Travel organisers have eased the fears of fans by insisting that Southampton supporters won’t miss their side’s big moment under the Wembley arch this Sunday.
Train companies are putting on extra transport to ensure fans will see the Saints compete in their first major final in 14 years this weekend, with Claude Puel’s men taking on Manchester United in the League Cup final.
More trains to and from the capital are being put on to help combat travel disruption ahead of the tens of thousands of Southampton FC supporters who will be descending on London this weekend.
South West Trains are adding two additional trains in the morning and two evening trains on Sunday.
Around 30,000 tickets were given to the club for the Wembley occasion in the sold out match. Thousands of fans who weren’t fortunate enough to get a ticket are still expected to travel.
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