Your chance to be an away day mascot!

By SFC Media Mon 07 Nov Club

Young Southampton fans are being given the opportunity to be a mascot at one of four upcoming games in the Premier League.

Junior Season Ticket holders – including any new Junior Half Season Ticket holders – and Junior Members could be walking out with the first-team in the trips to Crystal Palace, Stoke, Bournemouth and Everton.

All you need to do for a chance to enjoy this unique opportunity is fill out our online application form and you will be entered into the draw to win, with one lucky youngster being picked at random for each of the matches.

The draw is open to Saints fans aged five to 14, although ages at each away club do vary. Please note, for away games, those who are successful will be responsible for the purchase of kit and match tickets.

Please be sure to enter the details of your child, and not your own details, in the below form:

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Additional information

It’s not just away games where you can lead out your favourite team!

For every match at St Mary’s, a Junior Season Ticket holder or Junior Member (aged 7-12) will be chosen at random to be our official mascot.

Home mascots will receive four free tickets to the game, a free Saints kit and the opportunity for photos with the team on the pitch at St Mary’s.

Want to be in with a chance of leading out the team? Make sure you’re a Junior Season Ticket holder, Half Season Ticket holder or Junior Member for the 2016/17 season!

Find out more about becoming a Junior Half Season Ticket holder.

Find out more about becoming a Junior Member.

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