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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. The first was a UEFA European Under Championship qualification Group 3 match against the Republic of Ireland's unders on 20 November The other was an international friendly against Norway's unders on 28 March The hosts beat the visitors 2 - 0 with goals from Daniel Sturridge on the ninth minute and Danny Rose on the fortieth minute with 18, in attendance.
Between Monday 1 June and Friday 5 June , St Mary's Stadium hosted a world record breaking match for the longest continuous football game ever played.
Players from Southampton-based charity Testlands Support Project played for hours straight, beating the previous record of hours.
As is common for modern day stadia, St Mary's is also used as a conference facility, with hospitality suites available for this purpose most days of the week.
Close Advert. St Mary's Stadium Map. Cookies on PremierLeague. A year later, on the last day of the —29 season a dropped cigarette caused a fire which destroyed the East Stand.
A replacement stand was built which mirrored the West Stand, increasing the ground capacity to approximately 30, On 30 November , a German bomb fell on the stadium during the Blitz , creating an foot crater in the Milton Road penalty area.
In March , an explosion of munitions stored at the ground caused a major fire in the West Stand although this was rebuilt soon afterwards. At the start of the —42 season they played their home games at Dew Lane, Eastleigh , before the Dell was re-opened in October In , the Dell became the first ground in England to have permanent floodlighting installed.
During the post-war years, huge crowds packed into the Dell. The attendance record was broken on 8 October , when 31, watched Southampton lose 3—0 to a Manchester United team which included George Best and Bobby Charlton.
The stadium hosted First Division football for the first time in the season , and would do so for all but four of the 35 seasons leading up to its closure.
During this time, Southampton won the FA Cup in , and achieved their highest league finish of second place in In the s, there were several changes at the ground, with the makeshift chocolate boxes at the Milton Road end being replaced by a new stand used for family ticket holders a two level concrete structure.
The standing areas under the East and West stands being fitted with bench seats, before the Dell became an all-seater stadium in the early s in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster on 15 April , which obliged all clubs in the top two English divisions had all-seater stadiums.
New stands were erected at both ends of the stadium, but by the —94 season the stadium now had a capacity of just over 15,, the smallest in the top level of English football.
The Milton Road Stand was notable for its wedge-like appearance. By this time, Southampton were looking for a new home. By the mids it seemed as if the search was over as the club announced plans to move to a new stadium at Monks Brook playing fields near the village of North Stoneham , Eastleigh.
Many people in Eastleigh were also unhappy with having another town's football club in their area. Date of experience: January Helpful Share.
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For me the usual overnight bus from Dundee to London, then another coach from Victoria to Southampton. Once in the town centre, it is only around a 15 minute walk to the stadium following the crowd, so fairly easy.
I arrived in Southampton around 10am and must say I was impressed walking around the city walls and with the naval history connected to the place.
I also had a look in the shopping malls and market before grabbing my football coupon to study in the pub. I had some banter with fans of both teams, all friendly enough.
I was fairly impressed with St Mary's inside and out. I had a seat in the Itchen Stand, which gave a good view of the action.
A very good game for the neutral. Southampton started by taking the lead after about 15 minutes with a hook shot inside the box from Bednarek. On 35 minutes Long headed in to give Saints a 2 nil lead going into half time.
The second half the game completely changed as Wolves grabbed the upper hand. Jiminez grabbed a brace, the first being a penalty on 65mins and the winner smashed home with about 15mins to go.
No issues with stewards or facilities clean and plenty. The atmosphere was very good from both sets of fans, though obviously there was a lot more singing from the Wolves end in the latter stages.
The attendance was 31, No issues following the crowds back into the town centre, where I headed to 'Standing Order's and 'Yate's' to watch the teatime game.
Southampton is a good city to have a wander around in for a bit of history and feel of the place. I then got to enjoy a 5 goal thriller, so a fine day.
My dad had been in my ear for a few seasons saying he fancied the trip to Southampton as we'd never been, so eventually, I relented this year and made the arrangements.
We attended Bournemouth away last season which was a great trip so hopefully, this could be as good a trip to the south coast as our last one was.
To avoid the drama presented last time by South Western Railway we decided to drive, booking into the Jury's Inn which has no car parking on-site.
We found the closest car park to the hotel at Compton Walk. The drive down South took five and a half hours including stops, which was ideal.
We were then a five-minute walk away from the city centre pubs and 20 minutes walk from St. It all seemed too good to be true! We made it to the Scholar's Arms by midday for a few pre-match beers and to watch the televised the early kick off.
The pub welcomed home and away fans each wearing colours and everyone seemed to be getting on fine in a friendly enough atmosphere.
There were plenty of fans in the bar, but not so many that you couldn't get served quickly enough. The 20 minute walk to the ground through the bottleneck tunnel seems quite unusual, given that both home and away supporters are all squashed in together, fortunately, I saw no trouble but I can't imagine this is always the case?
St Mary's is a typical modern flat-pack ground with adequate facilities but little to separate it from others that are similar: Bolton, Wigan, Leicester etc.
The view from the away end was great and with the perspex sheets are the back of the stand away fans are able to generate a good noise.
The game was brought to life fairly early on with VAR awarding Djenepo a deserved red card after 28 minutes that referee Graham Scott had missed.
This got the away section singing up to the point VAR intervened again to award Newcastle a seemingly unlikely penalty that Scott and the rest of us in fairness had failed to see.
Pompey native and old boy Matt Ritchie stepped up to miss which was the fourth or fifth great save from their keeper which really woke the home fans up.
The game continued with Newcastle dominating possession but not offering too much in the Southampton penalty area, full credit to their defence and goalkeeper who looked to be right on their game.
At half time I nipped down for a pint which took long enough to get, queuing systems obviously not the priority for the organisers!
After coming back up for the second half it seemed as if it would be a solid home performance and typical misfiring Newcastle failing to take advantage of the extra man.
Finally with 10 minutes to go Newcastle broke the deadlock with a lapse in concentration from Yan Valery allowing Saint-Maximin to nick the ball and roll it past McCarthy.
Both sets of fans had been in great voice up to this stage, now the away section very much the louder of the two! Back through the bottleneck, we walked 20 minutes or so back into town for some post-match beers and the late kick off in a bar named The Grapes — decent beer at reasonable prices.
We had a nice meal in Szechuan Kitchen before heading to a few other pubs around the High Street area to celebrate the win. Another great trip to the south coast capped off by a first win at St.
Mary's in 15 years. Beforehand I'd heard a few people say that Southampton as a city wasn't exactly wonderful but I found it a great trip, good pubs, nice people and nice enough city.
I would definitely go again! Based in Bridlington, it is very hard to visit teams far away down south but a weekend trip to Salisbury meant potential for a few games.
Southampton being very close so another to be ticked off and on my Birthday too! Traffic was terrible getting out of Salisbury but having lived there for 10 years before moving back to my birthplace we knew a shortcut to get to The Saints, we parked nearby ground was easy to find.
Very impressive large and modern with an unusual style different from other new stadiums I had visited. Atmosphere was top notch we were located at the last row in the noisiest stand full of die hard saints supporters good banter and singing plus we stood all game no problems with stewards with Saints winning great game to watch.
Great day visiting my old place birthday meal and watching Saints win another ticked off another ground — 26 now. Please read our Terms and Conditions before submission.
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Haydn Gleed for providing the YouTube video of St Mary's Stadium. Ben Clarke Ipswich Town 23rd January Why you were looking forward to going to the ground or not as the case may be : As an Ipswich Town fan I had never been to Southampton.
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, toilets etc.. Comment on getting away from the ground after the game: The away fans were not held behind after the game which is always good for a quick exit The coaches parked behind the back of the stand making which guaranteed a fast exit.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out: The Southampton ground is very impressive and well worth visiting. Ed Butler Walsall 27th February Why you were looking forward to going to the ground or not as the case may be : After beating Leeds at Elland road recently 3 points seemed a little more plausible.
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game: Getting out of the stadium is easy as pie — the stadium sits within a vast barren area and there seem to be endless tunnels leading back towards the city centre, where a good level headed police presence eased all fans away from oncoming traffic.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out: A great day out, it is definitely worth staying over in the city during the night. Alexander Jones Bournemouth 2nd October Comment on getting away from the ground after the game: Getting away from the ground was very easy in terms of transport.
James Spring Notts County 15th January Alex Smith Coventry City 28th April Why was you looking forward to going to the ground if not if the case may be : In a way I was still on a bit of a downer really after we had been relegated the previous week.
What were your thoughts on the away end other sides of the ground? Comment on the game itself, Toilets, Atmosphere, Pies, Stewards, etc..
Comment on the day itself: On the whole a good day, although the stewards should really learn to try and chill out a bit. Philip Green Stoke City 19th May Chad Wood Aston Villa 16th May Southampton v Aston Villa Premier League Saturday 16th May , Brian Lawes AFC Bournemouth 1st November Southampton v AFC Bournemouth Premier League Sunday 1st November , 4pm Brian Lawes AFC Bournemouth fan Why were you looking forward to visiting the St Mary's Stadium?
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game: 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.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out: Our first Sunday 4pm kick off and glad it was just up the road so no late night before work on Monday.
Stephen Barrow Watford 13th January Southampton v Watford Premier League Wednesday 13th January , 7. Comment on getting away from the ground after the game: A fifteen minute trudge back to the car and an easy exit from the car park, before gridlock….
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out: Bar the performance a fine night out, the highlight being the curry! Ian Pryer Watford fan 13th August Southampton v Watford Premier League Saturday 13th August , 3pm Ian Pryer Watford fan Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting the St Mary's Stadium?
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game: 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.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out: Good day out, nice stadium, good atmosphere. James Gregory Burnley 16th October Southampton v Burnley Premier League Sunday 16th October , 4pm James Gregory Burnley fan Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting the St Mary's Stadium?
As I took the Burnley supporters club coach, parking and finding the ground were easy. Comment on getting away from the ground after the game: Getting away from the ground was a nightmare.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out: Overall the day was very mediocre. David Burkett West Ham United 5th February Pin it 0. Geef een reactie Reactie annuleren Het e-mailadres wordt niet gepubliceerd.
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