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Information for supporters travelling to St Mary’s

Thu 23 January 2020, 12:30|Tottenham Hotspur

Southampton’s guide for visiting supporters provides information on travel planning, facilities at St Mary’s and assistance available on the day of a match.

We recommend that all supporters attending our FA Cup fourth round tie against the Saints on Saturday read the guide before departing for Southampton. Kick-off is at 3pm.

Entrance to the stadium

Gates open at 1.30pm and visiting supporters are located on the north side of the stadium, entering via turnstiles K, L or M.


Southampton’s Access Statement, including details of their Changing Places facility and Sensory Room, can be found here.



Highways England are upgrading the M27 between junction 4 (M3 interchange) and junction 11 at Fareham, into a smart motorway. Highways England will have traffic management measures in place throughout the construction period and are advising road users to plan their journey by visiting the Traffic England website or by following their Twitter feed @HighwaysSEAST.

Train station shuttle

St Mary’s is a 30-minute walk from Southampton Central station. A regular shuttle service will be in operation for supporters preferring not to walk. Buses depart from the south side of the station (Platform 4), starting two-and-a-half hours before kick-off and will drop off and collect supporters at Chapel Road. Return buses operate for 45 minutes after the final whistle.

The shuttle service is £3 for an adult return and £2 for a junior return and concessionary passes are accepted.

Flags and banners

Banners above one metre square will not be accepted unless they have a valid fire certificate to say they are safe. Banners above three metres square must be approved in advance by the Southampton Safety Officer and may be refused. Banners must not obstruct the view of others, cover advertising signs or cause a safety hazard. Banners must not display any abusive or threatening words, images or political statements.