Saints will be hosting a promotion celebration event at St Mary's

Southampton will bring the playoff trophy to supporters at St Mary's <i>(Image: Richard Crease)</i>
Southampton will bring the playoff trophy to supporters at St Mary's (Image: Richard Crease)

SAINTS have announced they will be holding a promotion party at St Mary’s on Monday, with celebrations starting at 3pm.

The party will last until 5pm in a dedicated fan zone in the north car park and is a ticketed event only.

Tickets will available from 10:30am on Monday, May 27 on the Saints ticket site to season ticket holders and members.

Tickets will cost £2 with all proceeds going to Saints Foundation and ensure the event is managed safely.

Several roads will also be closed around the stadium due to the event, from 10am to 6pm. Find out the details here.

A Saints statement added: "This will be an online purchase only, the ticket office will not be open.

"All tickets will be e-tickets and will need to be shown and scanned for entry. Fans will not be able to enter the event without a ticket."

Children under the age of five will not be permitted to enter and those under 14 will need to be with an adult.
Sunday’s 1-0 victory over Leeds United in the Championship play-off final means the club will be making an immediate return to the Premier League.

To mark the occasion, they will be hosting a promotion party for fans to celebrate together with the team and coaching staff. 
There will be live music from the Deloreans and a DJ, whilst former Saints players will also be making an appearance.

Saints request that no pyro is to be taken to the event by supporters due to safety reasons. 
Russell Martin and the players will take to the stage with the playoff trophy to reflect on the match and celebrations from a fantastic day at Wembley.
There will be plenty of food and drink available from dedicated kiosks both in the concourse and outside. There will be no seating.
Southampton's statement adds: "Fans should be aware that access to this event will be from the front of the stadium, by the Ted Bates statue.

"There will be no open route to the stadium via the Kingsland Stand (including Northam railway bridge) or via Melbourne Street, due to ongoing preparations for the Take That concert.

"All access points to the stadium will be closed and fans are asked to come via Britannia Road or Marine Parade.
"We understand fans will be disappointed if they don’t get a ticket, but if you haven’t got one the club asks that fans please stay at home.

"Access will be blocked and fans will not be able to view the event from the roadside due to road closures."