Ticket Information: Saints vs West Ham

By SFC Media Wed 12 Jul Tickets
Photo by Matt Watson | Manolo Gabbiadini

Tickets for Southampton’s Premier League home match against West Ham United will go on sale to Official Members next week.

Saints host the Hammers, at St Mary’s, on Saturday 19th August (3pm BST) in what is their second game of the 2017/18 campaign.

Tickets will go on sale in the following order:

• 2017/18 Official Members: Monday 17th July (9am)
• General sale: Thursday 20th July (9am)

Please note, the general sale window is subject to availability, and tickets are limited to one per Supporter Number at all times.

Additionally, Official Members will not have their ticket uploaded to their membership card for this fixture. All Members will instead receive a print at home, or paper ticket, depending what they select.

We would advise all supporters to ensure they allocate each ticket to the Supporter Number of the people attending the game, so that those fans can build a purchase history with the club. Tickets cannot be re-assigned to other Supporter Numbers once they have been purchased.

Tickets for this category B game will be priced as follows:

How to buy:

Online: tickets.saintsfc.co.uk
Phone: 02381 780780
In person: St Mary’s Ticket Office

Fees may apply. All tickets purchased are subject to the Ticket Terms and Conditions and Ticketing Policy.

Please note, 2017/18 Season Tickets will be sent out towards the end of July.

Interested in watching Saints’ game with West Ham in style?

Click here to look at our available hospitality packages for the match.

England tickets on general sale
Tickets

England tickets on general sale

Secure a seat now for the Euro 2020 qualifier with Kosovo, at St Mary's.

Fri 17 May
England tickets on general sale from Friday Get your FREE ticket for tonight's PL2 final
Shane Long named in Ireland squad
International

Shane Long named in Ireland squad

Saints forward joins up with squad for EURO 2020 qualifiers.

13 hours ago
Morris and Pusey’s double joy Monday Briefing: May 20th