The Sunderland v Newcastle tickets are now on sale to United fans.

In the first instance season ticket holders who have 100 or more away loyalty points can purchase them.

Steve McClaren and his team travel to the Stadium of Light on Sunday 25 October (12 noon kick-off).

The United Head Coach attempting to change a disgraceful run of results and performances overseen by Alan Pardew and John Carver.

At the moment 100 loyalty points are required for supporters to buy a ticket, with then a drop to 95 loyalty points from this Thursday (1 October).

Then the next day (Friday 2 October) those fans with 90 loyalty points can buy tickets, if there are any still unsold.

If any remain beyond that then the club will make a further announcement on the next band(s) of qualifying points.

One ticket per fan (with the right number of points) – tickets priced £39 for adults, £26 for seniors (aged 65 and over) and £15 for juniors (under 16s).

To buy tickets, visit the club website here or you can call 0844 372 1892 for further info.

The club are also once again running the ‘free’ coaches with places costing £4 per person (money to an unspecified charity).

With the club releasing the following statement:


Newcastle United are once again providing transport to the Stadium of Light for supporters who have purchased a ticket for the fixture at Sunderland on Sunday, 25th October (noon kick-off).

The cost per supporter will be £4 with boarding at St. James’ Park from 9.30am for a 10am departure.

Supporters are encouraged to use the coaches to travel to the game as it assists local police to manage the arrival and departure of Newcastle supporters attending the game.

The Club will still be paying the full cost of the coaches, however all monies raised by the Club by levying this charge will be paid to a chosen Newcastle United charity.