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Newcastle United Tickets

Newcastle United boasts a passionate fan base that is spread all over the world. In addition, the club has a long and successful history, which helps to boost their popularity. However, this all means that ticket prices can be very high, due to excessive demand.

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How buy Newcastle United tickets: home and away

Buy Newcastle United tickets with ease thanks to Ticket Compare. Use the table above to choose a game, then compare prices from trusted sellers. Buying tickets for Premier League games can be complicated. Read on for answers to frequently answered questions about how to buy Newcastle United tickets.


How much are Newcastle United tickets?

Tickets for individual games vary dependent on the seating area, though typically cost between £50-£100 per game. 

How much is a Newcastle United season ticket?

The price of a Newcastle United season ticket depends on various factors, including the age of the ticket holder as well as the requested seating area. Prices for a season ticket range from as little as £86 to over £1,000. 

Can you get Newcastle United tickets without membership?

The vast majority of Premier League clubs - including Newcastle United - require you to hold membership before you’re able to purchase tickets directly from them. However, you can obtain tickets for individual matches through Ticket Compare.    Membership to Newcastle United costs approximately £30.  

About Newcastle United

  Newcastle United Football Club is a renowned professional football club based in Newcastle upon Tyne. It was formed in the late 19th century through the merging of two separate teams; Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End. The club has played its current home ground, St James' Park, since forming in 1892.    The team is nicknamed "The Magpies" and plays in black and white striped shirts. Newcastle United has won six FA Cups and been runners-up four times, as well as winning the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup.   The club enjoyed success in the early years of their existence, dominating English football in the early 20th century. They were league champions three times in the between 1904-1909, before going on to win their first FA Cup in 1910.    They were one of the first clubs to be accepted into the Premier League after it was formed in 1992. The club has a rich history and were one of the most successful English clubs of the 1990s.  

Stadium information

  St. James' Park is Newcastle United's home stadium and the seventh largest football stadium in England. The stadium underwent a major renovation in 1998, taking the capacity from 37,0000 to its current capacity of 52,354   The Magpies have called the ground home for over 125 years, and it has been the stage for some of the club's most memorable moments, including Alan Shearer's unforgettable penalty during their 4-1 derby win against Sunderland in 2006.  In addition to hosting Newcastle United matches, St. James' Park has also been used for international fixtures, concerts and rugby matches.  

Honours and trophies

  The most successful period in the club's history was undoubtedly the 1990s, when they won the Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Cup. They also reached two other cup finals, but lost both times. There have been some other memorable moments along the way as well - here are the highlights:   The club has won four League Championship titles (1904–05, 1906–07, 1908–09, 1926–27), six FA Cups (1910, 1924, 1932, 1951, 1952, 1955), one Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (1969), and one Anglo-Italian Cup (1973).  

Team information

  Newcastle United has a long and storied history with many great players gracing the pitch for the Magpies. Some of the most notable players in Newcastle United player history include Alan Shearer, Tim Krul, and Kevin Keegan.   Alan Shearer is perhaps the most iconic player in Newcastle United's history. He scored 206 goals for the Magpies during his time at the club and is considered one of the greatest English strikers of all time. Shearer is also the top scorer in Premier League history, with 260 goals.   Sir Bobby Robson was a legendary manager for Newcastle United, leading them to some of their most successful seasons ever. He also managed the England national football team from 1982-1990.  


  One of their biggest rivals is Sunderland, located only 14 miles away from Newcastle. The rivalry goes back to the late 1800s, when Sunderland was a successful club and Newcastle was just starting out. The two teams have met over 150 times, with a strikingly even number of wins between them.   A newer rivalry for Newcastle is against Tottenham Hotspur. The clubs first met in 1905, with both teams drawing 1-1. Since then, the two teams have met over 150 times, with Tottenham Hotspur holding a higher win rate.