SAINTS will be hosting their first ever One March open day today.

The One March Open Day in association with the Saints Disabled Supporters Association is a free event that gives fans the chance to meet some ex-saints, as well as take part in a days worth of activity.

St. Mary's Stadium will host the event, and the Saints Disabled Supporters Association aims to introduce fans and member of the public to activities and services they have available in the community, thanks to the clubs One March Equality.

The Association has hinted that some former Saints stars will be appearing for people to have their pictures with and meet.

Other activities during the day include an FA Cup Trophy replica which you can have your photo with, as well as the 1976 FA Cup open-top bus, a penalty shootout with the Saints Foundation, as well as face painters, a bouncy castle and a caricaturist.

All of this will help the SDSA to raise more funds and awareness for the work they do, and they work with the club to try and find ways to improve the experience for fans with disabilities.

There will be more than 30 community groups on hand also, giving you the chance to speak and learn from them.

Former Saints Captain Francis Benali is an ambassador for the SDSA, as well as player of the year 1998 goalkeeper Paul Jones.

The event will take place at the Virgin Media hub and Kingsland Concourse at the stadium, and will be free admission to all.