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Magpies' 2022/23 squad numbers confirmed

Written by Tom Easterby

Newcastle United have revealed their squad numbers for the 2022/23 Premier League campaign ahead of Saturday's big kick-off against Nottingham Forest.

Summer signings Nick Pope, Sven Botman and Matt Targett have all been allocated their numbers for their first full season with the Magpies, while January arrival Kieran Trippier - who wore number 15 last term - has been given the number two shirt.

Goalkeeper Pope will wear the number 22, while centre back Botman has been handed the number four and Targett will take 13 - the number the former Aston Villa full back wore during his half-season loan spell at St. James' Park in 2021/22.

England full back Trippier, meanwhile, will wear the number two previously allocated to Ciaran Clark, who has joined Sheffield United on loan for the whole campaign.

Elsewhere, midfielder Matty Longstaff - who spent time out on loan at Aberdeen and Mansfield Town last term - has been given number 27, while Elliot Anderson, who fired Bristol Rovers to promotion from League Two in May, is United's number 32.

Kell Watts is number 31 after returning from a successful loan stint at Wigan Athletic, but the remainder of Newcastle's first team squad numbers remain unchanged from 2022/23.

That means Callum Wilson retains the famous number nine shirt, with Joelinton again wearing seven and Martin Dúbravka in the number one jersey. The popular Bruno Guimarães' favoured number 39 will also be on his back again this season.

1 Martin Dúbravka
2 Kieran Trippier
3 Paul Dummett
4 Sven Botman
5 Fabian Schär
6 Jamaal Lascelles
7 Joelinton
8 Jonjo Shelvey
9 Callum Wilson
10 Allan Saint-Maximin
11 Matt Ritchie
12 Jamal Lewis
13 Matt Targett
17 Emil Krafth
18 Federico Fernández
19 Javier Manquillo
20 Chris Wood
21 Ryan Fraser
22 Nick Pope
23 Jacob Murphy
24 Miguel Almirón
26 Karl Darlow
27 Matty Longstaff
28 Joe Willock
29 Mark Gillespie
31 Kell Watts
32 Elliot Anderson
33 Dan Burn
36 Sean Longstaff
39 Bruno Guimarães

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