Revealed how many tickets left for Newcastle United games against Huddersfield and Burnley
Newcastle United face two key relegation six-points in the next five days at St James Park.
Huddersfield and Burnley are the visitors and if Rafa’s players can get six points, it will go a long way towards ensuring safety.
The support of the fans could be crucial…
So what are the likely crowds for the two games?
Well it is good news / bad news time.
The good news is that it is looking as though it could be sold out on Saturday.
Only a few hundred tickets remain unsold around St James Park, for a game that is likely to see Miguel Almiron’s home debut, either from the start or the bench.
The 49,266 who turned up for the Bournemouth game in November is the current lowest St James Park Premier League attendance this season at the minute (all home attendances in the Premier League shown below).
However, that record low for the season is looking almost certain to be beaten.
The club’s official ticketing site is showing over 5,000 tickets remain unsold for the visit of Burnley on Tuesday night. Not great news for such a massive game.
Newcastle United sent an email to season ticket holders revealing that for this Burnley match, tickets have been slashed as low as £15 for adults and £5 kids for tickets in Level 7.
As for away games:
2 March – West Ham is sold out
16 March – For Bournemouth there are 290 tickets still unsold, season ticket holders with 90 loyalty points can buy at the moment
1 April – There are 2,000 tickets still on sale for Arsenal, season ticket holders needing 10 loyalty tickets to buy at the minute
The crowds so far at St James Park this season have been:
51,749 v Tottenham
51,791 v Chelsea
52,165 v Arsenal
51,523 v Leicester
50,329 v Brighton
49,157 v Watford
49,266 v Bournemouth
51,853 v West Ham
50,223 v Wolves
51,237 v Fulham
52,217 v Man Utd
49,864 v Cardiff
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