SEASON tickets for the 2024/25 Premier League campaign at St Mary's have already sold out, Saints have confirmed.

A number of renewals are being held until July 1 and could come up for grabs if they are not taken up by the current holders.

However, hopeful new season ticket purchases are being placed on a waiting list with no more availability for the upcoming season.

Seasonal hospitality remains available on a limited basis with supporters invited to contact the club's hospitality team for enquiries.

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Saints fans welcome their team to St Mary'sSaints fans welcome their team to St Mary's (Image: Stuart Martin)

What does Saints selling out of season tickets mean for supporters?

It does not mean every single seat will now be unavailable to purchase for the rest of the season. 

Due to the capacity of St Mary's being over 30,000 - officially recorded as 32,384 but lessened due to block closures - the club must provide visiting clubs with at least 3,000 tickets for away fans.

Premier League rules stipulate clubs must provide a minimum of 10 per cent of the stadium's capacity, or 3,000 if the stadium's capacity exceeds 30,000. These can then be returned if unsold.

It is also expected Saints must hold back around five per cent of the stadium's capacity for match-by-match sales - which will be available to purchase this season.

However, if there is increased demand, those sales may conclude among 2024/25 members before reaching general sales.

Tickets could become available for matches that are sold out via the club's ticket exchange, where supporters can sell their seat back to the club to receive store credit.

A season ticket is the only way to guarantee entry to each of Southampton's league fixtures on their return to the Premier League.

Should Saints go on to sell all the season tickets currently up for renewal, it will be record-breaking for the club in the Premier League era.