There have been more Newcastle United live TV matches announced on Friday afternoon.

Today was the scheduled date  when Premier League and broadcasters were set to announce the Newcastle United live TV matches that have been chosen for December and January.

Seven games had previously been announced for the early part of this season with Burnley away the only one of those still left to play/show.

Now we have had four more chosen for December and January, meaning five Live TV matches before the end of January 2019.

Predictably, three of those announced today are against ‘big six’ clubs – Man Utd and Man City at home, plus Chelsea away. Whilst Wolves at home was also chosen.

Ones that you fancied might have been chosen but weren’t, include Liverpool away and Fulham with Mitro’s return just before Xmas.

The NUFC PL schedule until end of January 2019:

Monday 26 November 2018 (Sky Sports_

Burnley v Newcastle (8pm)

Saturday 1 December 2018

Newcastle v West Ham (3pm)

Wednesday 5 December 2018

Everton v Newcastle (7.45pm)

Sunday 9 December 2018 (Sky Sports)

Newcastle v Wolves (4pm)

Saturday 15 December 2018

Huddersfield v Newcastle (3pm)

Saturday 22 December 2018

Newcastle v Fulham (3pm)

Wednesday 26 December 2018

Liverpool v Newcastle (3pm)

Saturday 29 December 2018

Watford v Newcastle (3pm)

Wednesday 2 January 2019 (Sky Sports)

Newcastle v Man Utd (8pm)

Saturday 12 January 2019 (BT Sport)

Chelsea v Newcastle (5.30pm)

Saturday 19 January 2019

Newcastle v Cardiff (3pm)

Tuesday 29 January 2019 (BT Sport)

Newcastle v Man City (8pm)

These are the games that have been shown so far via live broadcast for NUFC this season:

Saturday 11 August

Newcastle 1 Tottenham 2

Saturday 18 August

Cardiff 0 Newcastle 0

Sunday 26 August

Newcastle 1 Chelsea 2

Wednesday 29 August

Nottingham Forest 3 Newcastle 1 (League Cup)

Saturday 1 September

Man City 2 Newcastle 1

Saturday 6 October 5.30pm

Man Utd 3 Newcastle United 2

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

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  • Steven05

    If we win every game 8-0, or lose every game 8-0, I’m not sure what difference it will make while he’s here

    Sorry for the negativity, it’s just how I feel now – until he’s gone

    • Leazes.

      True its Not Newcastle United Football Club anymore….

      A ‘club’ is its people not one individual…..so that word can go…. NUF

      The geographic location of operation is the same but It is owned by someone in Burnham who holds its money in Derbyshire so the Newcastle bit can go….UF

      It isn’t ‘United’ in any sence between the City and its people and the ‘modus operandi’….so you can take that bit out….F

      Rafa parks a bus….. so you can take the football bit out.

      ….Told you there was nowt left to asset strip!

      • Mrkgw

        Priceless 😂

      • Gareth Jones

        Haha! Quality!

      • nufcslf

        So bloody true, it’s just not funny.

    • Carverlier football

      Exactly. Let’s get rid of him then!

    • nufcslf

      He has created his own negativity. Deserves far more flack than he does get for taking the pysh for over a decade.

  • Toontaff

    Mpore money for Mike, with all our lot enjoying watching us losing on t!