By Anthony Marshall - Newcastle United Club Reporter
Newcastle United will become one of the first Premier League clubs to use FANCAM during Saturday's fixture against Tottenham Hotspur.
FANCAM is a 20,000 megapixel image that is taken of the crowd at the live event, which fans can then find themselves in 24 hours after the match.
A 360-degree, high-definition image will be taken from pitchside during the game against Spurs. From Sunday afternoon, supporters will be able to 'step inside' the image and look around, as if they were standing on the pitch for a frozen moment of time during the game.
They will be able to find themselves and friends and tag the photo to share across Facebook, Twitter and email.
To visit the FANCAM image on Sunday, or to get a notification of when it will go live, simply click here.