Throughout the year, we fund raise, primarily to buy season tickets that can be used on a match by match basis by disabled supporters that are normally unable to get to see Saints play.  If you would like to be considered to use one of our season tickets, please fill in the Application Form. Please note that priority will be given to SDSA members (if you are not currently a member join for FREE here.


We would also like to help local groups with sponsorships, especially for the benefit of disabled people. The SDSA may consider sponsorship or donation applications from groups, organisations or individuals which provide benefits related to the aims of the SDSA being to promote awareness of the Association and/or support a disabled cause in the local community.

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Past and current sponsorship

In 2015, we were approached to sponsor a local football tournament arranged by Riverside Youth FC, and although not specifically benefiting disabled people, we thought it would be good publicity for the SDSA.  We also sponsored the tournament for the following 2 years, plus being the shirt sponsor for the U10s (which became the U11s and then U12s in the 2nd and 3rd years). The sponsorship stopped in 2018 when Riverside Youth decided to change sponsorship options. We wish them well.


Our current sponsorships are listed below.

SponsoredForAmountDonation
AFC StonehamTournament & Equip.£30005/18 - 05/19
Sholing FCPan Disability Team£30005/18 - 05/19
Fawley FalconsPan Disability Team £30005/18 - 05/19
Hamble Youth FCPan Disability Team Trophy£8005/18 - 05/22
Hamble Youth FCDisability Team Away Kit£20005/18 - 05/20
Romsey Old CadetReplacing Stolen Equip£100Donation

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The SDSA may consider sponsorship or donation applications  to promote, 
awareness of the Association and/or support a disabled cause in the local community
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