Saints at the Snows stadium
Southampton FC Men's B team and Southampton FC Women play their home matches at the Snows Stadium. These include league games and international matches.
So, to get your fill of Premier League 2 quality and FA Women’s National League Southern Premier football when the Stags are not playing at home, check out the fixtures for both teams and come support our friends from Saints FC.
Saints B Team
Southampton FC's B team and Academy - or Saints B and Academy - is the youth organisation run by Southampton FC to encourage and develop young footballers in the south of England.
World-renowned players such as Gareth Bale, Theo Walcott and Alan Shearer all began their football careers at this academy.
The team, made up of Under-23 and Academy players, is effectively Southampton's second-string side but is limited to only fielding a maximum of three outfield players and one goalkeeper over the age of 23 in any given match, following the introduction of new regulations from the 2012–13 season.
They play in Premier League 2, Division 2. The team also competes in the EFL Trophy, Premier League International Cup, Premier League Cup and the Hampshire Senior Cup.
SOUTHAMPTON FC WOMEN
In 2016 Southampton FC, started their first competitive senior women's team. The increasing popularity of Southampton FC's women's team mirrored the growing profile of women's football in the UK. With the club's Regional Talent Centre, a Southampton Under-16 team was formed, and an Under-21 side in May 2017. Unfortunately, In March 2018, Southampton unsuccessfully applied to enter the FA Women's Championship (Tier 2). But that didn't hold them back!
In July 2018, the club appointed former England international Marieanne Spacey-Cale as head of Women's and Girls' Football. Spacey-Cale has 91 senior England caps. In June 2018, the senior team was listed for the following season's Southern Region Women's Football League First Division South.
In the 2018–19 season, the club played in the Southern Region Premier Division and won the title with a perfect record of 18 wins, earning promotion to the FA Women's National League Division One. They also beat Oxford City Women in the League Cup Final, to achieve a domestic Double.