Traveling Supporters Information | Southampton vs. Wolves
A sold-out allocation of 3,337 supporters will travel to Hampshire on Sunday for the Premier League kick-off at 2pm.
Fans who visit St Mary’s Stadium on Sunday are encouraged to read the Southampton Visitor’s Guide, Fan Charter and Access Statement. HERE, before making the trip.
Covid Security Information
If you are not feeling well with symptoms of Covid-19, or cold or flu-like symptoms, please do not attend the match.
Spot checks of the certification of Covid-19 status will be in place for Saturday’s game and supporters are encouraged to obtain an NHS Covid Pass through the NHS app or the NHS website. Details on how to get an NHS Covid Pass are available here.
All children under the age of 18 are exempt from Covid certification checks.
Match day information
Wolves supporters will be accommodated in the Northam stand and are invited to enter the stadium’s north parking lot via Britannia Road and not through the footbridge north of the stadium. The closure of the North Parking and road closures are put in place one hour before kick-off.
The remote turnstiles are located on the north side of St Mary’s, with Wolves supporters being able to enter via the K, L or M turnstiles from 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays.
Those traveling by train should aim for Southampton Central Station, which is around a 20-minute walk from the stadium. A “train station shuttle” runs regularly to and from the stadium every 20 minutes from the south side of the station (platform 4), starting at 11:30 am on Sunday.
Buses will drop off and pick up supporters at Chapel Road. Return buses run for 45 minutes after the final whistle. This bus is priced at £ 3 for an adult return and £ 2 for a child return. Concessional passes are accepted. This service is open to all home supporters and all visiting supporters.
For drivers, multi-story car parks near the stadium include Bedford Place, Grosvenor Square and West Park Road. Local car parks can be viewed via Parkopedia at https://www.parkopedia.com/
Additionally, for all supporters choosing to travel by coach, the coach parks along Britannia Road just outside the front of the stadium, which equates to a very short walk.
Fans who plan to spend a weekend at St Mary’s have a number of hotels recommended by Southampton, including the Jury’s Inn, the White Star Tavern and the Mercure Dolphin Hotel.
For visually impaired supporters, Southampton has set up a descriptive audio service and would recommend that all supporters requiring this service contact [email protected] prior to their visit, so that they can receive a descriptive audio receiver.
The accessible toilets are located right next to the vomit chamber on the ground floor and therefore have step-free access. Southampton has two toilets – one of which is a left transfer and the other is a right transfer. To access it, supporters are advised to bring their own RADAR key, but accessibility officers will have access to one if they do not bring their own.
Further information for supporters attending Sunday’s game can be found here.