The latest issue of SAINTS matchday magazine for the visit of Arsenal in the Emirates FA Cup is now available to pre-order online.
You can find copies of all this season’s editions of SAINTS on our partner site: saintsmagazines.co.uk
Sunday's edition of the magazine is formed of 68 pages and will be on sale for £3 online and at St Mary’s.
The edition features an in-depth interview with Southampton goalkeeper and former Arsenal man Stuart Taylor, who describes his rise back into football to help Claude Puel’s squad this season.
The 36-year-old also looks back on his time with Saturday’s opponents, and how the Gunners shaped his career during the early part of his life.
One man who likes a game against Arsenal is Cuco Martina, and we also caught with the Curaçao full back to get his views on the game and how he’s enjoyed being involved in all competitions this season.
Elsewhere, we look back on Southampton’s previous FA Cup ties with Arsenal, including the first ever cup meeting between the two in 1927, as well as the time Saints faced the Gunners as they chased silverware in all competitions during 1979.
Club captain Steven Davis has penned his first column in the magazine after taking up his new role earlier in the week, as he discusses that honour as well as looking back on Wednesday’s famous semi-final win in the EFL Cup at Anfield.
SAINTS regular Franny Benali also reacts to the midweek success, and looks forward to the game against the Gunners as well as airing his thoughts on the appointment of Davis and Virgil Van Dijk as captains.
We find out what to expect from the visitors with a detailed look at the opposition, including tactical insight on Maya Yoshida’s rising influence on the side, thanks to Sam Tighe of Bleacher Report.
What’s more, you can find out the latest news from the Saints Foundation, while there’s behind-the-scenes photos and our new fan feature titled ‘firsts’.
There are more outlets than ever from which to purchase this season’s matchday magazine which retails on Saturday at £3.
You can pre-order editions, and take out a subscription for the season from saintsmagazines.co.uk