Newcastle United sold out of season tickets this summer.

This has been revealed on Wednesday morning as the club announce Manchester City home tickets are set to go on sale.

NUFC say that the number of  season tickets sold for this season reached a level where no more could be sold.

This is due to an obligation to provide tickets for fans buying match to match.

Usually at this time of year you have half season tickets going on sale, with many fans taking up the chance as Christmas presents.

However, with the number of season tickets sold this summer, it means this time there will be no half season ones available.

Newcastle United official announcement:

Tickets for Newcastle United’s home Premier League fixture with Manchester City will go on sale to members from 10am on Thursday 30th November, the club has confirmed.

Pep Guardiola’s table-topping City side will visit St. James’ Park on Wednesday 27th December (kick-off 7:45pm GMT) for a festive fixture that will be shown live on Sky Sports.

With high demand anticipated, tickets are highly unlikely to reach general sale, meaning the only way to secure a match ticket for this fixture will be via the members’ priority period.

Due to the incredible support of Magpies fans, who committed to season tickets in huge numbers over summer 2017, half-season tickets will not be made available this winter.

Lee Charnley, Newcastle United’s managing director, said:

“Our fantastic fans ensured season ticket numbers reached almost 40,000 this summer.

“We made a decision to cap season tickets at this level, to ensure we could still make a fair proportion of tickets available to supporters on a match by match basis.”​

  • MichaelMaximusMoose

    Fatso`s named his price then, £350m

    • Leazes Ender

      Et Voila….. no debt…. told you all it was a work of fiction.

      • MichaelMaximusMoose

        you did at that

  • Leicester Mag

    And therein lies the nub of it. Fans loyalty allows Ashley to do as he pleases including setting an inflated price that will probably kill the deal. Great if the deal goes through, if not maybe time for some soul searching. No way back.

    • Leazes Ender

      It means we can never win unless the club is driven by ambition…. ‘loyalty’ allows failure…. the Chronicle sustains that lack of drive by bigging up the average (today great news Dummet is back) and a lack of drive by fans who turn up to avoid shopping keep the club in limbo….. it wont change unless a new owner pokes the dreary knuckle draggers withy a very sharp stick.

      • Little Pedro

        Don’t know whether you go to the match or not , but I have never sat next to anybody who was dodging the shopping, you go because it’s your club,

    • HarryHype59

      Hopefully, it won’t kill the deal. However, the more fatty gets, the less there will be for transfers!

  • Wor Lass

    Reminds me of that old tale about the two guys who finally arrive to fill two empty seats for the Boxing Day match. When quizzed as to where they`d been the rest of the season they shame-facedly admitted that their wives had bought the tickets in the summer and put them away for Christmas presents. I`d love to think that was a true story. It couldn`t have been me – my missus would never give fatty a bean, she`s well trained!

  • toonterrier

    I would like to know who bought my season tickets as I’ll want them back if wonder woman buys the club. The only way is up or if you’re a fat and greedy git down.