IN NUMBERS: Stats behind Saints' 2014

By SFC Media time Tue 30 Dec Men's First team provides a statistical look back at how Southampton fared in all competitions during 2014.

73 – Saints scored 73 goals during 2014, with 34 coming in the first half, and 39 coming since the start of the 2014/15 season.

45 – Saints played 45 games during 2014, four in the Capital One Cup, three in the FA Cup and 38 in the Premier League.

12 – Saints won 12 of their games at St Mary’s in 2014.

11 – Away from home, Saints won 11 times in all competitions during the calendar year.

8 – Saints drew eight games in 2014, five of which were at St Mary’s.

18 – Saints kept 18 clean sheets in all competitions during 2014, with nine coming since August.

36 – 36 different players were used by Saints during the second half of the 2013/14 campaign and the first half of the 2014/15 season.

12 – Of the 36 players to have featured for the club during the year, 12 of those were graduates of the Saints Academy.

11 – Against Aston Villa in November, for the first time in the club’s history, all of the starting XI were capped internationals.

30,468 – The average attendance at St Mary’s for Premier League games was just over the 30,000 mark.

19 – The club had 19 different goalscorers during 2014 (not including own-goals).

106,193 – The number of copies of SAINTS, the club’s matchday magazine, that were sold during 2014 at St Mary’s.

8 – Saints recorded their biggest ever Premier League win with an 8-0 success against Sunderland at St Mary’s.

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