Newcastle United Stadium Tour
Newcastle United Stadium Tour

Newcastle United Stadium Tour

A stadium tour of St. James’ Park in Newcastle is a unique and thrilling experience for any football enthusiast. The tour starts by taking you through the history of the club, including its early beginnings and significant moments throughout its existence. You will then get a glimpse of the trophy cabinet, which displays the club’s most treasured awards, such as league titles and FA Cup wins.

One of the highlights of the tour is undoubtedly the changing rooms, where you can step into the shoes of your favourite players and see where they prepare for the game. The tour continues with a visit to the dugout and a walk through the tunnel, where you can imagine the roar of the crowd as you step onto the pitch. Finally, the tour concludes with a visit to the club’s museum, where you can see even more memorabilia and artefacts that showcase the rich history of Newcastle United. Whether you are a lifelong fan or a newcomer to the sport, a stadium tour of St. James’ Park is an unforgettable experience that offers a unique glimpse into the world of professional football.

Where can I book tickets for the Newcastle United Stadium Tour?

Tickets are available to purchase on the clubs website and are also available to purchase in the clubs main store.

You will be taken around the marvellous ground by expert tour guides, getting a deep look into the club’s proud heritage. Whether it’s walking through the player’s tunnels or sitting in your favourite superstar’s seat in the changing room, this tour has it all. You will also be taken to the highest point of the stadium, where you can take in all that Newcastle has to offer. You will even get a look at the executive boxes where the proud owners of Newcastle sit each match day!

Newcastle United FC Facts

  • St. James Park has been the home of Newcastle United since 1892.
  • Since their establishment, they have won 4 league titles and six FA cups, making them one of the most successful English clubs ever!
  • The club was originally formed by merging two older Tyneside clubs, Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End.
  • The signing of Alan Shearer in 1996 was the world’s largest transfer fee at the time, at £15 million! The clubs own record was broken in 2005 when they signed Michael Owen for £17 million.

Stadium tours are available 7 days a week, excluding match days. There are private group tours available for up to 30 people also 7 days a week at selected times only, booking early is advised as these are very popular, so it would be a shame to miss out on the day you wish to attend. Each lasts around 90 minutes, but please allow longer as with larger groups it can run on it later.

Newcastle United Football Club, also known as the Magpies, is one of the most historic football clubs in England. Founded in 1892, the club has a long and storied history, with a loyal fanbase and passionate supporters.

Newcastle United has won numerous trophies and accolades throughout its history, including four league championships, six FA Cups, and a UEFA Intertoto Cup. The club has also produced some of the most talented footballers of their time, such as Alan Shearer, Kevin Keegan, and Peter Beardsley, who have left a lasting impact on the club and its supporters.

St. James’ Park, the home ground of Newcastle United, is one of the largest stadiums in England, with a capacity of over 52,000. The stadium is known for its electric atmosphere, particularly during derby matches against local rivals Sunderland and Middlesbrough.

  • Adult tickets are £15
  • Children and concession from £8 to £12
  • The train station is less than a 10-minute walk from the ground.
  • There is a car park with free disability parking.

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