It’s something us Brits have apparently become renowned for - our love of queueing.

There seems to be nothing we like more in old Blighty than to form an orderly queue. Our deeply ingrained single file etiquette ensures there’s no pushing in as we slowly shuffle into the momentarily vacated space in front of us.

Whether popping to the bank, nipping in to the supermarket or even going to the cinema; the likelihood is that we will find ourselves in a line.

One place in Southampton which often saw snaking queues was the former home of Saints - The Dell.

Over the years The Daily Echo snapped dozens of die-hard fans who braved the chill to get their consequently cold hands on tickets.

Some camped in tents on the concrete, some adorned themselves with blankets, while others stood eagerly awaiting their next available shuffle up the pavement.