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Tickets for Tottenham sold out

Tickets are now sold out for Newcastle United's next home game - and the beginning of a new era for the Magpies - against Tottenham Hotspur.

England captain Harry Kane and his Tottenham team-mates come to St. James' Park for a 4.30pm (BST) kick-off on Sunday, 17th October, and tickets for the category A game initially went on sale to Members last month before going on online general sale and then being released for full general sale - including telephone bookings - on Monday.

And, amid a hugely exciting week for the club, the final remaining seats - including a limited number of hospitality tickets - sold out on Friday morning.

Tickets for the following home game, against Chelsea on Saturday, 30th October (kick-off 3pm BST) are still on sale here.

Adult and junior memberships can be bought online to guarantee priority for future home games.

Tickets can be printed at home - which is the preferred method - but where this is not possible, paper tickets will be sent out.

Supporters should only attend the fixture if they are free of any Covid-19 symptoms, and are also encouraged to maintain good hand hygiene and wear face coverings in crowded areas unless exempt. To purchase tickets, visit book.nufc.co.uk.

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