Monday Briefing: November 4th

By SFC Media time Mon 04 Nov Club
Photo by Tom Mulholland | St Mary's Stadium

Get up to speed on all things Southampton with our Monday Briefing...

Valiant Saints suffer narrow defeat

Southampton ran reigning champions Manchester City close at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday, falling to a late 2-1 defeat in the Premier League.

Saints took an early lead through James Ward-Prowse and continually frustrated the hosts, who levelled the score with their first shot on target in the 70th minute courtesy of Sergio Agüero.

Looking like picking up a valuable point on the road, Kyle Walker struck four minutes from time to condemn Ralph Hasenhüttl’s side to defeat, despite a valiant performance in Manchester.

Everton tickets on general sale

Next up, Saints play host to Everton at St Mary’s in the Premier League on Saturday 9th November, 3pm GMT.

The Category A clash is now on sale to all supporters and are available here.

All Saints Day dedications

The fixture against the Toffees will also mark the club’s annual All Saints Day fixture, with fans invited to send us their dedications.

Each year, we remember players, staff, supporters, family members and loved ones connected to the club who have passed away in the previous 12 months with a designated tribute game.

Supporters have until 5pm on Monday 4th November to send their dedications, with full details of how found below:


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Christmas with the Stars

Christmas with the Stars is back and you could be toasting the festive period alongside heroes from Southampton's past at St Mary's on Wednesday 18th December.

You'll be greeted with a welcome drink before spending the evening with illustrious names from the club's past.

Franny Benali, Matt Le Tissier and Glenn Cockerill are already confirmed.

To purchase individual places or a table of ten, click here.

Seventh heaven for Southampton FC Women

Marieanne Spacey-Cale’s side once again produced a resounding victory in the Women’s National League, seeing off Larkhall Athletic 7-1 at the Snows Stadium on Sunday.

Ella Pusey and Sofia Pharoah both recorded hat-tricks, with an own goal concluding the scoring at the home of AFC Totton.

Next up, Saints turn their attention to the FA Cup as they head to Chesham United in the first round proper.

Under-23s in Trophy action

Saints' youngsters are in Group L action at Coventry City on Tuesday night (7.45pm GMT). 

The Under-23s have suffered two narrow defeats so far, losing 3-2 at Forest Green Rovers and 1-0 at Walsall. 

Tickets are available to purchase on the night from St Andrew's Stadium. 

Reading trip for Under-18s

Elsewhere, Southampton's Under-18s head to Reading on Saturday, November 9th (11am GMT).

Looking for a return to winning ways in the Under-18 Premier League, Saints will look to bounce back from Premier League Cup defeat to Swansea last time out. 


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