Southampton tickets selling fast

There are less than 100 tickets remaining for City’s fourth round Carabao Cup trip to Southampton on Tuesday 20 December 2022 (7:45pm KO).

Supporters are encouraged to purchase tickets at the earliest date possible to avoid missing out on what is set to be an historic occasion for the Imps. 

Due to the layout of the stadium and feasibility of opening another section for away supporters, the club will only be able to request a further allocation if tickets have sold out by Friday 9th December and is subject to anticipated demand.   

City have already sold over 1,500 tickets since they first went on sale less than two weeks ago.

The Imps reached the fourth round of the competition for the first time since the 1960’s with wins at Doncaster Rovers, Barrow and Bristol City.

Match tickets are available for general sale and can be purchased HERE.

There are also still seats available for the Red Imps Travel Association coaches heading to Southampton, which can be purchased HERE.

Ticket prices

Southampton (A) 

 General sale

On the day


Ticket Only

Ticket & Travel






Under 18




Further details

Subject to availability, tickets will be available to purchase on the day from St Mary’s Stadium.

Southampton are offering six accessible parking spaces onsite at the stadium for any of disabled supporters who require one. Please contact City's ticket office in person to reserve a space.

As per the ground regulations, under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Southampton have provided six pairs of wheelchair and enabler tickets. Wheelchair users will be priced at the relevant age category, with the enabler admitted free of charge. 

Any tickets not collected by Monday 19 December will be sent to Southampton for collection on matchday from Ticket Office 3 - which will open around three hours prior to kick-off.

Online sales deadline 

Pay on the day 

Monday 19 December at 3.30pm

Pay on the day - subject to availability

Click HERE for the Imps' ticketing website.

Please note this article has been amended following the recent date change - click HERE to read more.