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Southampton F.C., also known as The Saints, is an English football club, which was founded in november 1885 as St. Mary's YMA. In 1898 the team moved to The Dell, where they had House Home for over 100 years. In 2001 , however, it was decided to move to St. Mary's Stadium, mainly because of the small capacity of The Dell.

The 2004/05 season ended in a minor key, then on the last round was lost by Manchester United. The profit of West Bromwich Albion FC meant relegation for Southampton. After a Bramble season could the club in 2006/07 reach the play-offs and lost on penalties there from Derby County . The following season, Southampton itself only on the last match day to secure after a home win over Sheffield United. This after a heart-stopping match.

As of 23 January 2009 Mark Wotte became the manager of Southampton. Dean Gorré was his assistant. Southampton had a debt of £ 30 million in april 2009, with which they were fined by the FA with 10 points deduction in the following season. After many speculations and rumors, the Swiss Markus Liebherr millionaire to invest in Southampton. Highlighted by the resignation of Mark Wotte, who assumed that he could go further as a trainer. The new coach of the Saints was Alan Pardew. The Johnstone's Paint Trophy was won under Pardew. The first prize since winning the FA Cup in 1976. Despite he had delivered excellent work, to everyone's amazement was Alan Pardew was fired in september 2010. According to the Board because the communication with the players was not good. Nigel Adkins became the new coach. He had to try to lead The Saints to the Championship. Adkins succeeded, after Southampton in the season 2010/11 finished in second place in the League One and are sure of promotion to the Football League Championship. The club did it in it so much that she immediately went to the Premier League.

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[hide]*1 Selection 2014/2015

Selection 2014/2015[Edit]Edit

Nr. Name Country Position
1 Kelvin Davis [1]

England

Goalkeeper
2 Nathaniel Clyne [2]

England

Defender
3 Maya Yoshida [3]

Japan

Defender
4 Morgan Schneiderlin [4]

France

Midfielder
5 Dejan Lovren [5]

Croatia

Defender
6 José Fonte [6]

Portugal

Defender
7 Rickie Lambert [7]

England

Attacker
8 Steven Davis [8]

Northern Ireland

Midfielder
9 Jay Rodriguez [9]

England

Attacker
10 Gastón Ramírez [10]

Uruguay

Midfielder
11 Dušan Tadić [11]

Serbia

Attacker
12 Victor Wanyama [12]

Kenya

Midfielder
13 Danny Fox [13]

Scotland

Defender
16 James Ward-Prowse [14]

England

Midfielder
17 Pablo Osvaldo [15]

Italy

Attacker
18 Jack Cork [16]

England

Midfielder
19 Graziano Pellè [17]

Italy

Attacker
21 SA do Prado [18]

Brazil

Midfielder
22 Calum Chambers [19]

England

Defender
24 Emmanuel Mayuka [20]

Zambia

Attacker
25 Paulo Gazzaniga [21]

Argentina

Goalkeeper
26 Jos Hooiveld [22]

Netherlands

Defender
27 Lloyd Isgrove [23]

Wales

Midfielder
31 Artur Boruc [24]

Poland

Goalkeeper

Palmares[Edit]Edit

1976
Finalist: 1976
2010

Southampton in Europe[Edit]Edit

  • 1R = first round
  • 2R = second round
  • 1/8 = 1/8th final
  • PUC = points UEFA coefficients
Season Competition Round Country Club Score PUC
1969/70 Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1R [25] Rosenborg Trondheim 0-1, 2-0 7.0
2R [26] Vitória Guimarães 3-3, 5-1
1/8 [27] Newcastle United 0-0, 1-1
1971/72 UEFA Cup 1R [28] Athletic Bilbao 2-1, 0-2 2.0
1976/77 Uefa Cup Winners ' Cup 1R [29] Olympique Marseille 4-0, 1-2 9.0
1/8 [30] Carrick Rangers 5-2, 4-1
1/4 [31] RSC Anderlecht 0-2, 2-1
1981/82 UEFA Cup 1R [32] Limerick United 3-0, 1-1 4.0
2R [33] Sporting Lisbon 2-4, 0-0
1982/83 UEFA Cup 1R [34] IFK Norrköping 2-2, 0-0 2.0
1984/85 UEFA Cup 1R [35] Hamburger SV 0-0, 0-2 1.0
2003/04 UEFA Cup 1R [36] Steaua Bucharest 1-1, 0-1 1.0

Total points for UEFA coefficients: 26.0

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See also participants UEFA tournaments England

Notable former players[Edit]Edit

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See thelist of players from Southampton FC for a list of players who played for the club.

Belgians[Edit]Edit

Dutch[Edit]Edit

English[Edit]Edit

Other[Edit]Edit

Ted Bates Trophy[Edit]Edit

The Ted Bates Trophy is a prize of the football club Southampton F.C.. The prize is named after Ted Bates, a former player, manager and Chairman and fought in a friendly match between Southampton and an international opponent.

Results

Date At home From Rash
26 January 2004 Southampton Bayern Munich 1 – 1
summer 2004 Southampton Chievo Verona 3 – 1
30 July 2005 Southampton RSC Anderlecht 3 – 2
July 29, 2006 Southampton Panathinaikos 1 – 1
28 July 2007 Southampton SS Lazio 2 – 5
August 1, 2008 Southampton West Ham United 2 – 2
July 18, 2009 Southampton AFC Ajax 1 – 4
2010 Southampton
2011 Southampton
27 July 2012 Southampton AFC Ajax 0 – 1

Winner

Club Winner Equal Runner-up
Southampton 2 x 3 x 3 x
AFC Ajax 2 x
SS Lazio 1 x
FC Bayern Munich 1 x
Panathinaikos FC 1 x
West Ham United 1 x

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