St Mary’s Stadium
Disability Liaison Officer
Telephone 02380 711980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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St Mary’s Stadium has a ground capacity for 32,384 football supporters.
Away fans are located in the Northam Stand at one end of the stadium, where normally up to 3,300 fans can sit. For cup games, this allocation can be increased to 4,750. Depending on the allocation that the visiting club take, there are up to 16 pitch side wheelchair spaces and 9 raised deck spaces. These come with personal assistant seats so you can enjoy the match together.
Away fans have six space s allocated each matchday, available at £6 a game which is payable on entering the car park. To ensure you have a space call Daniel Whittington on 02380 711 909 to enquire or to book a space. These spaces are located in the North Car Park, adjacent to the visiting fans turnstiles.
Southampton Football Club advise visiting fans not to travel by private car into the surrounding areas of Southampton. Due to parking restrictions operating on a matchday they recommend making use of public transport wherever possible. However, if you do choose to drive to St Mary’s Stadium you can make use of a local City Council car park – http://www.southampton.gov.uk/roads-parking/parking/default.aspx
Face coverings / Covid
Audio Descriptive Commentary
Audio Description is available anywhere in the stadium and must be booked in advance by calling the Supporter Relations Department via 02380 711909 or via email – email@example.com
Hearing loops are available in their Ticket Office, Club Shop, Reception, Catering Units and Lounges.
The club can accommodate Away fans with assistance dogs, and Away fans will be seated amongst their own supporters. Water bowls are provided but there are currently no dedicated relieving areas available. If you would like to attend a match accompanied by an assistance dog you will need to contact the club prior to tickets going on sale whenever possible to ensure availability. The club can also answer all of your questions and plan a pre visit for you and your dog if this will be of benefit by calling 02380 711 909.
Changing Places / Accessible Toilets
Disabled toilet facilities available less than 40m from wheelchair spaces. Many are fitted with RADAR locks so please ensure you bring your key. If you do forget your key please speak to your nearest accessibility steward. If you require access to the changing places toilet contact a steward and you will be escorted to the facility, located in the Itchen Stand, accessible via an external entrance and a lift.
Access is available at all concourse catering units within the visiting concourse and there is a dropped counter position at each unit. If a visiting disabled supporter attends the match without an enabler a designated steward may assist with refreshments for them.
St Mary’s Stadium is now a cashless stadium and therefore they can only accept card payments. This is now in place for the convenience, as well as the health and safety of supporters, guests, and staff.
Leaving the Stadium