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Secure your seat for Southampton in PL Cup


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Ticket information has been released for our Premier League Cup game against Southampton at Vitality Stadium.

The under-21s will be looking to top Group E with three points against the Saints, who visit Dorset on Friday 21st February for a 7pm kick-off.

The most efficient way of securing tickets for the game is online - you can click here to easily purchase your seats.

Pricing for the game is as follows: 

Adults  £5 
Concessions  £3 
Kids  £3 

Shaun Cooper’s side are currently unbeaten in the competition with three wins and a draw in their four group games so far.

One of those victories came away against Southampton, with the Cherries winning 2-0 at AFC Totton thanks to goals from Alex Dobre and Jake Scrimshaw.

Around 1,000 tickets have already been sold for the game, with the easiest way to secure your seat online here.

Alternatively, you can visit the ticket office in person or call them on 0344 576 1910 (option one, then option two).

Supporters are encouraged to buy in advance to avoid long queues on the day. 

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