Monday Briefing: September 28th

By SFC Media time Mon 28 Sep Club

Prepare for the week ahead with the latest Southampton news from St Mary's and Staplewood Campus...

Saints secure victory at Burnley

Southampton picked up their first win of the Premier League season on Saturday, leaving Burnley with a 1-0 win.

Danny Ing’s fifth-minute strike against his former club was enough to secure all three points, with the striker taking his tally to the season to three.

Saints will host West Brom at home on Sunday, looking to head into the international break with back-to-back wins.

Baggies clash to be shown on BT Sport

Sunday’s meeting with West Brom at St Mary’s will be shown live on BT Sport.

Following the announcement that a phased return of fans to stadiums is on hold, all Premier League fixtures that fall on the first weekend of October will now be televised.

Originally due to take place on Saturday, the fixture will now be played out a day later, kicking off at midday BST.

Women shine in streamed fixture

Southampton FC Women continued their 100% start to the 2020/21 season with an impressive 5-1 win over Buckland Athletic, streamed live courtesy of Virgin Media.

Supporters were able to watch the FA Women’s National League South West encounter live on the club’s YouTube and Facebook channels, with Marieanne Spacey-Cale’s side producing an entertaining display.

An Ella Pusey hat-trick, Alisha Ware strike and an own goal made up the scoring.

B team pegged back by West Ham

Southampton's B team fell victim to a second half comeback from visiting West Ham in Premier League 2, drawing 2-2 to a late penalty at Staplewood Campus.

A Dan N’Lundulu brace put the hosts in the driving seat at half-time, as Dave Horseman’s side proved good value for their lead.

However, Oladapo Afolayan reduced the arrears before Conor Coventry converted from the spot late on to force a draw.

Issue two of SAINTS now available

Supporters can now get their hands on issue two of SAINTS, the matchday programme, ahead of Sunday’s meeting with West Brom.

The 68-page edition, priced at £3.50, includes a host of features, interviews and analysis, as well as plenty to keep our younger readers entertained with an extended junior section.

Simply follow the link below to order issue two today. There is also the option to commit to a half-season (the first eight programmes) or full season subscription at discounted prices.


Saints As One wins Leaders in Sport award

Saints As One, the joint campaign from Southampton Football Club and Saints Foundation launched in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, has won the Leaders in Sport Community Award.

The outreach and engagement project was launched to help those that were isolated and vulnerable in and around Southampton, and has been recognised by Leaders, in partnership with Facebook.

Saints As One has been chosen as the winner of the Community Award, celebrating an organisation that is using sport to bring a community together.


Saints As One wins Leaders in Sport award
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Saints team up with Tekkers Academy-Bahrain

Southampton Football Club is delighted to welcome Tekkers Academy-Bahrain to its portfolio of International Academy Partners, and the club’s first international partner from the sovereign state in the Middle East.

Established in 2015 by Paul Shipwright and Deena Rahman, the Tekkers Academy has grown year on year, supporting the development of the game in Bahrain.

Operating in Busaiteen, Seef/Sanabis, Saar, Hamala and Riffa, Tekkers provide sports training for children aged 18-months to 18-years-old and beyond, regardless of ability, background, religion or gender.


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Sport Republic announces organisational changes

Sport Republic announces organisational changes

Statement from the club's ownership.

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