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Football supporters are being asked not to visit Premier League stadiums during home and away matchdays in order to protect themselves and others during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 2019/20 Premier League season is set to resume from Wednesday 17th June - almost 14 weeks after all matches were postponed in response to the global health emergency caused by the spread of Covid-19.

With government restrictions still in place aimed at stopping the spread of the virus, all matches will take place behind closed doors.

The Magpies will return to action against Sheffield United at St. James’ Park on Sunday 21st June (2pm UK), with only players, officials, essential personnel and a small number of media representatives in attendance.

In order to protect everyone at stadiums and the wider public, the club is asking all fans to follow official guidance and to stay safe by supporting the team from home.

Supporters should not visit grounds under any circumstances.

All remaining Newcastle United fixtures this season will be televised live in the UK, with a range of broadcast, print and digital titles - including club channels - also reporting on the action.

Read the Premier League's official Restart Guide

A perimeter will also be in place around St. James’ Park to ensure only accredited individuals can gain entry and to protect the integrity of relevant testing environments.

The club is continuing to work with a number of partners including the Premier League, Newcastle City Council and the police as part of a detailed restart plan.

Newcastle United thanks all fans and partner organisations for their support and cooperation.

The thoughts of everyone at the club remain with everyone affected by coronavirus.

For the latest official guidance, please visit gov.uk/coronavirus.

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