Tickets are selling well for fans to attend the reunion for the 2004/05 Conference North title-winning team.

Supporters have the chance over the next few days to buy tickets in person or pick up pre-ordered tickets.

They will be available this Sunday (June 21) at 10.30am on the retail park side of Meols Cop playing field, where a fans’ team training session is taking place.

Tickets can also be bought or collected at the Trust in Yellow members’ meeting next Tuesday (June 23) in the main part of the Grandstand Bar between 7.30pm and 9pm.

Alternatively, tickets can still be bought by calling Colin Aindow on 07861416859.

There has been a good take up of the tickets so far and, due to the limited capacity of the Grandstand Bar, fans wanting to attend the reunion are asked to buy their ticket as soon as possible.

The reunion takes place on Sunday August 2 – a week before the new season kicks-off – and features a match between supporters and the championship team, before continuing in the Grandstand Bar with your chance to meet the players.

Event tickets are available for just £5, giving you entry to both the game, kick-off 2pm, and the post-match reunion, which will start from 4.30pm and includes a buffet at no further cost, a quiz and question and answer session with the players.

It also promises to be a really fun occasion, with the supporters’ team being managed by Richard Brodie and the event is designed specifically to give fans the chance to get involved.

The Trust has been delighted with the response from the players and manager Liam Watson, who have all been very keen on the reunion and meeting with supporters.

Source: Southport FC

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