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Buying Newcastle United Tickets Getting Tricky

8 years ago
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It is a real honour St.James’ Park hosting the Olympics but  for the best part of two weeks make sure you don’t have a wasted journey up to the ground.

To purchase Newcastle United related tickets (including season tickets) don’t go to the St.James’ Park ticket office on days when Olympic football matches are taking place (dates below). Instead you’ll have to visit  nufc.co.uk or  call 0844 3721892.

The Box Office will be open as normal at the club store level one on days when no Olympic matches and following the final Olympic game to be played at the stadium.

On Olympic match days the Box Office will be open 6 hours before and up to one and half hours after games BUT ONLY for Olympic tickets, not Newcastle United ones.

Tickets for the group stage matches cost £20, £30 and £40: for the quarter finals, they cost £20, £40 and £50; children under 16 can pay their age, and there are £16 tickets for people aged 60 and over: tickets are day tickets, so on the days when there are two games, the tickets allow the ticket-holder to see both matches.

26th July Olympic football matches kick-off at St.James’ Park starting with a double header (Men’s – 2 Matches): Mexico v South Korea (2.30pm) Gabon v Switzerland (5.15pm)

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27th July Newcastle play Olympiakos in the first of their two matches in a three-sided tournament at the Algarve Stadium near Faro, kick-off 7.45pm (UK Time). (Live On ESPN)

28th July Same venue as the night before but this time United face Braga with kick-off once again 7.45pm (UK time). (Live On ESPN)

29th July (Men’s – 2 Matches): Spain v Honduras (5pm) Japan v Morocco (7.45pm)

31st July (Women’s – 2 Matches): Canada v Sweden (2.30pm) France v Colombia (5.15pm)

1st August (Men’s – 1 Match): Brazil v New Zealand (2.30pm)

1st August Newcastle United Reserves play Gateshead (International Stadium) Kick-Off 7.30pm

3rd August (Women’s – 1 QF Match)

4th August (Men’s – 1 QF Match)

4th August Newcastle travel to Tim Krul’s old club Den Haag for pre-season friendly (4pm kick-off – UK Time)

10th August The draw is made for the Europa League fourth qualifying round, which is the stage when Newcastle will start their European campaign.

11th August Newcastle United play a friendly at Cardiff City kick-off 3pm.

18th August Premier League kicks-off – Newcastle v Spurs 5.30pm (Live On ESPN).

23rd August The first leg of the Europa League fourth qualifying round.

25th August First away match – Chelsea v Newcastle 5.30pm (Live On ESPN)

30th August The second leg of the Europa League fourth qualifying round.


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