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St James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
Categories: Fun & Games, Sports Complexes
Take a guided tour of the 52,400-seat home of soccer club Newcastle United. You'll learn the history of this storied and locally-beloved franchise, venture to the highest point of the stadium, and visit the home dressing room, media suite, and dugouts. Book your tickets beforehand by phone or online. St James' Park was also used as a venue in the 2012 Olympics and will be a venue for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Try to get tickets if the team's in town when you are, though you might have to pay more than face value. Using our international travel planner, Newcastle upon Tyne attractions like St James' Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Came here in 2012 as a Chelsea fan and Newcastle has a reputation of lighting up St James' Park especially during big games - it didn't disappoint. Not sure about the quality of football seen there th... read more »
We saw Newcastle beat Norwich City 4-3 with two last minute goals! What a great atmosphere! Full house in this large stadium of 55,000. We took the tour and got to see lots of the place and the game w... read more »
Brilliant! Great tour of the stadium from Level 7 with the great views of the city right down to the dugouts at pitch side. Carole was a great tour guide, very professional and knowledgable. Would rec... read more »
Lucas van Middendorp
I was here with a group and we were guided trough this amazing stadium. The guide gave a lot of information and it was a nice experience to get a view over whole Newcastle when you are at the top. Altough I am not really into soccer, it gave me a really nice impression.
It's alright but suddenly they are relegated after Sunderland won today!! Get rid out of Mike Ashley as Kevin Keegan said he's not good enough as I'm serious! Newcastle United was a great club when Keegan was a manager the time before Mike Ashley buy the club from Sir John Hall. GET RID OF ASHLEY AS TIME MUST CHANGE TO IMPROVE A LOT BETTER!! Nice club though!! Finally, I feel sorry for Newcastle United and the fans as well.
Great stadium. Although not a lover of Newcastle football club, you can't knock there home. Great set up and easy to navigate around.
Great home to a historically great team. Shame it's like been ruined by money.
Great stadium, friendly helpful staff/stewards and plenty available to ask for directions etc. Here for the rugby magic weekend and a great atmosphere bot in the stadium and outside. Plenty of bars inside with plenty of bar staff so getting a drink is no problem.
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