Wembley lit up in Saints colours

By SFC Media Fri 19 May Club
Photo by The FA

Wembley Stadium has been lit up in Saints colours as part of its ten-year anniversary celebrations today.

It is a decade since the stadium reopened, following a major rebuild of the iconic old ground.

Since then, 166 domestic, European and international men’s and women’s teams have played there, across a variety of competitions and friendlies.

Saints, of course, were one of those, winning the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, 4-1 against Carlisle United, in March 2010.

The club also appeared there this season, losing a dramatic EFL Cup final 3-2 against Manchester United.

To mark those appearances, Wembley’s arch was lit up in red and white, while the club’s crest and name was displayed on the outside of the stadium.

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