Southampton FC 2018-2019 season
With StubHub now in possession of Southampton tickets, you can find a number of Southampton's important games, be it home or away. Despite Southampton finishing the 2017/18 season at 17th in the Premiere league, they finished the season strong under new manager, Mark Hughes and have made some huge roster changes for the 2018/19 season. There's a lot to say for the south-side club in recent years, and there's nothing saying that Southampton don't have what it takes to push even further in this year's Premier League! With their home games taking place at Southampton's St Mary's Stadium, don't miss out as the team set out to demonstrate we're in a new era of football and grab those Southampton tickets now.
Southampton football over the years
While many fans may see Southampton as newcomers to top flight football, the truth is that throughout football's history, Southampton have always been in and out of the top 20. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that whenever Southampton have made it to the top, they've always left a lasting impression! While the team certainly proved to be the cream of the Southern League, the team have had mixed results on a national scale. While '76 proved particularly successful with the team winning the FA Cup, Southampton can boast a number of trophies over the years and in 1984 the team even placed second in Division One. Since then the Saints have grown closer and closer to securing a Premier League title, and this year is looking to be no exception for the determined team! Purchase a Southampton FC ticket to see them live as they battle it out against some of their top rivals like Bournemouth!
New manager: Mark Hughes
While Southampton under former manager Mauricio Pellegrino may not have performed as well as all had hoped, there are still reasons to be positive. Mark Hughes, former Southampton player, took lead as new manager with eight games left during the 2017/18 season. One notable issue from the Saints past couple of seasons was their lack of goals. Charlie Austin and Dušan Tadić, their top scorers from last year, only managed seven each. While Tadić has been traded out to Ajax, Austin will remain, hopefully doubling his score count for this coming season. However, despite this, the team from the South Coast still gives a good fight and, if they can find a way to address the goal scoring issue, who knows what this season may bring. Get your 2018/19 Southampton FC tickets and cheer on a team that has full potential to surprise us this year.