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Newcastle vs Bournemouth is always an exciting fixture, between two top flight teams.

Newcastle are one of the most successful clubs in England, with numerous FA Cup & League title wins under their belts. Bournemouth – whilst not as successful as Newcastle – have made phenomenal progress in recent years, gaining promotion to the Premier League for the first time during the 2014-15 season.

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Newcastle was founded in 1892 by merger of Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End. They have played at their current home ground, St James' Park, since their formation. The club boast an extensive list of honours, including 6 FA Cups, 4 League titles, and 1 FA Charity Shield.

Newcastle United has a long-standing rivalry with Sunderland, with whom they contest the Tyne-Wear derby. The team also has rivalries with other major Premier League clubs, such as Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.

St. James’ Park

Located just a ten minute walk from Newcastle Central Station, St James’ Park is one of the most iconic stadiums in the Premier League. With a current capacity of over 52,000, St James' Park offers a breathtaking view from any point within its four stands and a truly unique matchday experience.

The atmosphere inside the stadium can be electric on match days, undoubtedly contributing to Newcastle’s intimidating home win record.


Bournemouth was founded in 1899 as Boscombe, before adopting their current name in the early 1970’s. They’ve played at their current home ground, Vitality Stadium, since 1910.

Bournemouth’s biggest rivals are arguably Southampton, with Portsmouth, Reading and Brighton also serving as rivals.

Vitality Stadium

Located just a 15 minute walk from Pokesdown Station, Vitality Stadium is one of the smallest stadiums in the Premier League, with a capacity of just over 11,000. It’s widely regarded for its intimate atmosphere, allowing all spectators an up-close view of the action.

The stadium has seen a number of redevelopments over the years, notably in 2001 when the ground was completely rebuilt. Given the huge demand for tickets, Bournemouth have been considering the construction of a new stadium for several years, though construction plans are currently on hold.