No Saints fan will be allowed to attend the Cardiff friendly
Posted On July 18, 2021
CARDIFF City have announced that no Saints fans will be able to attend the next pre-season friendly, which will be played in the Welsh capital on Tuesday, July 27.
The game at Cardiff City Stadium is one of two games for the Saints on a mini-tour of Wales, with another game against Swansea coming on Saturday the 31st.
However, that won’t give fans the opportunity to see Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men in person for the first time since the start of the new season after the Bluebirds announced tickets would only be available to home fans.
Under Covid regulations set by the Welsh government, Cardiff will only operate with a capacity of 8,000 inside the 33,280-seat arena – at a time when full English stadiums will be allowed.
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The match against the Championship team will be available to stream online, however, for £ 3.
The Saints squad are back in training at Staplewood now, as preparations for the upcoming preseason and Premier League season shift into high gear.