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Get your Chelsea programme ahead of Saturday's game at St. James'

Newcastle United's award-winning matchday programme, UNITED, is back for the 2020/21 Premier League season.

And supporters can still subscribe for the season to receive their programme before every home game*, including Saturday's match against Chelsea. 

For the final six home matches of last season, the club produced its first ever digital-only programme, allowing supporters to read for free on their smartphone, tablet or computer.

But by popular demand, the Magpies are producing a limited-run subscription matchday programme delivered to fans' doors for the current season.

Saturday's programme is on sale now and is available here, priced at £3.50 plus postage (£5.25 inclusive), while subscriptions covering the whole season - priced at £95 including postage - are available here.

UNITED is packed with 84 pages of exclusive interviews and features, plus regular columns from head coach Steve Bruce and captain Jamaal Lascelles.

Jacob Murphy is the star of Saturday's edition, with the boyhood Magpies supporter explaining how he has fought his way back into first team contention in a revealing interview, while skipper Lascelles answers supporters' questions in Zoom Army and ex-midfielder Kevin Dillon - now working as a scout for the Scottish FA - chats to us about his time at St. James' Park.

One of Dillon's old haunts takes centre stage for this week's Lost Grounds feature - Reading's Elm Park, while elsewhere, club historian Paul Joannou looks back at some of the Magpies' early forays into the FA Youth Cup, with United's current under-18s set to kick off their campaign very soon.

We find out a little bit more about South African defender Brad Cross, who arrived at the Magpies' Academy recently and, after a busy fortnight on the international front, we take a look at how all of the United players who've been in action have fared.

Due to the Covid-19 guidelines issued to clubs, programmes will not be available to buy around the ground on a matchday, but the Magpies are launching a new subscription service which will mean UNITED is posted out on the day of each game*.

Each programme will be for a limited print run only and will be produced in conjunction with the club's programme partners Curtis Sport on a schedule that allows them to arrive before kick-off*.

Overseas supporters will also be able to order copies but these will attract increased postage charges and delivery will not be guaranteed before matchday.

Copies of UNITED will also be available to buy in the Club Store at St. James' Park after each game, subject to availability. A limited number of programmes from the Magpies' league and cup games so far this season are available online here

* We will make every effort to get your programme to you in time for each game. We cannot, however, guarantee delivery by matchday due to the Covid-19 pandemic and Royal Mail scheduling.

Order your copy of the Newcastle United v Chelsea programme here

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