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Fundraising

Saints Foundation's work within the community is supported throughout the year by a range of unique and exciting fundraising events. If you're a keen cyclist, why not take on our Big Bike Challenge event, or if you'd prefer to sit back with an evening of laughs and entertainment, come along to our live audience gameshow, A Game of Two Halves! To find out more, click here.

Big Saints Quiz

October

Think you know everything about Southampton FC? Our Big Saints Quiz will test you on your knowledge of Southampton FC and general football trivia. Teams of four can take part in this event, with the winning team securing a unique Southampton FC prize!

A Game of Two Halves

November

A Game of Two Halves is our very own live audience gameshow! Join us, as we watch our Superstars team, featuring four of Southampton's first-team squad, take on the Legends team, featuring four ex-Saints, in a range of head-to-head challenges and question rounds. With special guest appearances, the chance to get your hands on some special Southampton FC memorabilia and plenty of laughs, you won't want to miss being part of the fun!

Saints Together Dinner

March

The Saints Together Dinner is an annual fundraising event, taking place at St Mary's Stadium. Guests will enjoy an evening of great food and top quality entertainment alongside inspiring stories about the work of Saints Foundation. Guests also have the chance to bid on unique Southampton FC experiences and memorabilia throughout the evening.

ABP Southampton Marathon

April

Join our team of runners at the ABP Half Marathon and 10K! Now an important part of the city's calendar, the event combines the best to see of Southampton and some undulating hills keeps it a tough but exciting course for all abilities of runners.

Big Bike Challenge

May

Big Bike Challenge 2018 will see riders cycling 230 miles from Manchester City's Etihad Stadium to Southampton FC for the last home game of the season, eclipsing the 196-mile journey from Stoke to St Mary's that the riders completed back in May 2017.