St-Mary’s Stadium is a relatively new and modern stadium having been the home of Southampton since August 2001. It is the largest football stadium in the South East of England holding over 32,500 fans. The stadium is a basic design with four stands of equal height surrounding the playing surface. The Itchen Stand and Kingsland Stand are located in the East and West of the ground and are the Longside seats. The Northam Stand and Chapel Stand are the two seating areas behind each goal, where Shortside Upper and Shortside Lower tickets are hosted. Due to the stadium cantilever roof, there are relatively unrestricted views throughout the stadium.
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The demand for Southampton tickets continues to grow as The Saints continue to establish themselves in the Premier League as a leading club following their promotion back to the top-flight in 2013. The 1976 FA Cup winners have been able to assert challenges for the European positions in recent seasons and have rivaled the top clubs in England. Football Ticket Pad had a variety of Southampton tickets available for their matches at St Mary’s Stadium with seats available for their matches in the Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup tickets.
Southampton were relegated from the Premier League on 15 May 2005, ending 27 successive seasons of top-division football for the club. They returned after a seven-year absence, and have played there ever since.
Match tickets to watch The Saints are listed for all of their home and away matches in the Premier League giving fans the chance to watch Southampton both at St Mary's or at a host of other amazing top flight venues across the country with designated 'Away Section' tickets.
Southampton are renowned for their highly successful youth academy, with a number of teams from ages nine to 18 years. Recent products of the club's youth system include England internationals Adam Lallana, Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Wayne Bridge and Luke Shaw. The club also honed the talents of Real Madrid and Wales winger Gareth Bale and young talent continues to filter through to the first team on a regular basis.
The club often have to sacrifice their star players for hefty transfer fees as big clubs fine pick their crop of talent. The likes of Virgil Van Dijk joined Liverpool for a record fee of £75 million, with Sadio Mane, Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren all joining Liverpool in the past seasons for fee's over £20 million each. The Saints continue to attract talented international footballers from across the globe and this is what makes it an exciting proposition when buying Southampton tickets.
Southampton maintains a rivalry with numerous south coast clubs, their biggest being Portsmouth. However, in the Premier League, Bournemouth is their closest derby match and Southampton v Bournemouth tickets are always popular with Football Ticket Pad. Fans can also watch The Saints test themselves against the so-called 'top six' as they bid to climb the table and secure a mid-table position.