Saints to face FC Augsburg and Sevilla

By SFC Media Thu 13 Jul Pre-season

Southampton will host FC Augsburg and Sevilla in pre-season friendlies this summer, with supporters getting two games for the price of one thanks to Virgin Media.

Saints welcome German side Augsburg on Wednesday 2nd August (7:45pm BST) before facing Spanish outfit Sevilla, again at St Mary's, on Saturday 5th August (3pm BST), as they finish tuning up for the 2017/18 season.

Thanks to a special offer courtesy of Main Club Sponsor Virgin Media, supporters will be able to see both matches for the price of one, giving Saints fans a great opportunity to get an early glimpse of the team under the guidance of new manager Mauricio Pellegrino.

Tickets, which will give you entry to both matches, start from as little as £5 for Under-18s, with adults paying just £12, and will go on sale from tomorrow.

Prices are as follows:

Adults £12
Concessions (Over-65 / 18-21) £10
Under-18s £5

Tickets will go on sale as follows:

Season Ticket holders: Friday 14th July (9am)
Official Members: Tuesday 18th July (9am)
General Sale: Thursday 20th July (9am)

Initially, only seats in the Itchen, Northam and Chapel Stands will be available for purchase.

If you are attending both games, please ensure you retain your ticket from the Augsburg match, as this will also give you entry to Sevilla.

Please note, Season Ticket holders and Official Members will not have the games uploaded to their season cards, and will instead be issued with paper tickets.

How to buy:

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

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