Newcastle United FC fixtures 2019-2020
Newcastle, one of the most distinguished football teams in the Premier League, are back and hoping to challenge for European places and even silverware this new football season. Buy your Newcastle tickets and get ready to enjoy all the best English football as the team from the North-East of England compete in the Premier League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup. With the hugely experienced Spanish manager Rafael Benitez at the helm, spirits are high in the North-East, and fans are hoping for a strong showing in the Premier League this season. The Magpies can call upon the talents of players like Jonjo Shelvey, Kenedy, Mohamed Diamé and Joselu. So cheer on one of England's most famous, and well-supported football teams. Get your Newcastle United FC tickets and cheer on the Magpies!
Newcastle United FC history and rivalries
Founded in 1892, Newcastle United FC has spent 87 seasons at the top level of England football's top tier. The most successful period in Newcastle's history was between 1904 and 1910. In those years, the club won one FA Cup and three First Division (now the Premier League) titles. In the early years of the Premier League, Newcastle were highly competitive and seriously challenged for the title and silverware. Unfortunately, however, despite qualifying on numerous occasions for the Champions League, Newcastle United FC did not manage to win any trophies. In total, Newcastle have won four First Division titles (1905, 1907, 1909 and 1927), six FA Cups (1910, 1924, 1932, 1951, 1952 and 1955), one Charity Shield (1909) and the 2006 Intertoto Cup.
Newcastle United, F.C. has a long rivalry with another local team – Sunderland – making it one of the most exciting football derbies in English football. However, with Sunderland and Middlesborough no longer in the Premier League, Newcastle seem to be lacking local rivals. In fact, fans will be looking to the North-West for a local rivalry against long-time, but not local, rivals Manchester United. You can buy tickets for all of Newcastle's football matches here today at StubHub.
St James' Park - the home of Newcastle United FC
St. James Park, the official stadium for Newcastle United, F.C, is an all-seater venue with a seating capacity of 52,405, making it the third largest stadium in England. The stadium has been the home of Newcastle since 1892 and it has also served as a football venue for the 2012 Summer Games and numerous important international football matches and even Rugby World Cup matches in 2015. Get your tickets now to see Newcastle United FC in the awesome atmosphere of St James' Park.