Teams revealed for A Game of Two Halves

By SFC Media Thu 02 Mar Saints Foundation

The full line-ups for Saints Foundation’s special Game of Two Halves event has now been confirmed, with a host of great names set to take part.

The live gameshow, which takes place at St Mary’s next Tuesday night, will see Charlie Austin’s Superstars team of current Saints players take on Matt Le Tissier’s club legends.

Joining forces with Le Tissier will be Franny Benali, Paul Jones and Danny Butterfield, making for an experienced and formidable group.

They will be up against Austin’s group, which now features Shane Long, Maya Yoshida and Stuart Taylor, in a change to the originally publicised line-up.

A Game of Two Halves will see the two teams go head-to-head in a series of entertaining challenges, in front of a live audience.

As well as special guests, there will also be the chance to get your hands on some fantastic Saints memorabilia.

All proceeds from the night will go towards Saints Foundation and its vital work in the community.

Tickets are still available for the event, which begins at 7.30pm GMT on Tuesday 7th March.

Due to fact this is a live event and content will be ‘uncensored’, the evening is open to adults (aged 16 and over) only.

Make sure you don’t miss out! Tickets can be purchased here. Remember that every person who buys a seat before 5pm today will be entered into a draw to win a free pair of pre-show ‘Meet & Greet’ tickets, worth £30 each.

Please note, that the contestants remain subject to change.

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