The Newcastle United Live TV matches have been announced for August and September.

Four of the seven games moved for live broadcast.

However, three of the four it is only the times that have changed, not the dates.

Details of all live choices below.

Almost immediately after the fixture release, the Premier League made their own announcement, stating when they intend to let us know the Live TV matches for each stage of the season.

They do admit that these dates are ‘approximate’ and at times last season they were revealed later than as advertised – but overall pretty much the dates were followed.

The first date to look out for was Friday 6 July, when the live matches for August and September have been revealed.

Then a few days before the season kicks off, we are set to find out on Tuesday 7 August what the live games are in October and November.

All planned dates are detailed below and the very final set of live dates is for the final matchday, all clubs will kick-off at 3pm on Sunday 12 May 2019, with the live games chosen after the 37th round of matches have been played.

The matches under threat were:


Saturday 11 August

Newcastle v Tottenham 12.30pm (Sky)

Saturday 18 August

Cardiff v Newcastle 12.30pm (Sky)

Sunday 26 August

Newcastle v Chelsea 4pm (Sky)

Saturday 1 September

Man City v Newcastle 5.30pm (BT Sport)

Saturday 15 September

Newcastle v Arsenal 3pm

Saturday 22 September

Crystal Palace v Newcastle United 3pm

Saturday 29 September

Leicester v Newcastle 3pm

Premier League official announcement – 14 June 2018:

With the release of the 2018/19 Premier League fixtures, supporters can begin their planning for the season ahead.

Fans are reminded that throughout the season there will be alterations to the fixtures.

Match dates can change for a variety of reasons, including live TV broadcast selections and to accommodate matches in European and domestic cup competitions.

For this reason, Premier League fixtures are always advertised as being subject to change.

Below are the approximate dates for when the announcements on matches that have been selected for live TV broadcast will be made.

Period of matches (then planned approx date of announcement):

Aug/Sept     6 July

Oct/Nov       7 August

Dec/Jan       12 October

Feb                12 December

Mar              25 January

Apr                22 February

May              5 April

MW38          After MW (Match Week) 37

  • Fisherking

    £1.1m per TV game last season more this season £4.4m at least garaunteed start of the season come on Ashley give Rafa the money

    • Monkseaton Magpies

      Rafa gets all the money we have please read the last two sets of accounts so no problem there it will be his.

      • Mark Potter

        But it won’t be paid until after the window is closed.

      • TheFatController

        Rafa’s Leaving, have you not heard ? Or do you not understand ‘I won’t renew my contract?’

        Actually, I don’t know why I’m asking you to try to understand the human nature of anyone …

    • TheFatController

      Rafa won’t get the money because he’s leaving next summer.

      He’ll accept that and see out his contract as a coach like the situation was for him at Madrid – just coach, don’t manage .

  • Monkseaton Magpies

    Yes first four games on T.V. so Joe Blogs not giving his £600.00 to the club will not make a dent in the £4.4m T.V. money. At least the T.V companies have faith in Newcastle even if the Mag does not. The good news is that no games and Monday or Friday and long may it continue.

    • TheNutJob

      are those the days you see your shrink

      • TheFatController

        They’d struggle to shrink his brain any smaller …

        • Monkseaton Magpies

          Brain fine all booked for Cardiff Palace and Man City enjoy your trip to the Merto Centre with your Gran.

          • Big Al 1967

            So how come you are already booked for these games when tickets are not on sale yet?

    • magpiefifer

      Get your facts straight – for a change – the only reason that NUFC feature so often in live matches is not the TV companies faith in us but the fervent support of so many fans creating good viewing figures.Many like me, who are staying away from SJP until the odious one leaves,are very thankful to get the chance to watch live games – even though it’s not the same as being at the ground.

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        You will have a long wait watching it on the telly as no one wants to buy us. You will be in a care home before we have a change of owner.

    • Paul Patterson

      Or, allowing disabled/house bound fans the chance to watch the team, you inconsiderate buffoon . .

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        Leaving at two in the morning for Cardiff and twenty to two in the morning for Palace happy days all sorted. Get a life and support the club.

        • SuperDesHamilton

          Get a life 😂 you only go to every game because you haven’t got a life.

          Bet you’re one of those proper boring football anoraks who talks about stats to the bus driver. Bet it’s a Saturday in the house fawning of football finances for you

    • Big Al 1967

      Yeah I am sure the ones planning to go Cardiff are absolutely delighted that it has been switched to a 12.30 kick off!!!

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        Travel over night not a problem support the team buzzing.