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Luton vs Newcastle will be an exciting match up, as both teams have a long and storied history spanning many decades. Luton were formed in 1885, and Newcastle were created in 1892. Luton gained promotion to the Premier League in 2023, and Newcastle have played in the top flight since 2017. Luton vs Newcastle is a game you won’t want to miss, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base, who always create an electric atmosphere on match day.

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Luton Town FC were the first club in southern England to turn professional. They joined the Football League before the 1897-98 season and won their first major honour in 1988. The club has seen many legendary players over the years, who all made a huge impact during their time there.

Noteworthy players include Mick Harford, Brian Stein, Gordon Turner, Syd Owen and Kevin Foley.

Kenilworth Road

Luton have played at Kenilworth Road since 1905. The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 11,500, and is located in the district of Bury Park. It's named after the road which runs along one end of it, and is known for its unique entrance to the Oak Road End. Kenilworth Road has also hosted women's international matches, including the 1984 European Competition for Women's Football final.


Newcastle has seen a lot of success over the years. They have won four League titles, six FA Cups and an FA Charity Shield. They have been a member of the Premier League for all but three years of the competition's history.

Newcastle have seen many great players over the years, who are still seen as heroes to the fans. Notable names include Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley, Kevin Keegan, Jackie Milburn and Andy Cole.

St James’ Park

St James' Park has been the home ground of Newcastle since 1892, and used for football since 1889. St James' Park has a seated capacity of 52,305 and is the eighth-largest stadium in England. St James' Park has also been used for international football, the 2012 Olympics, rugby union World Cup, rock concerts and England test matches.