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Friendly, Lively and Cosmopolitan
For a place with such a naval history, it lacks any real identity.
In a nutshell
It's worth spending some time here instead of taking a boat to somewhere else
The central multi-storey car park is very expensive; £8 a friend paid when she was there for a few hours!
When I was there (July 2012) we parked at the, slightly out of town, Leisure World, West Quay Road, Southampton SO15 1RE instead. Whilst there was a man in a box trying to take money we just said we were going to watch a film (which we were as well as go to the centre) and he let us go by and park round near the side of the cinema for free all day.
To walk to the centre from here head out to the main road, the A33, cross over towards Ikea and cut through the car park (there's a proper path) out to the next road , Harbour Parade, and you'll see The Quays shopping Centre and the old city walls (which are always good to explore). Then you're in the centre, easy. It takes about 15 minutes walking, it was 30+ degrees C when we were there so not fast walking.
Unique Suggestions: For the most up-to-date local car parking info visit the government website for alternatives within the city centre;
Written Aug 1, 2012
St Marys Stadium
League Play In
Red and white striped shirts, black shorts
Yellow shirts, blue shorts, yellow socks
St Marys just looks like the same as any of the other new breeds of Stadia that has built in the last few years, having said that the views are great as they are uninterupted.
Equipment: To watch the match the only equipment you really need is a good strong voice to sing your club`s songs and encourage the team and your eyes to actually watch the game, some people do take a pair of binoculars if they sit far from the pitch.
Apart from the above the club s encourage you to buy their merchandise to enhance your matchday experience, you can buy virtually anything from hats and scarfs to the full blown replica kit, which generally is updated annually.
Updated Sep 24, 2004