Geordies Aal Ower The World Map

Geordies Here, Geordies There….

The latest fan photos to go up on our world map of ‘Geordiers Aal Ower The World’ are thanks to Will who hails from Blyth. He has shared a couple of photos from his American travels, one from the New Orleans Mardi Gras and the other is following the Blues Trail in Mississipi.

The more observant of you will have noticed the world map at the bottom of our website homepage, to view the full version of the worldwide map including all the photos click here. This is part of our Mag Flickr Channel and is where any fans can have their own photos added to the map for the whole black & white world to see.

Check out all the photos on our Geordies Aal Ower The World Map! Just hover over any of the pins on the map to view the images.

We want to add you to our World Map of  Newcastle fans, send us (*)your photographs to photos@themag.co.uk  along with details of where and when they were taken and who is in the photo. We will then add them to our ever-more populated map of the world for Newcastle fans globally to enjoy.

Send us your photos from away matches, or from your holidays, or wherever you live – from Byker to Barbados and Whitley Bay to Bondi Beach.

6 comments
toon_teddy
toon_teddy

Three FA Cup wins?  I'm shocked.  No idea it was that low :(

MrDolf
MrDolf

Bolackburn sounds like a very painful injury

DavidDrape
DavidDrape

i personally aint got a problem the FA putting an award out for recognising wins against superior opposition as it could quite as well have been colchester v leeds etc. i think they maybe wanted to reflect that the FA cup is for all teams whoihc is just about is (i.e anyone who finishes in the top 10 of the EBAC northern league Div 2 can enter). I can see part of where you are coming from but again they just happen to pick Ronnies as an iconic personality due to the magnificent goal, however, the FA should be criticised for its uncaring response to 2 letters i have sent them about NUFC policy of actively not wanting to progress. This is so disrepsectful to everyone involved in the best competition in world football. Yet the FA do NOTHING. Pure scumbags

toonmad1956
toonmad1956

Even though it was 43 years ago and against Newcastle it was a cracking goal

LeazesEnder
LeazesEnder

In a way its an honour for Newcastle .... as we were considered the biggest Scalp that it has ever happened to...  in the history of the game....  The FA call it 'the Giant Killer Award'.....


....so there is the retort to all of those who say United aren't a big club!