Something for every sports fan - indulge your sporting passion with our wide range of experiences at all the best UK's and Worldwide sporting events.
Packaged to make your experience complete we first of all make sure you get there and then have somewhere great to stay.
As official travel partner to most of the biggest and best sporting clubs & events, you'll have peace of mind that the ticket in your hand is official. (*where included)
|Newcastle United v AFC Bournemouth||£139.00||10/11/18||15:00|
|Newcastle United v West Ham United||£139.00||01/12/18||15:00|
|Newcastle United v Wolverhampton Wanderers||£119.00||09/12/18||16:00|
|Newcastle United v Fulham||£119.00||22/12/18||15:00|
|Newcastle United v Manchester United||£169.00||02/01/19||20:00|
|Newcastle United v Cardiff City||£119.00||19/01/19||15:00|
|Newcastle United v Manchester City||£169.00||29/01/19||20:00|
|Newcastle United v Huddersfield Town||£119.00||23/02/19||15:00|
|Newcastle United v Burnley||£139.00||27/02/19||19:45|
|Newcastle United v Everton||£139.00||09/03/19||15:00|
|Newcastle United v Crystal Palace||£139.00||06/04/19||15:00|
|Newcastle United v Southampton||£119.00||20/04/19||15:00|
|Newcastle United v Liverpool||£179.00||04/05/19||15:00|
Your official ticket will offer some of the best views and atmosphere at the famous St James’s Park stadium.
Your exclusive Newcastle match ticket and hotel break includes a relaxing night in one of Newcastle’s most comfortable hotels.
The premier northeast club
Newcastle is a one club city, with St James’ Park set in the centre of town, so football is part of the fabric and contributes to a unique buzz.
Long before Geordie Shore, a night on the Toon was renowned the length of the country as something to enjoy at least once in a lifetime.
Especially with Sunderland and Middlesborough going down, Newcastle is the northeast’s best and only place to experience the Premier League.
Newcastle top attractions
The place to head for dining out with over 40 places to eat including Italian, Indian, Turkish and Thai.
Opened in 1928 by King George V, The Tyne Bridge has become Newcastle’s premier landmark.
Newcastle’s reputation for a great night out doesn’t disappoint.
Built by Henry II, The Castle Keep is now a Grade 1 listed building and a great example of a Norman Keep.
Located in nearby Gateshead, The Angel of the North is as tall as 4 double decker buses.
Seals, otters, clownfish, seahorses and even monkeys can be found at the Blue Reef Aquarium.
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