All In This Together: One week to go

By SFC Media time Thu 25 Feb Saints Foundation

There’s one week to go until All In This Together, an evening of entertainment to help raise funds for Saints Foundation – with Lawrie McMenemy and James Beattie the latest Saints legends to be announced.

You can get your tickets for the event for just £25 here – tickets will be on sale until 6pm on Thursday 4th March with all proceeds going towards Saints Foundation and the work they do to transform lives in and around Southampton.

McMenemy and Beattie will join host Kenzie Benali to reminisce about their careers with the club and discuss the work they’ve been doing with the Foundation to support the local community during lockdown.

They’ll be joined by current players Danny Ings and James Ward-Prowse, as well as old favourites Matt Le Tissier, Franny Benali, Wayne Bridge and Terry Paine.

Fans can also win some incredible prizes on the night with a Silent Auction for exclusive Saints signed merchandise and unique experiences and a Captain’s Raffle with a range of James Ward-Prowse memorabilia up for grabs.

Don’t miss out on a memorable evening and get your tickets today.

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Saints Foundation would like to also thank the event sponsor, Barratt David Wilson Homes, and long-term Foundation supporter, Gordon Browning, for their very generous support.

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