Fans To Stay After The Game Tomorrow And CELEBRATE

Those going to our final game of the Championship season against Barnsley tomorrow afternoon at St. James’ Park should plan to stay after the final whistle and celebrate.

We know that’s true because Newcastle have just issued a message on their website saying that.


It’s been a great season for our club and we are already promoted back to the promised land – the Premier League for next season – back with the big boys.

We guarantee tomorrow will be different for fans than last year
Things have changed big time

Newcastle United have issued this message on their web-site today:

Newcastle United go into Sunday’s match against Barnsley with a chance of lifting the Sky Bet Championship trophy in front of a packed St. James’ Park.

Should the Magpies better Brighton’s result away at Aston Villa, Rafa Benítez’s side will leapfrog the Seagulls to finish the 2016/17 season as league winners.

Whatever happens, supporters are being asked to remain in their seats after the full-time whistle to celebrate a successful season with Rafa Benítez and the players.

With the Magpies guaranteed an automatic promotion spot already, there will be a presentation by the EFL on the pitch of either a first or second-placed trophy before a lap of honour.

Supporters are urged not to enter the field at any point on matchday, including immediately after the full-time whistle and during post-match celebrations.

Tickets are completely sold out for the final match of the campaign but fans can listen live by signing in for free at or follow live updates on Twitter at

Kick-off at St. James’ Park is at 12pm (BST).

Those at the match tomorrow enjoy it and if you need any reason to do that just think how terrible things have been in the previous three seasons.

But now we have Rafa Benitez at the club and big things are in store for Newcastle United in the future.

That’s a lot to celebrate and we may even win the game and even the Championship title tomorrow afternoon too!

And that’s in addition to already being promoted.

🙂 🙂 🙂

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