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Plymouth Argyle. Tottenham Hotspur. FC Augsburg. Standard Luik. Lille OSC. Norwich City. FC Bayern. Hull City. Since the s, when Southampton regularly challenged the best sides in the English league particularly in when they were league runners-up , there had been talk of the club relocating to a new stadium to replace The Dell due to the old stadium's cramped location which made it unsuitable for major expansion work.
When the Taylor Report on 29 January required all First and Second Division clubs to have all-seater stadiums by August , Southampton's directors initially decided to upgrade The Dell into an all-seater stadium which was completed in but speculation about relocation continued, especially as an all-seater Dell had a capacity of just over 15,; despite this, Southampton continued to defy the odds and survive in the new FA Premier League after After a lengthy and ultimately unsuccessful attempt to build a new 25,seater stadium and leisure complex at Stoneham , on the outskirts of Southampton , the city council offered the club the chance to build a new ground on the disused gas work site in the heart of the city, about one and half miles from The Dell.
The move was cited as the club returning home, because the club was formed by members of the nearby St. Mary's Church , as the football team of St.
Mary's F. The Saints have been in residence since August when they moved from The Dell , which for the final years of its life, held just over 15, spectators — less than half the size of the new stadium.
The stadium is a complete bowl, with all stands of equal height. There are two large screens at either end that can be seen from any seat.
The stadium has four stands, which are named after the areas of Southampton they face. The main east stand is the Itchen Stand, and faces the River Itchen.
The opposite stand is called the Kingsland Stand. Behind the south goal is the Chapel Stand, and to the north is the Northam Stand. At the rear of the Chapel, Kingsland and Northam Stands, there is a continuous, translucent 'panel' that is designed to allow light to access the pitch.
A large section of the roof at the Chapel Stand, at the southern end of the stadium is also translucent, for the same reason. At the rear of the Itchen Stand, there are 42 executive boxes, and a police control room.
The stand also houses the club's offices, changing rooms, press facilities and corporate hospitality suites. The four main hospitality suites are named after some of Saints' greatest players:.
The Northam Stand is home to the majority of the more vocal supporters, as well as visiting fans. Visitors can be given up to 4, seats 15 per cent of the capacity for cup games, and up to 3, for league matches.
Initially the club wanted the ground to be named purely after the sponsors , but fan pressure influenced the decision to include a non-commercial title.
In the new sponsor Flybe. The ground has an all- seated capacity of 32,,  including the press and directors boxes.
Because of the segregation between home and away fans in the Northam Stand, it is unlikely the full capacity will ever be reached for a competitive match.
The current record attendance was for the Football League Championship match between Southampton and Coventry City on 28 April , when 32, spectators attended.
When the club had lower league position this had a negative impact on attendances, although the visit of Exeter City on Boxing Day, in a League One fixture, attracted an attendance of 30, The overall average attendance for the league season was 20,, a near 3, improvement on the previous season despite being a league lower.
All stands, apart from the Itchen stand, can be built upon and expanded. Almost immediately, the statue was widely condemned by supporters due to it being out of proportion, and not an accurate likeness of the former club President.
The foot statue was made by sculptor Ian Brennan. Former chairman, Leon Crouch stated that he would help fund a replacement or remedial work, in association with the Ted Bates Trust, who were overseeing the collection of funds, commission and erection of the statue.
The statue was removed less than a week after its unveiling. The replacement statue, by sculptor Sean Hedges-Quinn , was unveiled on 22 March The St Mary's Stadium has hosted one full England international match, a 2—2 draw between England and Macedonia in October , while Wembley Stadium was out of action due to redevelopment and the Football Association decided that England games would be played at various venues around the country.
David Beckham and Steven Gerrard scored for England. There has also been an international between Japan and Nigeria. The game ended in a 1—1 draw.
Later in the group stage, they faced former champions Inter Milan and won The venue hosted two England under internationals.
The other was an international friendly against Norway's unders on 28 March The hosts beat the visitors 2 - 0 with goals from Daniel Sturridge on the ninth minute and Danny Rose on the fortieth minute with 18, in attendance.
Between Monday 1 June and Friday 5 June , St Mary's Stadium hosted a world record breaking match for the longest continuous football game ever played.
Players from Southampton-based charity Testlands Support Project played for hours straight, beating the previous record of hours.