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Free Open Day at St. James’ Park

Don’t miss the club’s Open Day at St. James tomorrow, Tuesday 11th August. As well as a first team training session featuring this summer’s new signings, the 52,000-capacity stadium will feature a dedicated ‘Fanzone’ behind the Leazes Stand. Operated by staff from the Newcastle United Foundation, the Fanzone will include face painting, a football speed cage, climbing wall and much more.

Eight lucky fans will then take on players in an on-field competition before the players take part in a private signing session for 100 members and season ticket holders who have won competitions on the Club’s official website,

The Fanzone will remain open following the session, with attractions and food and drink outlets closing at 2pm.

Open Day Map


ENTRY: Free of charge


9am – Fanzone (behind Leazes Stand) and East Stand gates open
9:45am – Foundation training session
10:15am – First team player introductions
10:30am – First team training session begins
12:20pm – First team training session ends
1pm – Competition winners’ signing session
2pm – Fanzone closes

Newcastle United will be providing coverage of Tuesday’s open day across the club’s digital channels. Follow @NUFC on Twitter or visit

Adult season tickets from £26.31 per game!


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    Well Buggar Me !!!!
    Just so happens me and the bairn will be flying in tomorrow ( at half past stupid time ) so this will work quite well. I just cant help myself !! although, as most who know me will confirm to any doubters I utterly abhor all that Mike Ashley is and has done to my beloved football club. I cannot in all conscience allow this opportunity to pass and deprive the bairn an experience to reinforce her sense of identity. It also gives her some ammo to use against the relentless army of other bairns who question why she supports Newcastle United and wears black and white striped shirts etc. ( they cant understand why she doesn’t wear the latest offerings from manure/citeh/skip rats/chelski or any other team “doing well”
    So I will park my “Auld Shitheed” principles to the side for the Greater Good !!! Mind though I have told her I wont be buying any shite and lining the pockets of the Fat Lad with a narcissistic mindset that would make Stalin blush
    Anyway I look forward to her seeing the shrine of my youth, just in case Nero picks up the fiddle !!!
    As ever peace from Dublin

  2. Matt Flynn says:

    Modern football really is shit.