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John Carver giving Rafa transfer advice is like me giving James Bond pick-up tips #nufc https://t.co/0JO5CfjiSB
PRE-SEASON: An 'at a glance' guide to where you can watch the Magpies this summer. 👉�https://t.co/pOmCksnXjwjwhttps://t.co/2VttjUXoSFSF
PRE-SEASON: An 'at a glance' guide to where you can watch the Magpies this summer. 👉�https://t.co/pOmCksnXjwjwhttps://t.co/2VttjUXoSFSF
#NUFC LIVE: United midfielder shows off his free-style skills https://t.co/CJTkHhtLoG
#NewcastleUnited's #YasinBenElMhanni, who is from the area around #GrenfellTower, says he gathered donations to... https://t.co/TMlhXibD18
How some of Newcastle United players could be told to train with reserves https://t.co/VT9370K4fa #nufc #toonarmy
#NewcastleUtd #ToonArmy #Toon #NUFC Newcastle player Yasin Ben El Mhanni ran to Grenf.. https://t.co/Nj53o8rdmR pic.twitter.com/dHU0jlsGmY
Newcastle United have attempted to hijack Tammy Abraham’s transfer to Swansea City, according to the Telegraph #NUFC pic.twitter.com/7dAYP11RRj
Newcastle United news and transfer rumours LIVE: Newcastle in talks ahead of deals for Lejeune and… https://t.co/rEZTseoE8W #NewcastleUnited
chroniclelive​.co​.uk >> Newcastle United preparing to send out Adam Armstrong on loan again https://t.co/KaZQFhpHEK
Mail Online worrying Katie Hopkins hasn't talked shite for a few hours so they're scaremongering NUFC fans. Belt up.
Would you welcome safe standing at St. James Park? /wallace
PRE-SEASON AT A GLANCE An 'at a glance' guide to where you can watch the Magpies this summer... 👉🏽 https://www.nufc.co.uk/news/latest-news/pre-season-201718-at-a-glance #NUFC #125YearsUnited
Former Newcastle United Captain Scott Parker has retired from football. Excellent CM who always give his all, was a shame he left Newcastle so soon. Enjoy your retirement and good luck with your future lad! 👏🏻 ToonThomas
Time for action?
Let's keep sharing & fill Facebook with this beautiful smile. To let Bradley and his family know they are in our thoughts. The nations little soldier is deteriorating xx💔💔

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Football Club Background and History

Football Club and Management: Newcastle United FC

Club Contact Details: St James' Park, Strawberry Place, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4ST.
Telephone: 0844 372 1892

Club Nicknames: The club's nicknames include "The Magpies," after their black and white home shirts; "Geordies" reflecting the regional name given to people from Tyneside, or "The Toon" or "Toon Army" which originates from the Geordie pronunciation of the word 'Town.'

Honours

Honours Newcastle United F.C.

What have they won?
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Ground
St James' Park
Capacity
52,405
Chairman
Mike Ashley, Derek Llambias
Manager
Rafael Benitez
League
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Location: The club is based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear in the North-East of England.

Football League: Newcastle United FC

Newcastle United currently play in the English Football League Championship in England

History of Football: Newcastle United FC

Origins: The origin of Newcastle United Football Club itself can be traced back to essentially three local teams. The first was formed by the Stanley Cricket Club of Byker in 1881 and renamed Newcastle East End F.C. in 1882. A second local side – Newcastle Rangers – which had been formed in 1878 and first played in Gateshead, had then moved across the Tyne taking over an enclosed ground close to Leazes Terrace in 1880. This ground was referred to thereafter as St James Park.

In August 1882, a third club – Newcastle West End F.C. – was formed by West End Cricket Club which moved into St James' Park in 1886. Newcastle West End F.C. eventually merged with Newcastle East End F.C. taking over the lease on St James’ Park in 1892. In recognition of the merger the newly-unified club changed its name to Newcastle United the same year (though not legally recognised until 1895). 

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A look at different football matches and league fixtures featuring Newcastle United throughout the history of soccer, highlighting key players, managers and football facts. 

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