Join Club Southampton at Grand Café for Liverpool clash

By SFC Media time Thu 28 Jan Men's First team

There’s still a chance to secure Club Southampton hospitality for the visit of Liverpool on Saturday 19th March with our Grand Café package.

All stadium-based hospitality is now sold out, but you can upgrade your matchday experience by joining us at one of the city’s most stunning and historic restaurants before making your way to St Mary’s for the match.

Grand Café is a venue steeped in history located within a Grade II-listed building, South Western House. Once Southampton's grandest hotel, it was used by first-class passengers of the Titanic, with its history dating back to 1865.

You’ll enjoy an complimentary drink on arrival before sitting down for a three-course meal from a seasonal menu, with half a bottle of wine included for each guest.

It’s then off to St Mary’s, where you’ll be seated in the Itchen Stand as Saints and Liverpool go head to head.

The Grand Café package is available to book right now, priced at £175+VAT per person. To secure your place, contact the Club Southampton team on 02380 727 768 or by email at

Also now available is a special Mother's Day hospitality package for February's clash with Sunderland.

Please note that transport from Grand Café to St Mary’s and car parking is not included in the package. The package is only available to supporters with a history of purchasing tickets/hospitality since the start of the 2012/13 season. This is a pre-match hospitality package only and your seats in the stadium are general tickets.

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