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St James' Park has always been one of the standout stadiums in the Premier League but things have been taken up a notch in recent seasons thanks to Newcastle United's return to prominence following the Saudi acquisition of the club.
The Magpies' dramatic improvement on the pitch since the takeover has seen St James' Park once again become a fortress and, as a result, Newcastle United tickets are once again very hard to come by.
Whether you are on the lookout for Premier League tickets or UEFA Champions League tickets to watch Eddie Howe's team in action then we have you covered. Below, is a fan-led, regularly updated and all-encompassing guide on how to purchase all types of Newcastle United tickets from single matchday tickets to hospitality packages and everything in between.
Newcastle United tickets & prices at St James' Park
Newcastle United season tickets: Pricing, availability
The only way to guarantee a match ticket for every single Newcastle game at St James' Park is to purchase a season ticket. All season tickets were sold out for the 23/24 season and the club don't operate a waiting list, meaning that season tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis each summer should any become available.
Prices of season tickets rose by 5% for adults for the 2023/24 season but Newcastle still have some of the cheapest season ticket prices in the Premier League. The cheapest season ticket at St James' Park for an adult costs £438 while the most expensive is £852.
Newcastle United matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability
If you don't have a season ticket, then you will have to buy matchday ticket on a game-by-game basis. Purchasing single-match tickets can be tricky at Newcastle with the vast majority of matches going to a ballot to allocate tickets. In order to be eligible for the ballot, you need to be a member of the club with only a small number of games going to general sale.
Should you be successful in the ballot, then you will be presented with the opportunity to purchase home tickets. Ticket prices differ based on the category of the game and whereabouts in the stadium you want to sit. For Category A fixtures – those against the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City – adult tickets range from £32-70 while junior tickets range from £17-38.
Do I need a membership to buy Newcastle United tickets?
Technically speaking it isn't essential to have a membership to buy Newcastle United tickets, however, having one significantly increases your chances of getting tickets. The ticket sales process for each home game follows the same pattern – members are invited to enter a ballot for tickets and those who are successful are then given the opportunity to purchase tickets.
If any tickets are left remaining after the member's ballot then members are then given another opportunity to purchase tickets, this time directly via the online Newcastle ticketing platform where any remaining tickets will be listed. It is only after this stage that non-members are able to purchase tickets but it is very rare that it ever gets to this point.
How to get a Newcastle United membership?
Newcastle United memberships can be purchased via the club's official website. Unlike other clubs, Newcastle don't have various levels of membership. Instead, they have one membership type for adults for the 23/24 season which costs £37 and one membership for junior supporters which costs £20.
Newcastle United seating plan at St James' Park
Newcastle United hospitality tickets
As one of the biggest stadiums in the Premier League, St James' Park possesses several hospital areas. In total, there are 12 hospitality areas scattered around the stadium with each one offering a unique experience to ticket holders. The most prestigious hospitality package at St James' Park is the executive boxes while at the other end of the scale is Shearer's Bar. The full list of hospitality areas is as follows:
- Executive boxes
- The Rooftops
- Joe Harvey Suite
- Sir Bobby Robson Suite
- Heroes Club
- Moncur Suite
- Four Corners
- Magpie Club
- The Barracks
- Park Grill
- Shearer's Bar
Full details on what each package entails can be found via the hospitality section on the official Newcastle United website.
Newcastle United tickets FAQs
How to get to St James' Park at Newcastle United
Getting to St James' Park is far easier on public transport as opposed to driving. The stadium is situated in the middle of Newcastle city centre so can be a pain to get to if driving due to a combination of match and city centre traffic.
If you are travelling by car, then head down the A1 North before converging on to the A184 towards Newcastle. Once you are in Newcastle city centre, you will be able to see the stadium, at which point start looking for a car park. There are plenty but they do fill up quickly so arrive early.
A far easier way to get to St James' Park is to take the train. Newcastle Central Railways Station is accessible directly from most major railway stations in the United Kingdom and is situated just half a mile away from the stadium.
How can I get Newcastle United away tickets?
To get a Newcastle United away ticket you will need to be a season ticket holder at St James' Park. Tickets for away matches are released in a staggered fashion with season ticket holders with the most loyalty points being offered them first before that number is continuously reduced until all tickets are sold out. Season ticket holders obtain loyalty points by attending away matches.
How can I get cheap Newcastle United tickets?
The best way to get cheap Newcastle United tickets is to attend low-category games. Matches against the likes of Luton Town and Bournemouth have cheaper ticket prices than matches against Manchester United and Liverpool. Another way to get cheap tickets is to purchase tickets high up behind each goal. The most expensive seats are low down close to the halfway line so avoid these areas if you are looking for a bargain.
How can I do a stadium tour of St James' Park?
Stadium tours of St James' Park can be booked via the club's official website. There are different types of tours available to supporters from classic tours where attendees can walk through the tunnel at St James' Park and visit the dressing rooms to rooftop tours where guests get a birds-eye view of the hallowed turf and the Newcastle skyline from the roof of the stadium.
How to watch Newcastle United at home
If you can't get tickets for Newcastle United fixtures then all is not lost. Premier League matches are broadcast live throughout the season in the United Kingdom on Sky Sports and TNT Sports. As one of the biggest teams in the division, Newcastle feature heavily so you will rarely miss a game providing you have a subscription to both services.