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Newcastle United vs Leeds United Tickets

Newcastle United vs Leeds United Tickets

You’re not going to want to miss out on this upcoming Leeds vs Newcastle game. The two teams have a long-standing rivalry that has produced some memorable and intense matches in the past. Both teams have a passionate fan base, and the matches between them are often characterised by a lively atmosphere. 

To make sure you don’t miss this historic encounter, compare ticket prices below using our table and secure yourself some cheap Leeds vs Newcastle tickets.

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Leeds

Leeds United Football Club, formerly Leeds City FC, is a top-tier football team based in West Yorkshire, England. The club has a rich history of notable achievements, having won three English league titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup, and two Community Shields.
Additionally, Leeds United has a reputation for producing legendary players such as John Charles, who is widely regarded as the greatest all-around footballer from Britain, and Bremner, Lorimer, and Strachan, who are highly respected by the club's supporters.

Elland Road
 

Elland Road is located in the city of Leeds, West Yorkshire, and is the home ground of Leeds United since the club's establishment in 1919. The stadium has a modest seating capacity of 37,792, making it the 14th largest stadium in England. Over the years, it has hosted various football matches, including those for the England national team.
It has undergone several renovations over the years, including a major redevelopment project in 2006 that added a restaurant named Billy's Bar and the John Charles Stand, named after the legendary player.

Newcastle 

In 1892, Newcastle United was established by merging Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End. They have been a member of the Premier League for almost its entire history and have won several trophies, including four League titles and six FA Cups. 
The club has had many skilled players play at St James’ Park such as Andy Cole, Kevin Keegan, Peter Beardsley and Alan Shearer who famously helped the Toon to a 4-3 victory in a 2001 Leeds vs Newcastle game.

St James’ Park

St James' Park is a football stadium in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, and is the home ground of Newcastle United Football Club. It has a sizeable seating capacity of 52,305 and has been the club's home since 1892. The stadium has undergone several renovations over the years, with the most significant one completed in 2000.
St James' Park has also been a venue for the 2012 Olympics, rugby league Magic Weekend, rugby union World Cup, and various music concerts.

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