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Spurs tickets sold out

Tickets for Newcastle United’s first ever game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are now sold out.

Steve Bruce's side take on the Champions League finalists at their new home at White Hart Lane on Sunday, 25th August, with kick-off set for 4.30pm in North London.

The final few seats of United's maximum allocation of 3,000 sold on Wednesday morning, meaning Newcastle have sold out both of their first two away games of the season.

Supporters are advised that, due to major railway upgrade work taking place on the East Coast rail route on the day of the game, there will be no trains south of Peterborough, and trains will be diverted between Doncaster and Peterborough. Buses will be running between Peterborough and Bedford for connecting services to and from London.

Alternative routes will be extremely busy, and fans should book a seat otherwise they may have to stand for their journey.

For the return journey, given the late finish on the Sunday and the extended journey times, it will make it extremely unlikely that fans would make the last train from Peterborough north after the game.

For those staying overnight, there will be a reduced train service on Monday, 26th August.

To purchase tickets for future games, please visit book.nufc.co.uk, call 0344 372 1892 or visit the St. James' Park Box Office (Milburn Stand) in person.

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