Tim Krul


One lucky Newcastle United fan will be welcoming a Magpies player to their home this summer as part of a series of competitions to reward season ticket holders.

All supporters who have renewed for next season and anyone who purchases a season ticket by Sunday (3rd August) will automatically be entered and will have their season ticket delivered in person by a member of United's first team.

The winner will be notified during the week commencing Monday, 4th August.

A Newcastle United season ticket is the only way to guarantee a seat at every home game, including the visit of champions Manchester City on the season's opening day in August and the Tyne-Wear derby, which has been provisionally scheduled for Saturday, 20th December.

To make it easier for supporters to enjoy watching their team, several payment options are available in addition to a new seven-year direct debit scheme, allowing supporters to spread the cost of their ticket across the season.

There are no interest charges or fees associated with this offer and supporters can opt-out of this scheme every year should they no longer wish to have their ticket.

Newcastle United's famous family enclosure, the largest of its kind in Europe, will open its doors again for the 2014/15 season, with ticket prices starting from just £470 for an adult and child ticket combined.

At less than £25 per game for two people, the family enclosure offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for adults and children under the age of 18.

Those aged 14 and over are able to attend the games alone, at a cost of just over £5 per game.

Adult tickets in the family enclosure start at just £365 and can be bought alongside an unlimited amount of junior tickets, meaning the area is open to parties of all sizes.

Earlier this year the Club announced a brand new 18-21 ticket. These tickets, which can be bought in any category 3 area, are now on sale to supporters within this age range priced from just £300.

Students and senior citizen tickets are also still available, with prices starting from £300 for students and £400 for senior citizens.

Standard adult season tickets start from just £500 and a full price list and stadium availability plan can be found by clicking here.