Southampton Football Club is pleased to announce that once again it will be working with the Saints Disabled Supporters Association (SDSA) and Saints Foundation to host the first ever One March Open Day, at St Mary’s Stadium, on Thursday 25th October from 12-5pm.
The free event, in the middle of half-term, is designed to introduce members of the public and Saints fans to the club’s One March equality work and showcase diverse activities and services available in the local community.
It also provides a great platform for the SDSA to raise awareness and funds for their future work.
Attractions on the day will include:
• Special guests appearing throughout
• Have your picture taken with the FA Cup
• See the original, open-top 1976 FA Cup bus
• A penalty shootout with Saints Foundation
• The chance to speak with, and learn from, more than 30 community groups based around the city
• Face painters
• A bouncy castle
• A caricaturist
Entry is free of charge, and local disabled organisations are actively encouraged to attend as visitors, along with individuals and families. There will be routine security checks in place when entering the stadium so don’t be alarmed.
If you require Blue Badge car parking, which is limited in availability, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to the limited parking, we would recommend making alternative parking arrangements and remind you that this is not a match day and, therefore, a tow-away zone is not in operation.
Saints Disabled Supporters Association (SDSA)
The SDSA is primarily a self-funding independent association for supporters of Southampton Football Club, but welcomes any supporter who wishes to join. The SDSA works with the club to look at ways to improve the experience for Saints fans with disabilities.
For further information on the One March Open Day, please contact the club directly via email@example.com. For further information on the Saints Disabled Supporters Association, visit www.saintsdsa.org.uk.
Everyone at Saints looks forward to welcoming you to our home.