Southern Brave’s first home fixture of 2023 at The Ageas Bowl is on Friday 4 August when the women and men’s team take on Welsh Fire!
Your ticket gives you access to both the men’s and women’s matches on the same day, so make sure you get there for the first match!
Match day start times vary, so make sure you’ve looked at your ticket in the app to see what time the first match starts.
Tickets will appear in the app in early July 2023.
Click here to view The Ageas Bowl’s full Ground Regulations.
FOOD & DRINK
We’ve got a huge selection of food and drink stands at The Ageas Bowl, making sure to cater for all requirements. Most stalls will offer vegetarian and/or vegan options as well as gluten-free, alongside halal and kosher options.
Here is what is on offer:
- Angus Burgers
- Hog Roast
- Traditional Pasties
- Katsu Curry
- Fish & Chips
- Loaded/Street Fries
- German Sausage
- the famous Sanhja's built-in Punjabi cuisine
- Pick n Mix Sweets
- Ice Cream
A wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase at stalls around the ground.
Spectators can bring in food, a sealed soft drink up to 500ml, or an empty water bottle to fill at the water fountains. Please note, no alcohol can be brought into the ground, only alcohol purchased on-site may be consumed.
Water fountains will be available to fill water bottles up at the Hotel ends of the CIM and Shane Warne stands.
The venue is entirely cashless, so please ensure that you bring appropriate cards with you if you would like to purchase anything in the venue.
The Ageas Bowl operates a strict ‘Challenge 25’ alcohol policy and as such anyone deemed to look Under 25 will be asked to provide photographic proof of their age, prior to being served alcohol.
Please note that The Ageas Bowl is a cashless venue and only card payment will be taken.
The Ageas Bowl provides a free bicycle storage facility. Please head towards the roundabout and follow directions from our traffic operatives. All parking is subject to availability and on a first come first served basis.
Hedge End train station is less than 2 miles away, approximately a 35-minute walk from The Ageas Bowl and Hilton at The Ageas Bowl.
Southampton Airport Parkway station is approximately 3.5 miles from The Ageas Bowl and Hilton at The Ageas Bowl and services the Waterloo to Weymouth South Western Railway Main Line.
Free rail shuttle buses will be operating from and to Southampton Airport Parkway and Hedge End Railway Stations from 1 hour before gates open and to 30 minutes after the matchday has ended. Click here to find out more.
Find a train to either Southampton Airport Parkway or Hedge End for easiest access to the ground by clicking this link.
The roads around The Ageas Bowl are likely to be busy throughout The Hundred, so please allow plenty of time for your journey.
Parking must be pre-booked. To book your space, click here.
Please be aware that on-site car parking may be located a short walk away from the gate and the surface may be grass. Please follow the directions on your purchased car parking pass if you have pre-booked car parking.
On-site car parks will open 30 minutes before the scheduled gates opening time of the fixture, and will close 90 minutes after the match. Cars are not permitted to stay overnight.
Drivers on the day who have not pre-booked, please use Southampton Airport Parkway Station’s Multi-Storey Car Park. From here you can catch the Shuttle Bus to the ground.
There is no car parking in local residential areas. Supporters should use official transport routes or get dropped off at the venue.
To book a wheelchair or accessible ticket, contact 023 8047 2002 (option 2), 10am – 4pm, Monday – Friday, or email email@example.com to request a call back.
The Ageas Bowl has a number of wheelchair accessible areas available to be booked. These areas will be supported by a dedicated Matchday Steward and provide space for an essential companion to sit alongside. It should be noted that the vast majority of seats at The Ageas Bowl are not covered.
The Ageas Bowl provides blue badge parking and accessible bus services from local transport hubs. To arrange this, contact the phone number or email outlined above.
There are clearly marked accessible gates at all entrances, these entrances allow access to The Ageas Bowl’s famous berm, which provides a level surface around the entire ground.
Accessible lifts provide access to hospitality suites and the Roof Terrace and are positioned in the lobbies of the main stands, pavilion and hotel. Some areas of the ground, including pitch level, require navigation via a short flight of stairs.
There are Accessible Toilets located around the ground, at both ends of the Shane Warne and Ingleby-Mackenzie Stands, in the pavilion and at the Hilton End. For some matches these toilets are controlled by a RADAR key. If you have forgotten or do not have access to a RADAR key please ask an Information Steward or staff in The Ageas Bowl Store. A Changing Places Toilet can also be found in the Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie Stand concourse.
Assistance dogs are welcome at the venue.
The Contemplation Room is located in the Colin Ingleby Mackenzie Concourse.
Make sure you visit the on-site shop at The Ageas Bowl, located under the Shane Warne Stand, to get your Southern Brave kit. You can also get the kit online here, in The Hundred's Online Store.
Please note that The Ageas Bowl is a cashless stadium and only card payment will be taken.