Southampton fixtures 2014/15: Saints start against Liverpool and former hero Rickie Lambert
Our comprehensive guide to all of the 2014/15 fixtures, plus a detailed look at some of the most important games of the season for your club
Wednesday 18 June 2014
The club enter the new season with a new manager in charge, and Ronald Koeman has the tough task of keeping the squad together after Mauricio Pochettino's departure to Tottenham
Here are some of the highlights from Southampton's fixture list to look out for:
Southampton will face Liverpool at Anfield on the 16th August
Southampton will play against Man City at the Etihad on the 24th May
Over the festive period
Southampton will play over the festive period Crystal Palace (A) on Boxing Day, Chelsea (H) on 28th December and Arsenal (H) on New Year's Day.
Full fixture list:
Premier League Fixtures 2014/15 club by club
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