GATESHEAD v NEWCASTLE UNITED
– Gateshead v Newcastle United, Gateshead International Stadium –
– Friday 10th July, kick-off 8pm –
Tickets for Newcastle United’s opening pre-season fixture at local neighbours Gateshead FC will be available to buy from 10am today (Wednesday 1st July).
United supporters have been allocated the North, South and East stands for the fixture at the International Stadium and with demand anticipated to be high, tickets for these stands only have been transferred to the Newcastle United box office, where they will be on general sale.
Tickets are priced at £15 for adults, £10 for over-60s, £8 for students and ages 16-17 and £3 for under-15s. Supporters are asked to note that the match will be ticket-only with allocated seating and that under-15s must be accompanied by an adult.
St. James’ Park box office opening hours:
• Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm
• Saturday, 9am – 4pm (in person and online only)
Please note that the final posting of NUFC tickets will be on Tuesday 7 July.
Requests for wheelchair and carer tickets should be made via Gateshead Council on 0191 433 5704. There is limited space available on a first come, first served basis.
Gateshead supporters will be seated in the Tyne and Wear stand and tickets for this area will be available from the International Stadium only at the following times
• Wednesday 1st July, 4pm – 8pm
• Thursday 2nd July, 4pm – 8pm
• Friday 3rd July, 4pm – 8pm
• Saturday 4th July, 2:30pm – 5pm
Gateshead season tickets will also be available for collection at the above dates and times.
As this is an all-ticket fixture, Gateshead season ticket holders must collect both season and match tickets at the same time. Admission to the match by season ticket only will not be permitted. FLEX 15 tickets do not qualify for free entry to this fixture.
Please note that GFC tickets cannot be purchased by phone or online from the International Stadium.
Commenting on the fixture, Gateshead chairman, Graham Wood said: “Newcastle United sending their first team to Gateshead is a sign of the growing cooperation between the two clubs.
“I’ve been in discussion with Lee Charnley for several months now on how we might work together to our club’s mutual benefit and this fixture can be seen as the launch of what we hope will be a long and fruitful partnership.
“The last time Newcastle sent their first team to Gateshead we had a full house of 11,750. It would be great to see the same again”.