleasant way to end the day. Our first Sunday 4pm kick off and glad it was just up the road so no late night before work on Monday.
Southampton have a great ground and good fans, if you avoid the few idiots, and it was a day we very much hope to repeat next season — and not just because that will mean we will still be a Premiership team.
Night games under floodlights have their own special magic. Southampton is only 90 miles away from Watford, so this was a chance to take in another match following the Hornets.
Followed the advice of the footballgroundguide I took the Itchen bridge route into the city and parked at Ocean Village. Plenty of parking in the multi-storey and a couple of reasonable away friendly pubs adjacent.
As an added bonus the area around Oxford Street, has a large number of eating venues. Having researched eating opportunities in advance, we opted to head to nearby Oxford Street and ventured for a curry at Kutis Brasserie and mighty fine it was too.
It opens at six, and was nearly full by 6. Home fans in the majority and a friendly bunch they were too. A fifteen minute stroll to the ground in pouring rain.
In my opinion, this is one of the best of the new grounds albeit like most of the others it is stuck surrounded by largely anonymous industrial units etc.
The away end offers good views and there looked to be reasonable queues for food and beer. Undoubtedly the worst performance of the season from the Hornets who were lucky to get nil.
The Saints had modified their formation following a terrible ten match run and their three centre backs never gave Deeney and Ighalo a sniff. In contrast, Southampton's fluid movement through midfield created a host of chances and only heroic keeping from Gomes kept the score down to Watford fans gave plenty of vocal support with a passion not matched on the pitch.
The Saints fans were a bit subdued at the beginning, no doubt on the back of a poor run of form, but generally found their voice as they took control.
A fifteen minute trudge back to the car and an easy exit from the car park, before gridlock…. About a ten mike detour before hitting the M3 and home.
Bar the performance a fine night out, the highlight being the curry! St Mary's Stadium is a good ground to visit, fans are friendly but beware the gridlock on getting away now everyone knows about the parking at Ocean Village!
Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting the St Mary's Stadium? The M25 and M3 was horrendous but inevitable on a Saturday during the summer holidays.
Having parked we went inside the church to the cafe mentioned above. Everyone inside was very friendly as you'd expect!
An interesting foot note is that the vicar came and said hello and told us this church's choir back in the 's set up a football team which became Southampton FC and explains why they are known as The Saints.
St Mary's is a great stadium, excellent views and plenty of space in the concourse behind the stand. Didn't have any refreshments inside the ground.
Stewarding okay although they seemed to lack the guts to tackle those who had sat in seats not allocated to them preferring to take issue instead with those left standing in the aisles as close to their friends and family members as the situation would allows.
The way we got to the turnstiles before hand was fenced off, so we had to walk a slightly different way, along Britannia Road and then turned right to rejoin the way we had come in.
Patience is needed coming away from the city up the A If you are not in a hurry, go and get a beer and let it die down! The St Mary's Stadium was a new ground for me and another to tick off the list.
In all honestly I was not looking forward to this game. Knowing there was a 12 hour round trip ahead of me and that Southampton's recent unbeaten form, meant it was going to be a very tough day down south.
After being dropped off outside the St Mary's Stadium with 2 and a half hours till kick off, we decided to venture around the area looking for a pub.
This at first was hard as there was no pubs in sight but after about a half a mile walk and asking someone we finally found a small decent bar.
There was fairly priced drinks and sky sports on off so this passed the time with ease. This pub was predominantly home fans, we were welcomed very kindly and the Saints fans were up for a good chat whilst we were in there.
From outside, the St Mary's Stadium looks very modern and was much different from Turf Moor! Inside there was a very spacious concourse and clean facilities.
The game itself was a poor one from Burnley. Southampton looked a very strong team from the start and certainly proved that by managing to score three goals in the space of around 15 minutes.
Sam Vokes pulled one back for Burnley from the penalty spot in around the 70th minute mark but it was obvious we were never going to be strong enough to rescue a point.
The stewards were very helpful. The atmosphere was good and there was a lot of banter between the Southampton fans in the corner and us away fans.
Getting away from the ground was a nightmare. After leaving the game at 6 o'clock we weren't out of Southampton for a further 45 minutes due to the traffic within the city.
However after this getting back up north was a traffic free journey. Overall the day was very mediocre. A 12 hour round trip for a poor performance from the clarets meant this trip was certainly the worst of the season so far for me.
I had been looking forward to this for months. I knew we'd be taking a strong following and was meeting up with other Hammers ahead of the game.
First visit to St Mary's having been twice to the old Dell ground. Travelled down from London by train. As a journey it couldn't be easier.
Plenty of trains from Waterloo to Southampton, fast and regular. It is about a 20 minute walk direct to the St Mary's Stadium and it's easy to navigate.
We took over the Yates Bar in Southampton city centre. It's the designated away pub. Absolutely heaving. They played a lot of music we could all sing along to although this got a bit annoying after a while but the atmosphere was electric.
Fair play to the staff, they worked hard serving us all and it was a great environment and the place I would recommend all visiting fans to arrange to meet.
The venue seemed well practiced at hosting away fans and we had a great time. What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of St Mary's Stadium?
St Mary's Stadium seemed a bit bland to me. It lacked character. It's kind of isolated, but is easy to walk to.
Inside it's very uniform, a bowl of four equal sides with nothing to jump out at you and make you think "wow". The away concourse was pretty tight, although they were serving quickly.
Toilets were decent enough, among the better I've seen. Stewards were all amiable, the ones outside in particular were very friendly and enjoyed the banter which is always good.Car parking: Yes: Name: Station Car Park - upside Operator: Spaces: Annual Charge: £ Daily Charge: £ Monthly Charge: £ Benfica fear Southampton could gazump them in the chase to sign Leicester City's Demarai Gray as the battle to sign the winger continues to escalate. According to Record, Benfica are keen on. Welcome to Southampton Football Club Megastore, offering a huge selection of official Saints products. SAINTS BRXLZ THE DELL STADIUM £ SAINTS CUP FINAL. For Liverpool and Southampton, the match at St Mary's Stadium is their first of the new year. Hassenhuttl's men won their first league game of , beating Spurs but the Saints haven’t won. St Mary's Stadium is an all-seater football stadium in Southampton, England, has been the home stadium of Premier League club Southampton F.C. since The stadium has a capacity of 32, and is currently the largest football stadium outside London in South England.