How to buy Newcastle United football tickets?
One of the most asked question on our customer service department is how can I get Newcastle United tickets? To help you answer this question we wrote down all steps below.
- Select the match you want to attend and click 'View Tickets'.
- Select the area you would like to sit within St. James' Park.
- Select the number of tickets you would like to purchase.
- Click on the green 'Buy' button.
- Complete the order form using your personal details.
- Don't forget to check all your information is correct.
- Click 'Make Payment'.
- The tickets are now yours!
St. James' Park
Barrack Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4ST, United Kingdom
St James' Park is the eight biggest stadium in English football. It's been used for football since 1880. NEwcastle United plays at St James' Park since 1892. The stadium has also been used for international football, rugby the 2012 Olympics and many other sport events.
Best way to travel to St James' Park
After booking your Newcastle United football tickets, it's time to find out how you can get to St James' Park. There are several ways how you get get to the stadium in Newcastle. If you live close to the stadium take the healthy route and go by foot!
St James' Park is located to the North West of Newcastle City Centre. It's a ten minute walk from Newcastle Central Station. Train from different areas go to Newcastle CS.
Newcastle upon Tyne is served by the Tyne & Wear Metro system; a light rail network with frequent services between Newcastle Airport, Newcastle city centre, the coast, major transport interchanges and destinations south to Wearside.
Newcastle upon Tyne has two major bus stations for local and regional services - Haymarket and Eldon Square. Both are located on Percy Street, a five-minute walk to St.James' Park. To reach the stadium, walk south west on Percy Street and turn right onto Gallowgate. St. James' Park will become visible on the right.
The Stadium postcode for your Sat Nav is NE1 4ST. The stadium is in close proximity to several main roads. There are a number of public car parks signposted on arrival to Newcastle city centre, but they are likely to be extremely busy on matchdays. That's why it's recommended to take public transport.
League Position Last Year:
Steve Bruce replaced Rafa Benitez as Newcastle United in the summer of 2019. Many Newcastle fans weren't too fussed about it, but so far, he's doing pretty good and fans are turning their opinions on him. Shortly after the takeover by the Saudis, Eddie Howe was announced as successor of Steve Bruce. Howe turned the team from a relegation fighter into a steady Premier League side.
Newcastle United transfers
Newcastle United is always active on the transfer market, especially after a rough season in the Premier League, they want to improve even further. In an attempt to keep improving and fighting against relegation they need to renew their squad. In this part we name all incoming and outgoing transfers for Newcastle United.
Main outgoing transfers
Main incoming transfers
Newcastle United Honours & Trophies
Newcastle United is a big club in English football. Newcastle is one of the biggest cities in England, so there is a massive opportunity for Newcastle to become one of the biggest clubs. This is a list with all trophies they've won.
First Division wins:
4 (latest: 1926/27)
Second division wins:
4 (latest: 2016/17)
FA Cup wins:
6 (latest: 1954/55)
Community Shield wins:
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
UEFA Intertoto Cup
The Tyne–Wear derby, also known as the North East derby, is a local derby between the association football clubs Sunderland and Newcastle United. The derby is an inter-city rivalry in North East England with the two cities of Sunderland and Newcastle just 12 miles (19 km) apart.
These clubs have gone head-to-head for Premier League titles, new signings and ultimately three points for years now. Both clubs had some really interesting battle in the Premier League.
Frequently Asked Questions about Newcastle United tickets
Where do away fans sit at St. James Park?
Away fans visiting St James’ Park are located in the upper tier of the Sir John Hall Stand, with a typical allocation of around 3,000.