We are pleased to announce the loan signing of Cameron Antwi on a youth loan from Blackpool.
Cameron will be joining Southport from 1 December to 17 January.
Cameron signed his first professional contract with Blackpool in July 2020 following a successful period in the club’s youth side.
The midfielder joined Blackpool in 2019 after coming through the ranks of Fulham’s Academy.
We have created a list of some of the most Frequently Asked Questions and the answers to them.
As outlined in our ‘Welcome Back’ video we will be publishing more information on arrival times, access points over the coming days and we ask that you regularly check the clubs social media channels ahead of all matches as this information may change.
I am a season ticket holder (STH) / member and I have seen on the website that I need to get a ticket for the forthcoming matches – do I need to contact the club?
No, when the club contacted you back in September, we allocated you the section of the stadium you requested. This will be displayed on your ticket. This ticket you have received is your ticket to access all matches at The Pure Stadium when fans are permitted.
I am STH / member. I have my ticket for the main stand with a seat allocated, how do I access the stadium?
Please arrive as normal using the pre allocated turnstiles. Stewards will check you have access to the main stand before allowing you past.
I am season ticket holder (STH) / member. I have my ticket for the terraced section of the how do I access the stadium?
Please arrive as normal using the pre allocated turnstiles. Stewards will check you have access to the section you are trying to access stand before allowing you past.
My friend sits nearby in the main stand can we sit beside each other at the matches.
No, all seats have been allocated as per individuals’ personal circumstances / social bubbles. All seats that have been allocated to STH , members or online purchases are marked with a green disc and seats that can’t be used have been taped up.
I have a ticket for the Pinetree Garden Terrace, and I am thinking if it rains that I will want to move to the Jack Carr stand for shelter – is this allowed?
No, migration around the stadium is only permissible for refreshments and to use the bathrooms. The Jack Carr stand will be blocked off at either end with stewards checking tickets for access.
I have a ticket for the Blowick End Of The Main Stand but it says it is closed?
It is the terracing that will be closed not the seating area.
Can I purchase a ticket at the stadium via the club shop or cash on the gate?
No, all tickets must be purchased online. If you’re purchasing a ticket for a friend on your account you can assign their name to support NHS Track and Trace.
Can I purchase a paper programme at the stadium?
No. Printed programmes are available to pre-order only and the deadlines for Farsley and Alfreton have passed. You can still order a pdf version via our online shop which will be mailed out ahead of the game if ordered by Midday for Farsley, or 9am for Alfreton.
Will paper copies of team sheets be available?
No, if you can please follow the clubs social media channels for this information.
I have a question that is not on this list?
Please e-mail email@example.com as opposed to contacting Port Chat.
Tickets for our first two games with fans allowed in the ground go on sale at 8pm tonight (Sunday)
We only have 40 seats available.
The “Away End” will be closed.
Our capacity is capped at 800 for the Farsley game on Wednesday and 1200 for game against Alfreton on Saturday.
Please watch the video before attending the game, it includes some helpful information to ensure you feel safe at the ground.
Ahead of the return of fans to The Pure Stadium on Wednesday 2nd December -v- Farsley Celtic we are releasing season tickets for all sections of the stadium.
We have very limited availability in the main stand and given the complexity of allocating seats you must apply by email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, section (Main Stand, Jack Carr or Pinetree Garden Terrace) your category ( adult, concession + any junior (12-17) or mini ports 11 and under).
E-mails must be received ahead of standard tickets going on sale . Requests will be attended to in the ordered in which they are received.
Instalment plans are not available for these tickets.
Please note these season tickets are strictly non refundable should Southport FC be unable to permit access to spectators at any point during season 2020/21.
Our Club Shop will not now be open on Saturday as originally planned.
We will be next open on Wednesday from 5pm-7.15 pm when supporters will be able to pick up any items ordered via click & collect along with the pre-ordered printed programmes for the games against Farsley and Alfreton Town.
There is still time to order a printed copy of the Farsley programme. The deadline is 8am Monday (30th)
We also have the reduced price home and change shirts now on sale online which can be posted out or ordered for click & collect.
No printed programmes will be on sale at either of the next two games.
We now have agreement with the National League that we can play our game against Farsley Celtic on Wednesday 2nd December with a 7.45pm Kick Off.
We have been given approval by our SAG to have 800 fans in attendance and this has also been agreed with the National League.
We will issue an update in respect of ticket sales and admission over the weekend.
We will revert to a 1280 capacity for the game against Alfreton Town on Saturday December 5th
We won’t be in a position to sell alcohol at either match next week outdoors.
The match will be streamed and streaming details will be online at 9am Saturday 28 November.
We can confirm that we have requested, along with Alfreton Town FC, to move our National League match from Saturday 28th November to Saturday 5th December.
Both teams are free on the 5th December due to the temporary suspension of The FA Trophy. The National League had provisionally approved the amended date and have now agreed to the switch.
This means we will have no fixture this coming Saturday.
James and Rob caught up via Zoom to update on the news about fans returning to tier 2 grounds.
There is still time to order a printed copy of the programme for the game against Farsley Celtic which has been provisionally pencilled in for Wednesday December 2nd with a 7.45pm Kick Off.
Orders have to be placed by 8am on Monday via our online shop.
The deadline for the Alfreton printed version has already passed and we are unable to obtain additional printed copies for this game.
The pdf version of all our matchday programmes remain on sale at all times.
In respect of the Government’s announcement that the Liverpool City region will be placed in Tier 2 we have agreed with Alfreton to move our fixture from Saturday 28th November to Saturday 5th December and with Farsley Celtic to move that match from 1st December to 2nd December – both these amendments are subject to National League approval.
We have submitted our Stage 5 protocols (playing with fans) to the League and our Safety Advisory Group. We will work closely with our partners to ensure we can facilitate fans for these matches, however, this is not a guarantee and we await approval of same.
We posted out uncollected season tickets and membership cards by 2nd class post yesterday (25/11/20)