‘Origins’ – New Hospitality Suite for St Mary’s

NEWS: This evening myself and Leon were kindly invited once again back to the club. And what we are about to announce will i’m sure be great news to many of you. The club will be creating a feature wall within a new hospitality lounge that contains artefacts and stories of Southampton Football Club. These elements will need to be focused around the first 20 years of … Continue reading ‘Origins’ – New Hospitality Suite for St Mary’s

TSP ‘Total Recall’ – Glenn Cockerill

We are pleased to announce our next former player interview with our good friends from Total Saints Podcast. Glenn Cockerill will be joining us on the 21st March to record ‘Total Recall’ with Ben Stanfield, Will Dawe & Leon Burton – Please send all questions using the link below #SaintsFC Any questions you wish to offer to the podcast please email them through to will.dawe@gmail.com Continue reading TSP ‘Total Recall’ – Glenn Cockerill

Memories are wonderful – By Stan Faulkner

Memories are wonderful that we have in life and Cherish Forever. Being a kid and imagining you are your Favourite Player and Scoring The Winning Goal At Wembley in The FA Cup Final or Saving a last minute Penalty, if you were in Goal. I dreamt of playing for Southampton Football Club but unfortunately I never had the ability to do so. The next best … Continue reading Memories are wonderful – By Stan Faulkner

The Collapse of a shed on the Antelope

For the Saints’ second season in the Southern League, they remained at the Antelope Ground, with the league season following a similar pattern as the previous year, with the Saints finishing third behind Millwall and Luton Town.[31] The highlight of the league season was the visit of Millwall on 21 March 1896 when a crowd of 8,000 saw the Saints defeat the reigning champions 2–0, with goals from Charles … Continue reading The Collapse of a shed on the Antelope

George Harvey Muir (1869–1939)

G.H Muir was a schoolteacher who later became headmaster at Mount Pleasant School. He continued to play for St. Mary’s until 1889, after which he became a referee. He refereed an Amateur Cup final and served the Hampshire F.A. for many years. In 1915, he became a director of Southampton Football Club, remaining with the club until 1936. He was also captain of the Deanery Cricket Club … Continue reading George Harvey Muir (1869–1939)